A quick list of seven things to keep in mind while planning your trip to the 'Isle of Enchantment'!
Puerto Rican cuisine is all about the two P's: pork and plantains. There's also a lot of rice and fried food, all of it delicious and most of it pretty un-spicy. This surprises a lot of people who are expecting something along the lines of Mexican food, with lots of peppers and hot sauce. Instead, comida criolla in Puerto Rico is all about satisfying, flavorful dishes. Here's a list of some of the common foods and drinks in Puerto Rico, and where we ate some of our favorites!
As a popular tourist destination, Puerto Rico can be a little pricey, especially if you're staying in Old San Juan (one of the most beautiful areas!) near where the cruise ships dock. But never fear! There are plenty of free and cheap things to do once you get there! Here are some of our favorites.