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Saturday Group Events

A fun day discovering Old San Juan in a unique and fun way!

- 1:00pm pickup at Condado Vanderbilt for transfer to Old San Juan

- Drop off at Plaza Colon for 2 hours of bar hopping or independent exploring

- 3:00 Meet guides in Plaza Colon for a Scavenger Hunt through Old San Juan

- 5:00-5:30 Scavenger Hunt concludes. Stroll to Princess Cocina Cultura for dinner

- 8:00 Estimated transfer for group from Old San Juan back to the Condado Vanderbilt

Scavenger Hunt

Old San Juan has been capturing the imagination of generations. From its delicate hand painted tiles, colorful mosaics, charming plazas, and artistic sculptures there is so much to see. Yet many times we miss the most fascinating details. In this game, you will separates into teams, and are armed with a list of riddles that will lead to strategic clues, mysterious photo clips, and a map. The scavenger hunt will lead you through the cobblestone streets to see some of the details and rich history of this beloved town.

 

Along the way they find relics, monuments, cozy plazas, and UNESCO world heritage sites such as the forts, and governor’s mansion. Feel a sense of excitement as you discover the clues and learn the history behind them. Once you find each clue, you mark down where you were able to locate it on a map.

 

Two tour guides will accompany your group along the way with enchanting stories of one of the oldest cities in the New World. Our Scavenger Hunt includes clues and maps, bottled water, game coordination, and the event staff.

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Dinner @ Princesa La Concina Cultura

This restaurant is located right next to the old wall that surrounded the city of San Juan that protected it from pirate attacks and the old San Juan prison
(current headquarters of the Puerto Rico Tourism Company). Princesa Gastrobar is a freshing and open space which is surrounded by leafy trees. Princesa
Gastrobar's kitchen includes Puerto Rican specialties rescued from an old 19th-century cookbook.

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