These are the Districts of San Juan you will visit. Stops may vary based on your preferences or time and day of the week.
- Old San Juan - the historical part of the city, home to most historic attractions, galleries and museums. This is where the tour begins and you can spend a reasonable amount of time in order to take in its charm.
- International Convention Center District - home ofthe new Convention Center, which includes a fountain that plays traditional Puerto Rican music and Occidental classical music, an outdoor caf, and the Convention Hotel & Casino. In the near-future will also include more restaurant options, shopping centers, nightlife among other forms of entertainment.
- Hato Rey - the business center, hosting the main banks, Hiram Bithorn Stadium, Roberto Clemente Coliseum, Coliseo de Puerto Rico Jos Miguel Agrelot, and Plaza las Americas, the largest shopping center in the Caribbean.
- Santurce - a historical part of Puerto Rico and the cultural capital, a trendy place to hang among locals.Has two art museums, a performing arts center, small theaters around the neighborhood and the popular Marketplace.
- Miramar - a residential area near El Condado, known for expensive and historical houses.
- El Condado - this upscale residential neighborhood is also the beach resort part of the city and has many hotels and restaurants along its main thoroughfare, Ashford Ave.
- Isla Verde - located actually in the adjacent municipality of Carolina, within the larger metro area. It is closest to the international airport and has nice beaches, hotels and parks.
- Piones - a humble and far from a fancy coastal area but very rich in culture, adjacent to Isla Verde, entering the town of Loiza. Currentlyone of the areaswhere the strongest presence of Puerto Rican African heritage is found. Famous for its traditional fritters such as "alcapurrias" and "bacalaitos" among other favorite dishes.