FAQs about San Juan Flights
Which airlines fly to San Juan?
There aren't a lot of carriers that fly to San Juan. So, if you're planning to kick off your much-anticipated adventure from here, reserve a seat with Japan Transocean Air as soon as you can. What airport is best to fly into San Juan?
There's no prospect of your cab driver going to the wrong airport in San Juan, as there's only one operating in the city. San Juan Airport (SJU-Luis Munoz Marin Intl.) is 7 miles (12 kilometers) from the sights and sounds of the downtown area. Where to stay in San Juan
Island explorers searching for properties with all the extras may like the Hotel El Convento or the Sheraton Old San Juan Hotel. Not really your style? The Hotel Plaza De Armas Old San Juan and the Comfort Inn San Juan are cheaper alternatives for those who would prefer to save for vacation activities. Places to visit in San Juan
World-famous attractions can look awesome online, but there's nothing quite as exciting as witnessing them in person. When you're in San Juan, make sure you visit San Juan Cathedral and the San Juan Gate — they really will knock your socks off!
The Puerto Rico Convention Center and Castillo de San Cristobal are some notable places that all keen sightseers should make time to see. Plan out a route and spend a couple of hours stopping by each one.
Travelers and locals alike always admire the historic La Fortaleza - Palacio de Santa Catalina. Arrange a tour to get a closer look. Need some more options? Get a glimpse into a more secluded way of life at Convento de Los Dominicos, a Christian monastery in the local area. But that's not all there is. Time spent admiring Alcaldia will provide you with insight into the general history and civic character of this destination and its people. How to get through airport security fast when traveling to San Juan
Make your journey to San Juan a little easier by following these useful security tips:
- Be sure you know the whereabouts of your travel ID and boarding pass. You don't want to hold up the queue when you're asked to present them.
- Be aware that metal belt buckles can set off the body scanner's alarms. If you're wearing one, you may be instructed to step back and take it off before proceeding.
- Electronic goods such as tablets, laptops and phones are always sent through the X-ray machine separately. Be sure you can get to them quickly.
- Flying with your favorite cologne or perfume? As long as it's no larger than 3.4 ounces (100 milliliters) and it's stored in a clear resealable plastic bag, you can keep it in your carry-on luggage.
- Airport security personnel may instruct you to take off your shoes for the body scanner. Wear a pair that you can take off easily. There's nothing worse than having to do up your laces again and again.
- Some destinations have stringent biosecurity laws. Consider where you're off to and whether or not you can travel with unpackaged foods.