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What not to do in Puerto Rico?

The same advice applies for any other part of the world, don't disobey the laws. Don't get stinking drunk in sleazy joints you don't know. Don't buy illegal drugs from shady c (MORE)

What is there to do in Puerto Rico?

there is sightseeing to do. there is also many beautiful beaches and it is interesting. so, it is a good vacation place   In Puerto Rico you can go visit alot of different (MORE)

When did Puerto Rico become Puerto Rico?

If you mean the name it was first called Borinken by the natives then San Juan Bautista and finally Puerto Rico. The name is given for the riches colonists found on the island (MORE)

Why is Puerto Rico named Puerto Rico?

Puerto Rico was named by the Taino people, Boriken, (Borinquen), When the spaniards arrived to the island they named it San Juan Bautista(Saint John the Baptist), and the capi (MORE)

When did residents of Puerto Rico became citizens of the US?

In 1917, the Jones Act granted Puerto Ricans U.S. citizenship and provided for a popularly elected Senate to complete a bicameral Legislative Assembly, a bill of rights and au (MORE)

Why was Puerto Rico named Puerto Rico?

The native Tainos called it Boriken. Christopher Columbus called it San Juan Bautista. The sailors called it Rich Port which means Puerto Rico in Spanish and the name Stuc (MORE)

Do you need a passport to travel to Puerto Rico if your are a Columbian citizen but have US resident status?

As a Columbian citizen with US resident status, you do not need a  passport to travel from elsewhere in the US to Puerto Rico, but you  will need proof of your resident stat (MORE)