Services are listed in alphabetical order.
Afternoon City Tour
Many groups elect to see Old San Juan in the afternoon and segue on to cocktails and an evening affair with a late return to the hotel. This is a great way to get “more bang for your buck” by minimiz-ing transfer time and cost into San Juan for little more than the cost of a basic City Tour...
Bacardi Rum Distillery Tour
Your tour carries you out to the south side of San Juan Harbor, where you will enter the beautifully manicured grounds of the Bacardí Rum Distillery, the world’s largest distiller of natural spirits.
City Tour of Old and New San Juan
See modern San Juan as you drive in air-conditioned comfort through the areas of Isla Verde, Con-dado, past Fort San Gerónimo and on into Old San Juan, one of the most beautiful old cities in the New World. You will visit Fort San Cristobal, a mainstay of the San Juan fortification system, from which the Spanish successfully de-fended their city from British and Dutch attacks as well as frequent assaults from various and sundry pirates. In addition, armed with our Map of Old San Juan, you will have time to explore some of the many interesting shops, boutiques and art galleries that have made this historic area their home.
City Tour with Bacardi Rum Distillery
Your tour first carries you out to the south side of San Juan Harbor, where you will enter the beautifully manicured grounds of the Bacardí Rum Distillery, the world’s largest distiller of natural spirits. Your next stop is old San Juan. Here you will become familiar with the geography and history of one of the most beautiful old cities in the New World.
Cooking with a World Class Chef
On Saturdays and Mondays only groups can join Wilo for a morning of classroom training kitchen exhibition in one of the most modern dream kitchens in the world. Normally closed on Saturdays and Mondays for lunch, the restaurant is theirs on a private basis through the end of their meal.
Deluxe Walking Tour of San Juan
You will first visit Fort San Cristobal where our experienced walking tour guides will meet you. Here you will receive a guided tour of this fortification that successfully defended the old city from attack by the British and Dutch in centuries gone by. Next stop is Plaza del Quincentenario - the Plaza of the Quincentennial, a celebration of the discovery of Puerto Rico. Here you and your guide will com-mence a leisurely downhill stroll through history, getting just enough off of the beaten track to make some fascinating finds that elude the ninety percent of our visitors that never leave the main streets...
Group Lunch Option in Old San Juan
The participant on a City Tour has a wide variety of lunch options to choose from, including familiar fast food outlets, various cafés and upscale restaurants. Many groups choose to give their participants cash allowances, which allows the participants to eat at their leisure and choose what sort of dining experience they would like. However, several planners opt to arrange for lunch at one of our restaurant locations.
Museum of Art of Puerto Rico and City Tour
The San Juan Art Museum opened in the spring of 2000. The exhibits feature masterpieces produced by Puerto Rico's world-class artists over the last 500 years. Puerto Rico's artistic tradition - painting, sculpture, graphics, ceramics, folk art, photography and other contemporary media - is nearly 500 years old. You will then proceed into other areas of San Juan for an overview of this wonderful city.
Photographic Treasure Hunt
If you are looking for a fun and unusual way to introduce your group participants to Old San Juan, we suggest a Photographic Treasure Hunt. Not only will your group discover the history of the second oldest settlement in the New World in an interactive way, they will also be involved in a great exercise in group dynamics!
Sample San Juan Lunch Menus
Check out these sumptious options for Group Lunches in Old San Juan
Shopping Transfers to Old San Juan
Old San Juan, a Spanish colonial city that is more than 500 years old, is a shopper’s delight! In the very heart of the most historic zone, in old restored 17th and 18th century homes are found some of the finest shops and outlets on the island.
Shopping Transfers to Plaza Las Americas
As the largest shopping center in the Caribbean., Plaza las Américas is nothing less than an institution in Puerto Rican society, going beyond being a shopping mall to an important social, cultural and artistic center. Plaza Las Américas currently positions itself as the ideal place to shop, eat and seek entertainment.
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