Tag: spanish

  • Arenas Bridge

    Puerto Rico is a beautiful country with a lot of great things to see and do and you likely already have an idea of what attractions you plan to visit whilst in the country. However, some attractions are somewhat smaller and less interesting and make a better quick stop than the focal point of the entire excursion. Such is the case with the Arenas Bridge which makes for the perfect ...

  • Casa De Espana

    If you are planning to tour San Juan in Puerto Rico, the Casa de España is definitely one place you should visit. This beautiful old building is not really open to the public on a regular basis, but certain portions of the building are available for rent and the building is often used to host events. Whatever the case, you can get a few good photos from the perimeter fence to show to friends ...

  • San German

    The second oldest city of Puerto Rico, San Germán was officially founded by the Spaniards in 1512. Known for its elegance, San Germán is brimming with wonderfully detailed Spanish architecture. In San Germán the people are proud of their heritage and this is expressed by the immaculate condition of their buildings and the long held local customs still practiced in the city. You too can ...