We loved the area, with quaint shops and restaurants nearby. El Yunque Rainforest was also nearby, and ended up being our favorite spot.
Cities near Rio Grande
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- 3Puerto Rico103 reviews
Old San Juan, with its cobblestone streets, is very nice to walk around and get a feel for the people and culture of Puerto Rico.
- 4Puerto Rico8 reviews
nice city to live in
- 5Puerto Rico9 reviews
Home to the ferry service to Vieques and Culebra, this port town has some very good local cuisine, especially the seafood. Be careful when eating at the many roadside stands as some are less than spic and span, look for one that has a crowd of people or cars. Fajardo is also home to the El Conquistador, a great resort.
- 6Puerto Rico3 reviews
Miss Zamora There is Poverty in The Bronx in many parts Such as Detroit,Chicago we are not different but we have the best beach areas and Culture ,Restaurants and we are still Americans Citizen and Puerto Rico is a Territory of USA . Welcome my Fellows Americans www.homeaway.com/194617 everyone welcome . Book early . Get a Discount. See you soon ...
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Caguas is known as "La Ciudad Del Turabo" (Turabo city), "La Ciudad Criolla" (criole city) and "El Corazón de Boriquén" (Boriquén's heart). Caguas was founded in January 1st, 1775. Originally called San Sebastián del Piñal de Caguax , Caguas derives its name from a local Indian chief (Caguax) who was an early Christian convert. It is the town I was ...
- 10Puerto Rico2 reviews
Lived there for 6 years, loved it.
- 11Puerto Rico1 review
This is supposed to be the oldest tree. somewhere dated in teh bC's/ I think.
- 12Puerto Rico2 reviews
Very poor area of San Juan. Seemed unsafe, but the vibe of city life can be heard through live music and the hustle of merchandise.
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- 14Puerto Rico13 reviews
My husband and I rented a house on the island for our honeymoon last year (Casa de Playa). It was perfect and the home owner was amazing. Each beach is unique its own way, allowing you to see a different one each day or to find the perfect one for you. You rarely ever see more than six people on ...
- 15Puerto Rico16 reviews
See Vieques note. Culebra is even less developed. Flamenco Beach is its crown jewel, a breathtaking mile-long arc of pale sand.
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Vieques is ridiculously amazing- somewhere between Jurassic park and The Beach. The island is small but there is a ton to do- my husband and I stayed for 5 days and didn't get bored! Definitely rent a car- the most amazing beaches are on dirt roads away from the 2 towns (Esperanza and Isabel 2) and taxis are scarce.
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- 18Puerto Rico1 review
Nice town in puerto rico it has many places to eat PR food en guavate
- 19Puerto Rico5 reviews
Really great beach on one of the islands that belong to Puerto Rico on the east part. You will need to verify the schedule of ferry boats taking you from Fajardo. It is worth to go early in the morning and come back late in the afternoon. Perfect for a one-day trip.
- 20Puerto Rico4 reviews