Plaza de Armas


One of Old San Juan's most emblematic plaza, Plaza de Armas, dates back to Spanish colonial times when it was designed as the city's main town square. To one side of the plaza, you'll find San Juan's official town hall building and on another the Puerto Rico Department of State. To better enjoy the Plaza de Armas, grab a coffee and a Puerto Rican pastry from any of the local spots and grab a sit in any of the public benches. A popular photo-op spot in the plaza is the bronze statue of famous Puerto Rican salsa composer Tito Curet Alonso.

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