Cheap round-trip flights to Puerto Rico

Finding bargain flights to San Juan on Orbitz gives you a holiday you can't beat! Good weather, and so much to see and do!

Flights to San Juan

International flights to San Juan land at the San Juan Luis Munoz Marin International Airport, about seven miles from the city. There are several smaller airports located around town, including the San Juan Isla Grande, Ponce Mercedita, and Aguadilla Borinquen Airports, and they focus more on local island-hopping flights, which can be a quick and easy way to get around the Caribbean region. In the past, the San Juan International Airport has served as a hub for several airlines, but while served by many lines currently, San Juan flights are no longer considered "hub routes." Airlines serving San Juan International include Air Canada, American Airlines, American Eagle, British Airways, Jet Blue, and United, among many others.

San Juan Weather

Escaping the winter snows is easy if you find low cost San Juan flights. The average temperature in the winter is 83 degrees Fahrenheit, making it a sunny escape from the cold! And it's not much worse in the summer, averaging 85 degrees, although the humidity levels may rise a bit. Packing is easy, pack for warm weather, but be prepared for any type of activity you want to do, from nightclubbing to water-skiing! If you decide to visit in November, though, remember to pack a raincoat and maybe an umbrella, as it's the wettest month in San Juan!

Getting Around San Juan

Traffic is busy in San Juan, and you will probably want to be prepared to walk or take public transportation rather than navigate the streets on your own. If you are planning on staying in the vicinity of the city of San Juan, public transportation may well be enough to get you where you need to be. Buses are inexpensive to ride, but the schedules can be erratic, but a free trolley bus routes run through Old San Juan, and can be a fun way to get around the historic district. If you need to get to Old San Juan or Catano, you can take the Catano Ferry across San Juan Bay. Be wary of taxi fares, as drivers can sometimes change the fixed rates they charge to tourist attractions!

San Juan Attractions

After you disembark from your San Juan flights, there are many things to see and do in the city. History and just plain fun can be had at every corner. Some of the places you might want to see include:

  • La Princesa, (the Princess), the old San Juan penitentiary, houses the Tourism Company headquarters and rotating art exhibits.
  • The Alcaldia, or City Hall, built between 1602 and 1789 now houses a small art gallery.
  • Fort San Cristobal, the eastern gate to the original Old San Juan, now a beautiful and serene overlook to San Juan Bay.
  • The Catedral de San Juan, the Western Hemisphere's second oldest cathedral containing the tomb of the island's first governor.
  • San Juan Museum of Art and History, a cultural center showcasing local art and music.
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