About Puerto Rico
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Puerto Rico is where four centuries of Spanish Caribbean culture comes face to face with the American convenience store.
This leads to some strange juxtapositions such as parking lots and plazas, freeways and fountains, skyscrapers and
shanties but it is all apiece with the Caribbean's hybrid history.
Mujeres de puerto rico who venture into the island's mountainous interior or explore its undeveloped coasts come across
stately hill towns where mujeres puerto rico in the plaza seem to have been feeding the same pigeons for decades, and reefs
where divers can see 30 species of fish in as many seconds.
Add to this a spirited capital that blends mod cons with unabashed beach bumming and a perplexing culture that is proud
of its past yet unable to seize its independence and you have the ingredients for an intriguing adventure.
You can connect to other islands in the Caribbean via some of the smaller airlines, or via divisions of the larger ones,
such as American Eagle, Cape Air, ALM, and Vieques Air-Link (between San Juan and Vieques or Culebra).
Spanish is widely and commonly spoken. English is also spoken to some degree in most areas. If you
don't speak Spanish, consider bringing along a phrase book or similar guide to common expressions to assist you when no one
Entry (Immigration) Requirements
Valid driver's license with photo, passport (photo ID) or original birth certificate
(raised seal, certified copy) for U.S. citizens. Since Puerto Rico is a U.S. commonwealth, a passport is not required, although
always handy to have with you. Canadian citizens will need citizenship proof, such as a valid passport, or certified (raised
seal) birth certificate and photo ID. Passports are required for British, Australian and New Zealand residents.
110 volts, the same as in the United States.
Driving in Puerto Rico is on the right, as in the United States. Roads are good, with some major highways connecting
Car rentals are available from most US companies as well as local agencies. Major companies such as Hertz, Avis, National
and Budget have local offices. Be sure to carry written confirmation and a receipt with you for your arranged rental, if you
book ahead of arrival. And be sure to get a car with air conditioning. A good variety of cars and sizes are available, and
roads are mostly good.
Puerto Rico is a conservative and religious country. Skimpy dress is frowned upon, and it's best to err on the conservative
side when dressing.
Crime can occur, especially in large cities. Take all normal precautions, including locking your car and leaving valuables
in hotel safe boxes. Don't leave valuables in cars. Be careful on the beaches at night, don't leave possessions unattended
at the beach or in other locations, and don't visit deserted beaches at night (a wise precaution in any locale).
Museums - Many are closed on Mondays; some are also closed on Sundays. Check before planning your visit.