Calle Marina, San Juan, 00901, Puerto Rico
Calle Marina San Juan PR
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Ivan P.M. said 4 years ago
Usual cruise port. Pretty clean, well kept. Some tourist trap shops. Nice view of the city from your ship.
Scott Mitchell said 4 years ago
Used this port for our Carnival cruise. Very efficient to board the ship, took about 15-20 minutes. We were able to board the ship, unpack and leave the ship to do a little exploring prior to the ship leaving.
Krista Moyer said 4 years ago
This was an excellent port! It wasn't just a port of t-shirts and magnets plopped in the middle of nothing. You are within a short walking distance to shops and restaurants. There's a Walgreen's located close to port to grab anything you may have forgotten when packing for the cruise.
Kenny Harris said 4 years ago
Great stop. Just walk across the street and your in Old San Juan. We had a quick walk up the streets to the fort and then explored the shops on the streets on our return walk to the ship.
Richard Velazquez said 4 years ago
Easy to walk through Old San Juan and to El Morro Fort once your cruise ship has docked. Ignore the shuttles unless you really hate walking or physically can't
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