We believe the best way to immerse yourself into the local culture is by indulging in its culinary specialties!
Enjoy unforgettable food, history, and culture during this walking tour of Old San Juan. Eat, drink, and learn as you walk through our 500-year-old Spanish colonial city on this guided San Juan food and city tour rolled into one.
Walk at a relaxed pace along the historic cobblestone streets and use gastronomy, history, and architecture as a passage to discover Puerto Rican culture.
On your food, history and culture tour, you’ll sample carefully curated tastings at several local, independently owned establishments that reflect our Taíno Indian, African and Spanish heritage. Aligned with our mission to support local and contribute to Puerto Rico’s food sovereignty, tastings will change seasonally.
Taste several Puerto Rican delicacies throughout multiple stops. Sample single-origin, hand-picked coffee, try traditional pastries, taste the most delicious mofongo (the Island’s quintessential dish), savor locally seasoned pork, enjoy a homemade dessert crafted with all natural ingredients, and much more! A refreshing rum cocktail is paired with your meal. You’ll get much more than just bites; our tastings are substantial, giving you a real taste for Puerto Rican cuisine and leaving you full and satisfied.
You’ll see the second oldest cathedral in the Americas, a centuries-old convent, stunning architecture, the fortifications, and many other sites of cultural significance.
Our experiences are kept small in number to ensure that you don’t get tourist trapped. You’ll enjoy the full attention of our guides and walk away with the best advice of what to eat, see, and do throughout the course of your stay.
Meeting Point: Old San Juan near El Morro Fort (exact meeting point provided with booking confirmation)
Once purchased, tickets can not be refunded or rescheduled. Our tours often sell out and your space is being guaranteed on the tour. We do not offer partial credits or rescheduling for partial attendance, no shows or late arrivals. Thanks for understanding!