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Make the most of your getaway with these recommendations. Spend time admiring nature or soaking up the sun. Go dancing to some of the most sensual rhythms in the world. Pack your bags, take your loved one by the hand, and let the island enchant you. Here are some suggestions on how to spend four days of romance exploring Puerto Rico.


Hice mi primer recorrido del Morro con mi amiga sara!

25 best things to do in puerto rico & places to visit

No debes tener que gastar mucho dinero para gozar y salir de tu rutina. I went and it was an amazing experience — not only a great way to change your weeknight routine, but an opportunity to be part of an interactive audience and laugh! Call for reservations.

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Because when you give your time, you are giving a portion of your life that you will never get back. I love active and challenging dates! Just an FYI. Hi Maria!

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Here are some of my favorite cheap date ideas in the San Juan area…. En los fines de semana, me encanta pasear por los mercados de San Juan.

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One of the best things about living in or visiting San Juan, Puerto Rico, is the amount of activities that are cheap or even free! Me encanta salir y ser activo. You can access the pool for free, and enjoy a drink or an appetizer depending on restaurant hours. here! Eso fue una de las primeras citas que tuve con mi novio. Having fun and getting out of your routine does not need to break the bank. There are more than 10 different types of restaurants at Lote 23 surrounding the central picnic table seating, making it the perfect place for an outdoor date.

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One of the first dates my boyfriend and I went on was this bike ride. Maria May 2, at pm Reply. There is a nice, paved green bike trail that runs from Condado to Old San Juan.

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Thanks for all the great tips! Exploring the many outdoor and indoor markets of San Juan is a great way to pass a weekend day! I did my first El Morro tour on a friend date love you Sarita!

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The art is changing every day, and it is a great free activity to do on a beautiful day when you are looking to spend little money. Loading Comments Required Name Required Website.

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We did a self-guided walking tour and explored the gorgeous historical landmark for the afternoon. There is so much street art in the San Juan neighborhood Santurce. On a breezy day, head to Old San Juan for a cheap, active date. Prior, there was no cost.

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If you do choose to purchase something, you can often find cheap food and drinks, flowers, art, and my favorite of all…. In English One of the best things about living in or visiting San Juan, Puerto Rico, is the amount of activities that are cheap or even free!

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Hay opciones bajo costo si te interesa comprar comida, bebidas, flores, arte, y muchas veces hay muestras de alimentos! You can about the art here. I highly recommend understanding spanish to enjoy this show. Cada martes a las 8 de la noche, puedes ser parte de la programa de comedia en vivo de Raymond y Sus Amigos del canal Telemundo PR. Llama a para reservaciones. Lote 23 is a lot that was abandoned in Santurce a neighborhood of San Juan that was revitalized and made into a trendy and charming gathering spot for those seeking food, drinks, music, activities like yoga!

There are historical landmarks along the way, and beautiful coastal views!

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Full of Latin flair, colonial history, and hip locals, Puerto Rico offers endless romantic potential.


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When it comes to the best things to do in Puerto Rico, no one knows better than the people who live there.