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Book Cheap Flights from Cleveland to San Juan

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Airports in Cleveland

The Cleveland Hopkins International Airport serves the city of Cleveland, Ohio, U.S.A. It is situated nearly 14 kilometers away from the central business district of the city. It is owned & operated by City of Cleveland and Cleveland Airport System respectively. The airport serves as a focus city for Frontier Airlines and United Airlines. It offers both passenger & cargo services to domestic as well as international destinations. Some of these destinations include Toronto, Cancun, Punta Cana, Las Vegas, New York, Dallas, Denver, and more. The airport is well connected to the city through rental cars, taxis, shuttles, limos, ride shares, and public transportations.

Explore San Juan

San Juan is the most popular tourist destination in Puerto Rico, a great central location, and the best starting point when visiting the island. San Juan is truly an all-inclusive vacation destination offering something for everyone to enjoy. San Juan is the busiest cruise port in the Caribbean, chosen as a stop by major cruise lines, giving cruisers world class attractions and rich cultural experiences that can easily be done by simply walking across the piers. Only those that choose to spend at least a few days in San Juan get to experience the full enchantment of this place. San Juan is the cultural center of Puerto Rico, celebrating countless festivals and events throughout the year. There’s always something entertaining and exciting happening in San Juan. Island residents head to the city to join the festivities.

Things to Do in San Juan

Old San Juan (San Juan Viejo)

Showcasing almost 500 years of history, the streets of Old San Juan (San Juan Viejo) are windows to the past, with historic forts and Spanish colonial architecture setting the scene. The seven-square-block area contains more than 400 beautifully restored 16th- and 17th-century colonial buildings, many of which feature shops, restaurants, museums, hotels, and other public buildings.

Castillo de San Cristóbal (Fort San Cristobal)

While El Morro gets all the fame, Castillo de San Cristóbal is equally fascinating and well worth a visit. San Cristobal is bigger than El Morro and is the largest fort the Spanish ever built in the New World. Spread over 27 acres, it features five independent units connected by moat and tunnel, each designed to be self-sufficient should the others fall. The fort was built between 1634 and 1790 to guard the eastern gate to what is today, Old San Juan. It was designed to protect against a land attack, making it quite different from El Morro, which was built to guard against attacks by sea.

San Juan Cathedral

The San Juan Cathedral, begun in 1540, is known for being one of the oldest cathedrals in the Americas and one of the oldest buildings in San Juan. The interior, with its black-and- white checkered tile floor and yellow décor is surprisingly ornate and cheery. The body of the great Spanish explorer, Ponce de Leon, has laid here in a marble tomb since 1913, and San Pio, a Roman Catholic martyr, since 1862. The cathedral still holds regular services, and tours are available.

Best Time to Fly to San Juan

The best time to visit San Juan is from mid-April to June, right after the busy winter season and just before the rainy summer. Spring weather is also very pleasant. The island sees its best weather in winter - which is partly why this is the most crowded and expensive time to visit - but with careful planning you might uncover a pretty good discount during those months as well.