Do you love history and old Spanish Forts? Discover the extensive history of the El Fuerto San Felipe del Morro in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Visitors can walk through the fortress' depths, which include a maze of tunnels, barracks and prison cells.

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The El Fuerto San Felipe del Morro sits dramatically on a cliff overlooking San Juan harbor. Built in 1539, this incredible fortress has protected the area from sea attacks for hundreds of years and survived both World War I and II. Puerto Rico's top attraction, the The El Fuerto San Felipe del Morro provides visitors with a wealth of history and breathtaking panoramic views of the surrounding Atlantic Ocean.

Declared a World Heritage Site in 1983, The El Fuerto San Felipe del Morro is visited by over two million tourists every year. There are many activities taking place every day at the fortress including guided tours with Rangers, historical video presentations, self-guided tours of the fortress and tunnels, and relaxing at the sea walls and taking in the views. 

Two million visitors a year can't be wrong, visit the The El Fuerto San Felipe del Morro in San Juan on your next trip to Puerto Rico for an unforgettable journey in time. 

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