From locals to tourist, this street is full of people from all over the word. Also, great shops to check out an buy local food, souvenirs, etc.
Fortaleza street and other East/West streets were very crowded due to ships being in port in Old San Juan. All the shops are purely geared to cruise ship passengers and tourists. Lots of small restaurants if you're ok with crowds. Avoid using Fortaleza to get from one point to another, lots of nearby streets to help you do that.
This street in located in Old San Juan. Stayed at the Airport Hotel, took a taxi outside the Hotel, and it was about 15 mins from the Airport. Cos about $20-$22. Not bad. Take comfy shoes
We walked all over the Old Town between 6am and 7am, windowshopping and bird-watching. The cobblestone streets are empty and quiet, and the buildings are beautiful in this neighbrhood. You have to take your own coffee, though, b/c nothing is open before 9am in the autumn!
The main street in old San Jaun. Lots of clothing, jewelery,hand bag,beach wear. Also has a few great cigar stores mainly The Doll House. Numerous restaurant,bars and bistros. A great street to spend a day.
This is one of the main shopping streets in Old San Juan. You have everything from tacky gift stores to high end jewelry shops. This area gets very busy when the cruise ships are in port.
Got stuck on a not-so-helpful bus tour earlier in the day, so missed some of this. What an adorable spot! Little shops with local stuff (and not-so-local; be sure to read/ask where it's made if you want items made in Puerto Rico). Walkable, but narrow sidewalks and streets. Watch when you cross!
Lots of jewelry stores, art and craft store, a few cigar stores and lounges. May be able to barter a little if you can compare prices or use some cash.