The Final Journey Information to Puerto Rico // What to Know Earlier than You Go

The Ultimate Travel Guide to Puerto Rico // What to Know Before You Go

Journey to the Caribbean passport-free and hit up the breathtaking tropical island of Puerto Rico. This US territory is house to unimaginable seashores, centuries-old historic landmarks, and unforgettable delicacies. From the pastel-colored buildings of San Juan to the sandy seashores of Rincon, Thrillist’s acquired you coated! Observe this journey information to learn how to have the very best time in Puerto Rico.

Do you want a visa to go away the airport? What’s one of the best ways to get Wi-Fi throughout my journey? What are the bucket listing actions within the area? Any native meals you must hit? Earlier than you step on the aircraft in your trip, be sure to watch this unique Thrillist sequence to maintain your self ready, within the know, and with the fitting reservations, in fact, for an epic, stress-free journey. For every vacation spot of “What to Know Earlier than You Go,” Thrillist highlights three issues — learn how to get round, food and drinks, and what to do. Buckle up, as a result of we’re going to get you prepared for the very best time of your life!


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35 thoughts on “The Final Journey Information to Puerto Rico // What to Know Earlier than You Go

  1. Denice Carla Gordon says:

    Puerto Rico also have beautiful river's like the cristalines waters river's of lares and the gorgeous river's in Utuado this pueblo is in the center of the island and at night specially in winter times Utuado pueblito is a cold place 🇵🇷

  2. Denice Carla Gordon says:

    Nobody can make an utentic pina colada and Coquito with Puerto Rican Rum Bacardie and Don Q. Rum like in Puerto Rico and also mojito because this Drinks house in from Puerto Rico 🇵🇷 🍹🍹🍹

  3. Denice Carla Gordon says:

    Puerto Rico have more places to visit lile the Arecibo radio telescope is one of the biggest radio telescope in the World. but also tbe island offers you an Amazing experience visit the country side of the island including los banos de coamo is a minerals water that in natural bamos that India's in the island and the Spanish Conquistadors was using for cure their body pains like arthritis and sone other's health problems and for having a good relaxing time. The island have more yummy good food to eat is no only Pork and candies like coconuts vandies, dulce de leche, pasta de Guayaba with queso blanco de el pais, also you need to eat Arroz con dulce and Guallaba pastelillitos, and tornillos pastries rellenos de cream cheese in Xpa style and you need eat the Turrones candies in Spanish style almonds amd albellanas candies they eat turrones candies in Christmas time too but in Luquillo you can found all this and also you need to eat other Puerto Rican good food like Pastelon and mofongo too and salmorejo de mariscos with fried platanos and much more good food like pionones too autentic. Puerto Rican Arroz con pollo and. Asopao too and Arroz megro with calamares wow Puerto Rican have more food than pork like lengua de baca mechada yummy so good also blood morsillas Puerto Rican Enpanas, papas rellena, Alcapurrias, bacalaitos yummy you need to visit in Puerto Rico like the country mountains side of the islsnd and Bayamon, Carolina Santurce, Guayama, Rio Piedras, Ponce, Canobanas this are some of tbe Puerto Rican big cities in the Island


  4. ila stark says:

    Thanks for the video- but really.. did you do any research on how to pronounce names in Spanish?? Cause you messed up royally on pronouncing 99.9% of the names wtf?????

  5. JM- Handyman says:

    Great video, there are a lot of opportunities in business too, so come and explore your island, and Yes ! We are proudly part of the great nation of the United States! 🇺🇸🇵🇷

  6. Florencia Alfano says:

    Horrible tips, super bad research, illustration mistakes, Incomplete, I would bet my life that these people have never set foot on Puerto Rico, expedia should remove the sponsorship to the production company 🤦‍♂️

  7. DeathAngel says:

    i've been to that rain-forest, a lizard jumped on my dads head and hitchhiked on him for 1/2 mile. i also swam under a waterfall there. on our way there, on the road we met a guy selling the best and freshest bananas ever.

    you also forgot to mention the tons of beautiful iguanas and coqui everywhere.

  8. Pedro Mendez says:

    As a born and raised Puertorican the only thing I would NEVER recommend is taking the bus. Public transport is not as good as it’s stated here. The spots are great but you forgot to mention the Arecibo Observatory for scifi and film fans ( James Bond’s Goldeneye was filmed there among others) The Camuy Caverns and the Bioluminescent bays in the Parguera and Vieques . As for the rest you guys were spot on Just don’t take the bus…. or any public transport.

  9. abmindprof says:

    I love PR, but please, make a little little little effort at getting at least some of the pronunciations a bit less appalling. It's not like Spanish is this exotic language you can't really locate a speaker of.

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