The capital of Puerto Rico, San Juan is known for its stunning harbor, colonial history and vibrant culture. The combination of Caribbean, African, Spanish, Taíno and American influences makes San Juan a unique destination.
A tropical destination, April to November is the rainiest period in San Juan. The winter offers cooler temperatures with lower chances of rain. The island’s patron saint is celebrated in June, with Noche de San Juan Bautista (St. John’s Eve) featuring religious processions, concerts and beach parties. Visit from December to January to experience one of the longest Christmas seasons in the world, ending with the Festival de la Calle de San Sebastián (San Sebastian Street Festival) in late January. In the summer, enjoy the Congreso Mundial de la Salsa (World Salsa Congress).