Puerto Rico – rich in music, art and entertainment
Puerto Rico is a land of rich diversity. On one island, 100 miles long and 35 miles wide, you can experience thousands of years of history and four distinct cultures. Visitors can investigate ancient Indian ceremonial parks, explore two of the oldest and most architecturally interesting Spanish Colonial churches, or see a 19th century coffee plantation in action. Compare a pair of the largest castle-like fortifications built by the Spaniards in the New World, or take in the island’s modern-day advancements when you tour the Arecibo radio telescope or the Bacardi Rum distillery. Forests and nature preserves attract outdoor recreation for young and old. Dining in Puerto Rico can be a full-time adventure. From boutique restaurants serving the latest cuisine to traditional Puerto Rican Mesones, from snack shacks on the beach to classic steak houses, Puerto Rico offers as many choices of atmosphere and cuisine as any major city on the mainland. Visitors flock to the vibrant nightlife out on the island, including vacation mecca towns of Dorado, Rio Grande, Ponce and Mayagüez.. If you crave the excitement of casino life, you’ll find just what you’re looking for in Isla Verde, Condado, Old San Juan, as well as out on the island. Excitement isn't limited to the evening hours. Many inland towns along the scenic highway hold annual festivals. There you'll enjoy live music, arts and crafts, and roadside gambling at motorized miniature horse races, called picas. The cultural and entertainment program, Le Lo Lai, has been a national focal point for more than three decades. It was created to foster the Puerto Rican culture through its music and rhythms. It also features a variety of events that showcase the culture's Spanish, Taíno Indian and African heritage. The selection of vacation rental villas around the island is ideal for creating the perfect island getaway for families and friends.
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