Guaynabo is a municipality in Puerto Rico, United States. Guaynabo is surrounded by other municipalities such as Toa Alta, Canovanas, Toa Baja, Bayamon, Catano and Catalina. It is incorporated in the Metropolitan Area of San Juan. Guaynabo is divided into several districts and includes many attractions and festivals, so a vacation spent here will be a total delight.
Caparra is an archaeological site in Guaynabo and in 1994 became a U.S. National Historic Landmark. Here are one of the most important remains of the oldest European community that was under American authority. It is the right attraction for those that are passionate about history and are also interested in finding out more about each place they visit. These remains tell the story of this place and are very important for its evolution and for next generations.
Museum of the Conquest and Colonization of Puerto Rico in Guaynabo showcases artifacts from the Cappara archaeological site, as well as from many other sites. It will enrich your knowledge and will take you a few steps back in time. Each exhibited item has its own story and value, so it is a spot worth visiting.
La Marquesa Forest Park is in Guaynabo and represents one of the most relaxing spots here. Grills, picnic, many plant species as well as the grassy area will make any tourist feel incredible and relaxed. The landscape is outstanding, so take photos, walk and admire nature's beauties.
Salsa National Day is an event that takes place in Guaynabo, in June and you can be sure that fun and entertaining are exactly what you will find here. Live concerts, parades, food and many booths with different things to sell are also available during this event. If you like music and dancing, this event is perfect for you. You will also have the opportunity to celebrate along with the local people in Guaynabo, socialise with them, understanding better their culture.