The park reminds me of the pigeons in Saint Mark's Square in Venice. They're aren't nearly as many pigeons but they are just as friendly and eager for a snack. The park is very small but has spectacular views.
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We had a blast feeding cracked corn to the hundreds of pigeons in the park. For $1 a bag, we purchased food outside the gates, and spent the next hour interacting with the wildlife. The pigeons are mostly very tame, and will land on you...More
Walking there is a greatly toes colonial Calle and Capilla del Cristo! The small park behind the colonial houses, the convent and the vista to the bay are a site to enjoy Great for taking children and just sit and relax...
I just finished a tour and we stopped there and there are massive number a pigeons in one place and there are some that willing to land either on your shoulder or back. And I remember that the last time I've been there I was...More
A small park with a few benches where you can get a nice view from the top of the old walls .. the pigeons also roost in pigeon-holes in the wall....
Saw this park near to our hotel I attempted to enter, but the overwhelming smell defeated me ,lots of trees, great views, lot of pigeons, but my sinus was bothering me so I didn't attempt to stay long,guys selling bird feed outside gates,told me Puerto...More
This park is full of pigeons and its great to sit at the benches and watch the children playing around. It has a beautiful views of the bay,
We were doing an impromptu walk around old San Juan and totally stumbled onto this park. It was perched up on a high ridge overlooking the harbor and was a very entertaining diversion to be amongst all the pigeons. Local vendors will sell small bags...More