Puerto Rico Car Rental Companies Declared Open for Tourism

Photo by Wikimedia
Photo by Wikimedia

Puerto Rico is “open for tourism” with its winter season beginning Dec. 20, according to an article by Travel Agent Central. 24 major car rental companies with locations throughout the island have reopened for business. 

The article reported that major tourist attractions have been cleaned up and restored since Hurricane Maria hit the island, including Old San Juan, the Castillo San Felipe del Morro and Cueva Ventana.

Click here to read the full Travel Agent Central report: https://www.travelagentcentral.com/destinations/top-puerto-rico-tourism-official-island-open-for-tourism

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