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Top 10 places for travel & vacation in Puerto Rico.

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1.San Juan
San Juan is the capital and the largest city of Puerto Rico. There are many hotels, museums, restaurants, beaches and historical places in the city. The main attractions include: Old San Juan, Ocean Park, Isla Verde, Condado and the Castle of San Cristobal. The places and monuments emphasized in the tourist campaigns consist of the Old San Juan, which spreads the historical nature of its colonial buildings and narrow streets, covered with blue stones extracted from the furnace scale; they were brought as ballast on Spanish ships. This includes the city's ancient defensive wall and forts, in particular El Morro and the Castle of San Cristobal: on January 23, 1984, they were listed in the catalog of the cultural heritage of mankind. Numerous restaurants and galleries are a success among visitors.

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2.Cayo Icacos
Cayo Icacos island or reef off the northeast coast of Fajardo in Puerto Rico. The small island is part of the Natural Reserve of the Keys of Cordillera and is under the jurisdiction of the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environmental Protection of Puerto Rico. This is a popular place for scuba diving, they also practice a variety of sports and recreational activities.
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3.Caja de Muertos
Caja de Muertos is a small island, uninhabited, 8 km from the south coast of Puerto Rico. The Planning Council of Puerto Rico has designated the island as a natural reserve. The island is home to five beaches: Playa Pelicano, Playa Ensenadita, Playa Larga, Playa Coast Guard and Playa Chica.
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4.Casa Bacardí
Casa Bacardi is the home in which you can plunge into the history of the production of one of the most popular alcoholic beverages in the world in Puerto Rico. The Bacardi family invested over $ 7 million in it. During free tours you can visit the production of rum and try it, there are also many souvenir shops.

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5.El Yunque National Forest
El Yunque National Forest is a national park in Puerto Rico. The park is surrounded by waterfalls. There are about 225 species of trees, 100 species of ferns and 50 species of orchids. Due to its biological diversity was placed on the list of world heritage of biosphere reserves.

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6.Flamenco
Flamenco is a popular beach on the island of Culebra in Puerto Rico. Known for its small turquoise waters and white sand. Great for camping, and scuba diving. In 2014 the beach received an award from Tripadvisor as the 3 best beach in the world. On the beach you can see the Sherman tanks that were left here by the US Army in 1975 (tanks are rusty and do not pose any threat).

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7.Arecibo Observatory
Arecibo Observatory is an observatory located near the city of Arecibo in Puerto Rico, on whose radio telescope the first discovery of an exoplanet was made. The center was listed on the National Register of Historic Places of the United States (NRHP) 2008.
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8.La Fortaleza
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La Fortaleza - is the official residence of the Governor in Puerto Rico. Also called the Palacio de Santa Catalina was built from 1533 to 1540, in San Juan. This is the oldest residence in the New World and UNESCO World Heritage.
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9.Castillo San Felipe del Morro
Castillo San Felipe del Morro - a fortress located on a rocky promontory near the capital of San Juan, to protect the city from the sea. This is one of the most important monuments of the Old Town. Currently, El Morro is one of the main tourist attractions of Puerto Rico, with exhibits from articles of the colonization period used by the Spaniards, Indians and Africans. Other exhibitions show models of ships, as well as historical data of that time. Tourists and visitors enjoy flying kites (kites) around the castle. Annually about two million visitors explore this fortress.

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10.Cemeterio Municipal Historico
Cemeterio Municipal Historico - a cemetery of great historical and artistic significance in Puerto Rico. His architect was Ricardo Marcos Bausá. It will be interesting for true connoisseurs of architectural art.
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