Night Tales in Old San Juan

Schedule: 6PM - 8PM
Meet: Plaza Colón statue

  • Independent travelers: Min 2
    When: On selected dates

  • Private tour with groups of 15 to 20.
    When: Mondays to Thursdays

Rate: $50pp

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Journey into Spanish Colonial Times


Since 2004 the imagination of thousands of travelers have awakened while listening to what happened before, during and after the battles at the strongest Fortress City built by Spain in the Western Hemisphere...known today as Old San Juan, Puerto Rico.


"If you listen carefully to the winds, you might hear the sounds of battles from centuries ago during the longest running walking night tour in Old San Juan."

Debbie Molina Ramos, Tour designer and Licensed Tour Guide since 1999

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Puerto Rico tour guide

Story-telling tour guide

Narrating historical facts inside colonial buildings and at formal battle grounds at night in Old San Juan, Puerto Rico since 2004.

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Journey into Spanish Colonial Times with the only and longest running night walking tour in Old San Juan, est 2004.

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World Heritage Site Puerto Rico

World Heritage Sites

Hear night-time tales of legends and tragic love stories while taking pictures of the four world heritage sites during the most popular guided Old San Juan night walking tour.

San Juan night walking tour

Let the Caribbean nights enchant you...see the colors of a Spanish Colonial city at night in Old San Juan.

Debbie Molina Ramos, Tour designer and Licensed Tour Guide since 1999

This tour is about...

...battles, legends, story-telling and night photography in Old San Juan.

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Puerto Rico military history tours

The Night Tales in Old San Juan tour will get you acquainted with Old San Juan's military culture, landscape and defenses.

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San Juan historical sites at night

Explore historical buildings

The Night Tales in Old San Juan guided walking tour includes visiting a former Spanish soldiers barracks and formal jail.

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Rain or shine...

Available: Mondays to Thursdays
Schedule: 6PM to 8PM.
Meet me "Debbie": at Plaza Colon between San Francisco and Fortaleza Streets.

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Meeting location

Statue at Plaza Colon between San Francisco and Fortaleza Streets. Tour begins at 6PM






This tour is about...

...battles, legends, story-telling and night photography.

Hear night-time tales of legends and tragic love stories while taking pictures of the four world heritage sites and formal battle grounds during this guided night walking tour.

The “Night Tales in Old San Juan” guided walking tour includes visits to a former Spanish soldiers barracks, formal city jail, battle grounds, the sites where Hollywood movies & TV shows filmed. This tour will get you acquainted with Old San Juan's military culture, landscape and defenses.

Let the Caribbean nights enchant you...see the colors of a Spanish Colonial city in Puerto Rico at night.

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Frequent asked questions
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The on-line calendar have the available and block date(s)

Yes! The tour was designed to walk on well lit side walks and you will enter historical buildings. See the pictures on this page taken by me. Many more pictures posted at my facebook page.facebook
Yes I do. Please look for the Google map with the meeting location and pictures posted on this page. Plan to be at least 10 minutes before the tour's starting time due to COVID-19 protocols. No refund for late arrivals. Expect heavy traffic heading to Old San Juan.
The fort closes at 5:00 p.m. and the tour begins at 6:00 p.m.
No. The tour is designed for private tours with groups of 15 to 20 participants.
  • A 20% of the tour rate.
  • Tips are tax exempt.
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