FREE Puerto Rico Travel Guide for Food Lovers
Updated: Jun 11, 2022
In this Puerto Rico travel guide for food lovers, you’ll discover first-hand tips on what to do, how to get around, and most importantly, some incredibly delicious food you don’t want to miss in Puerto Rico.
From traditional Puerto Rican food to flavorful criolla food, Puerto Rico is a country that will reward any food lover.
This is a comprehensive, Free Travel Guide for Food Lovers so its extensive but you can read the shorter version, TOP 10 THINGS TO DO IN PUERTO RICO IN 2022.
And one more thing, many of the restaurants and attractions listed in this guide are plotted on my map of Puerto Rico.
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Arriving and Leaving
If you fly into Puerto Rico, you will likely land at the main international airport, which is officially known as Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport or also known as San Juan Airport.
There are direct flights from Miami, Fort Lauderdale, Tampa, Jacksonville, West Palm Beach, Orlando, Charlotte, Philadelphia, Hartford, Washington D.C., Baltimore, Newark, New York (JFK), Boston, Chicago (ORD), Houston, Dallas, Atlanta, Detroit, Minneapolis, Cincinnati, Raleigh-Durham, Pittsburgh, Austin, Buffalo, and St. Louis. to San Juan is usually between three to four hours.
The San Juan airport is located about 13 kilometers or 15-minutes ride from Old San Juan.
Getting From the Airport to the City
It all depends on what location you are staying in and how much baggage you have which should determine how you get from the airport to your destination... Read More
Puerto Rico Visa
United States citizens and permanent residents don't need a passport to travel to Puerto Rico or the US Virgin Islands. However, the Real ID Act will be in effect as of May 2023, so verify if your state is compliant with these laws because otherwise, you may need a passport to travel. Travelers from other countries visiting Puerto Rico have the same visa and passport requirements that would apply if visiting the mainland United States.
Puerto Rico is a popular Caribbean tourist destination and there is a full range of accommodation you can choose – all the way from budget hostels and apartment rentals to five-star boutique hotels.
In this section of this Puerto Rico travel guide, I have arranged it by popular types of accommodation and areas of town (because location is one of the most crucial factors in choosing a place to stay). And with each type of I have shared a few hotels and places to consider... Read More
Puerto Rican Food
When you think about Puerto Rico, the “Caribbean Vibes” is something that might come to mind. What I think really shapes Puerto Rican cuisine, as well as restaurants you’ll find in San Juan, is the unique blend of Spanish, African, Taino, and American influences. Indigenous seasonings and ingredients such as... Read More
Restaurants in San Juan
San Juan has a great variety of food options that include everything from local Puerto Rican family run restaurants to farm-to-table fine dining that. This travel guide was curated through the research and development phase where we visited many eateries. This list of restaurants and bars tested high on quality of food, quality of ingredients, sanitization practices, friendly staffing, originality, and consistency of excellence in overall customers relations. Like many restaurants and bars in Puerto Rico, Isla Culebra, and Isla Vieques, prices are higher than states and their menus changes almost on a daily basis due to availability and weather. However, even in dining, we all need a little luck to discover that next thing and here is a good start! . . . Read More