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Minimum to run a tour

2018-04-16T16:52:00+00:00

The minimum to run our Old San Juan Food Tour and the Rum Runners Cocktail Tour is 2. If we have not met the 2 person minimum guests will be advised and refunded or given the chance to book on another date.

Minimum to run a tour2018-04-16T16:52:00+00:00

Time Zone Differences in Puerto Rico

2016-12-21T01:44:48+00:00

Please be sure to check the LOCAL TIME in Puerto Rico. Puerto Rico observes Atlantic Standard Time and does NOT use Daylight Savings Time. Flavors of San Juan is NOT responsible if you are late to a tour because you are unaware of the local time zone.

Time Zone Differences in Puerto Rico2016-12-21T01:44:48+00:00

Can I shop during the tour?

2016-12-21T01:44:36+00:00

We ask for the sake of staying on our food-tasting schedule that guests do NOT shop on tour but we do provide some suggestions of great shops to return to after the tour.

Can I shop during the tour?2016-12-21T01:44:36+00:00

Tips to make your cultural food tour more pleasant

2016-12-21T01:44:09+00:00

Wear proper shoes for walking about 2.5 miles over uneven streets/sidewalks, steep grades and pavement. Protect your skin from the strong Caribbean sun by wearing sun block and/or a hat. Wear lightweight, light-colored cotton clothes to avoid overheating. Please give advance notice of diet restrictions (allergies, vegetarians, etc.)

Tips to make your cultural food tour more pleasant2016-12-21T01:44:09+00:00

Does the tour include visiting a fort?

2016-12-21T01:43:58+00:00

No, we do not enter the historic forts but should you choose to visit them, El Morro and San Cristóbal have their own tours and guides. Check out this website for details: http://www.nps.gov/saju/index.htm

Does the tour include visiting a fort?2016-12-21T01:43:58+00:00

Is there parking near the tour meeting point?

2016-12-21T01:43:31+00:00

Yes! If you are coming to Old San Juan here are parking locations: Street parking throughout all of Old San Juan is free and unmetered. If you come directly into Old San Juan from the northern section (with the ocean on your right) go straight into the city on San Francisco street and up a [...]

Is there parking near the tour meeting point?2016-12-21T01:43:31+00:00

How do I get to Old San Juan?

2016-12-21T01:43:16+00:00

Getting around is easy! There is an extensive bus service, supplied by the Metropolitan Bus Authority and the Metro bus system. If starting out in Condado or Ocean Park, take Metro bus C53 or B21 into Old San Juan. The central bus station is in the Covadonga Parking Lot in Old San Juan. Taxi cabs [...]

How do I get to Old San Juan?2016-12-21T01:43:16+00:00

Do the tours start and end at the same place?

2016-12-21T01:42:58+00:00

The Old San Juan Food Tour does NOT end in the same location as the starting point, but it is around the corner and we can provide assistance if necessary after the tour to get you to wherever you need to go. *NOTE* the end and beginning of the Old San Juan Food Tour is [...]

Do the tours start and end at the same place?2016-12-21T01:42:58+00:00

Where do tours start / meet?

2016-12-21T01:42:45+00:00

Upon booking you will receive detailed information via e-mail about the starting location. If you are unsure, you may always call “the number on your e-ticket” and we will help you locate your guide.

Where do tours start / meet?2016-12-21T01:42:45+00:00
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