Go back in history and roam through the fascinating streets of Old San Juan and learn about the heritage. The first stop will be at the oldest Spanish fort in the New World – Fort San Felipe Del Morro built in 1539. Then you’ll stop at Castillo de San Cristobal and spend some time exploring and learning about this fine feat of engineering. This is a tour you definitely won’t want to miss out on, especially for you history lovers!
Continue reading more about this tour and what it has to offer here: https://www.carnival.com/shore-excursions/san-juan/fortresses-of-old-san-juan-427033
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