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There's lots of gay life, too, from the relative quiet of Ocean Park, San Juan's upscale beach community, to the bustling Condado, famous for its casinos and nightlife.
Gay nightlife has mostly moved away, leaving one bar and a couple of gay-friendly cafes, but the beach and Ashford Avenue still offer cruising opportunities.
Since 18 is the legal drinking age in Puerto Rico, there's plenty of energy in the scene. Old San Juan, with ancient forts, and cobblestone streets, has colonial buildings harking back to a time when this was one of the busiest ports in the New World.
Boutique hotels occupy some of these historic buildings, along with a number of good restaurants, and a sprinkling of artsy-mixed-crowd bars. Music has always been an important part of Puerto Rican culture, so opportunities abound for hearing salsa, bomba, plena, seis, and reggaeton.
The small Aeropuerto Fernando L. Rivas Dominicci close to Old San Juan and Condado has charter flights and short hops to nearby islands. There are taxis waiting at both terminals. Streets are crowded, signs are confusing, and local drivers have their own style.
Bus stops are generally marked with "Parada" signs, and buses run until around 10pm. Trolley services run a circular route around the old city. When visiting bars outside the tourist zones of Old San Juan and the Condado always take a taxi there and back.
Make sure the bar is open before your taxi leaves, as the clubs in Santurce and beyond tend to open and close without much warning. Cost is 75 cents with free bus transfers. Any bus marked ATI goes to one of the stations. With a nice view along elevated sections this is a pleasant tourist ride even if you're not going anywhere in particular.
For routes, terminals and schedule information for all area transportation services above see the website of DTOP in Spanish. For an English-language transportation overview see the Legends of Puerto Rico website.
For general visitor information on the sights and activities in English, see PuertoRico. See the businesses listed below and more on our gay San Juan listings pages. Neighborhoods Old San Juan, the original walled city, has street after street of lovingly restored 16th- and 17th-century Spanish buildings.
More than have been refurbished, making this one of the prettiest colonial capitals in the Caribbean. Part of the thick city walls remain, as do two impressive forts. Old San Juan has no gay bars, but gays do patronize its many bars and clubs.
Once a bit dowdy, Condado has gotten a facelift courtesy of a couple of grand hotels and a strip of high-end retailers like Chanel and Louis Vuitton. This oceanfront neighborhood has several gay or gay-friendly bars and hotels and a noticeably gay beach scene.
Several gay-popular clubs and restaurants sit outside the main tourist districts, but you'll probably need a local friend to find them.
Quiet Ocean Park is mostly a residential neighborhood, but it has a handful of gay-owned hotels. Isla Verde is where the old-money crowd lives. For bars outside the Old San Juan and Condado tourist zones the locals advise taking a taxi to and from your hotel or guesthouse.
What to do Old San Juan and its two hulking forts are the primary destination for most visitors. Beyond San Juan, make sure to visit the rainforest of El Yunque.
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