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The Vibrant San Sebastian Street Festival

Amongst the cobblestone streets, restored buildings from the sixteenth and seventeenth century, and the charm of a district in Puerto Rico that has existed for more than four hundred and ninety years, tourists often loose themselves in an ocean of attractions. They come here to explore the history of Old San Juan, try their hand at the casino, take walks along the picturesque beaches and explore the noteworthy sights and attractions, such as the Plaza de San Jose, the Ponce de Leon statue, Plaza del Quinto Centenario and the Plaza de Armas. But in January, they come to take part in a tradition that is rooted in the culture of Puerto Rico, the San Sebastian Street Festival.

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The Bustling Puerto Del Ray Marina

For a wide variety of reasons the beautiful archipelago of Puerto Rico is a popular tourist destination. Situated in the northeastern Caribbean, west of the Virgin Islands and east of the Dominican Republic, the archipelago consists of the main island of Puerto Rico and a number of smaller islands and cays, most of which offer stunning sandy beaches, with the sparkling clear waters of the Caribbean Sea inviting sun-lovers to enjoy the wonders of nature. The Puerto Del Ray Marina is the largest and busiest marina in Puerto Rico as it serves as the home base for yachts and boats that ferry tourists to and from these beautiful islands.

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Venture into Puerto Rico’s Karst Country

The area south of Arecibo in Puerto Rico, known as Karst Country, consists of unusually beautiful landscape which has been shaped, and continues to be shaped, by the elements. The multitude of karst formations in Puerto Rico have come about through the carbonic acid level in the water eroding the limestone. The caves and canyons that have been formed in this way have resulted in the Karst Country cave system being the third largest in the world, many of which have not been completely explored.

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View Stunning Art Works at Estudio Cajiga

Puerto Rico has a rich cultural heritage which is very appealing to travelers, making this beautiful island a popular tourist destination. Estudio Cajiga is situated right in the heart of Old San Juan. Renowned Puerto Rican artist, Luis Cajiga, is the driving force behind this well designed art gallery which features many of his own works as well as the works of other artists.

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Visit the Grand San German de Auxerre

An hours drive out of Ponce, lies the town of San German. It is as if the entire town should be preserved in a museum, as it is filled with historical architectural masterpieces and monuments that confirm that San German is one of the oldest towns in Puerto Rico today. It was originally founded in the year 1512. After being rebuilt in 1570, following the destruction and devastation left behind by the French, it became a haven for pirates, poets, politicians and smugglers and was named in honor of King Ferdinand of Spain’s second wife, Germain de Foix. One of the noteworthy buildings of the time, that has survived, is the San German de Auxerre.

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Shopping Galore at Plaza Las Americas

All the shopaholics will be relieved to know that Puerto Rico has a mall that seems to go on for miles, has more stores than can be listed in one sentence and also ensures that children remain entertained while the adults shop. To the husband travelers this might not be such good news, but the Plaza Las Americas has ensured that there are plenty benches for those who need to rest between trying to keep up with the women.

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Snorkeling in the Waters of Cayo Afuera

Between the town of Esperanza, Puerto Rico, and Sun Bay, is a beautiful island named Vieques Island. It is known for its magnificent beaches and for the smaller islands such as Cayo Afuera that can be reached from here. Cayo Afuera is off the south coast of Vieques and is one of the attractions of the area that should be explored by water sports enthusiasts.

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Mario Morales Coliseum Honors a Legend

Located in Guaynabo, Puerto Rico the Mario Morales Coliseum is an indoor sporting arena which is mostly used for the game of basketball. This arena, with a seating capacity of 5,500 was opened in 1983 and is home to the basketball team, Guaynabo Mets. The Mario Morales Coliseum is also used for roller derby, volleyball, boxing, martial arts and music concerts.

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