Cool hip neighborhood and great little bars. Check out Taverna Lupolo for some great beers and a world class Bloody Mary.
Yes, there are bars... A few shops too. That would be about all that is interesting. I'd say go drinking here, but take in the nicer looking structures and shops on the side streets.
This is the spot for you. Bars on both sides of the street for blocks. This is where the "action"is. If you've always wanted to learn to dance Salsa... and again, no crime reports here. The streets are too narrow. no one could "escape".
Just a street with a bunch of bars, everything has to close at a certain time because of the city ordinance. There are better places to go in the Island.
All year round, the Calle San Sebastián is part of one of the most historically and architecturally rich cities in the Western Hemisphere. During the January Fiestas de la calle San Sebastián celebration is on par with a mini version of Brazil's Carnival. A must see
Famous for it's Festival de la Calle de San Sebastian in January, this streets has a large number of bars, one after the other. They are always full and mostly everyone keeps coming to their favorite for long periods of time. Never mind that it should be a religious celebration, though. People gather to drink!
Feels like you're having a trip to the Spanish conquests on 1500's This place is amazing and has a lot of history. Loved the mood and it was refreshing.
I wanted thos street to be awesome and a ton of fun, instead it seemed barren and boring. This street is a huge party during the festival in January I'm told, but the two days I walked by it seemed like a rather non-descript part of VSJ.. I think many of the buildings needed a little TLC and that the... More
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