50 Cll Isabel, Ponce, 00730, Puerto Rico
50 Cll Isabel Ponce PR
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Jose R. Lopez said 4 years ago
This is one beautiful building. I had a good view from my hotel stay at Ponce Plaza. I had room 315 in the corner that was across the street from my room balcony. If you take a good look at one of the photos you can also see the cross on the mountain top. That's next to El Museo Serrano. Both those places are a great tour for a day activities. Tour PR, it's the best thing you can do. It's ok to visit family but you'll enjoy it more when you tour.
Jack Gruber said 4 years ago
Beautiful house. Very well kept and is fully decorated and furnished. Really gives insight and perspective to the unique and distinct history of Ponce and it's "aristocracy" in the early 20th century. Designed and occupied by a German architect, it shows a distinct side of Puerto Rican heritage. The tour was also highly informative and engaging. Highly recommend!!
Luis Sambolin said 5 years ago
Casa villaronga, is found in ponce puerto rico it belonged to a very well known Elite gentleman within high society The villaronga estate is now a beautiful museum open to the public to enjoy and look by a tour guide, it gives you a secret glimpse of how people lived during those times..
Miriam S Velazquez said 4 years ago
Es una casa centenaria histórica que es un museo. Muy bien cuidada. Tiene un mirador que se observa parte del centro de Ponce.
Carmelo De Jesus said 4 years ago
Un likdo lugar por su estructura e historia
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