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Questions related to San Juan, Puerto Rico Cruises

There are over 400 weekly flights to Puerto Rico from major cities all over the U.S. and most of them land in San Juan’s Luis Muñoz Marin Airport — the largest airport in the Caribbean. More than 20 different commercial airlines fly in and out of San...
If you’re taking a Southern Caribbean cruise from San Juan, you may want to extend your stay to experience all the island has to offer — or at least get in the day before your sailing’s departure. San Juan hotels offer a wide variety of options to fi...
You have plenty of options when it comes to transportation within the city. By Taxi: Finding a taxi is easy. They’re often found outside the main exits of tourist attractions, the front doors of hotels and at the cruise ship pier. Trips around San Ju...
If you want to explore sites and towns outside of the San Juan metro area, or if you'll be staying in more than one town during your visit, then renting a car is a good idea. If your visit is short or you mostly want to stay in San Juan, then you can...
U.S. Citizens are not required to bring a passport to be granted entrance in Puerto Rico, and don’t need to go through U.S. customs at the airport.
U.S. phone plans work in Puerto Rico. You’ll also find Wi-Fi available at most hotels around the island.
Puerto Rico is a territory of the United States and uses the U.S. dollar. The official languages are Spanish and English. You may come across people who speak a mixture of both, or “Spanglish.”

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