Accommodations

A hotbed of cultural attractions, San German stands as the second oldest established city in Puerto Rico and is filled with so much to see and do that many tourists find it hard to fit it all in. The great thing about this town is that no matter where you stay, you'll be near something of importance, so whether you're interested in a private villa, generally situated to the south; or a hotel to the north, you can't go wrong. You'll be able to find a handful of standard… more…

Hotels

Comprised of two plazas and surrounded… more…

Villa Rentals

The southern part of San German, near… more…

Beaches

San German is a land-locked town known for its Spanish-Colonial architecture more so than its accessibility to beaches, but there is one great thing about this location that beachgoers who don't need to stay on the shore will love. It's position in the island is within easy reach of both the South and West coasts. These are the beaches which are protected by reefs and feature Caribbean waters, so you can expect calm, warm waters at almost any point you pick. There… more…

Restaurants

Many people who visit San German are… more…

Natural Attractions

Although San German is an important town… more…

Attractions

Outside of San Juan, San German is the… more…

Activities

After San Juan, San German is Puerto Rico's oldest and best preserved city. This makes it a great destination for sightseeing thanks to the many historic buildings and the number of cultural sites that exist. There is also a young vibrant feeling to the town thanks to the fact that a major… more…

Shopping

Aside from a few souvenir and novelty shops, San German's shopping… more…

Snorkeling

If you're looking for someone offering snorkel rentals,… more…

Weather

Puerto Rico is made up mostly of mountains with a coastal plain belt in the north. The mountains jut out to the sea on the west coast, but there are… more…

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