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Bacardi Rum Plant in Puerto Rico

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The island of Puerto Rico is situated in the beautiful Caribbean Sea. This tropical paradise with its wide range of attractions, invites visitors to it shores every year. The capital city of San Juan boasts plenty of Spanish architecture. While Old San Juan features many narrow cobblestone streets, which is the only surviving walled city in the Caribbean. The buildings in Old San Juan are carefully preserved from its 17th century Spanish era. Puerto Rico possesses plenty of unique attractions to include the El Yunque Rainforest or the Camuy Caves, as well as the Bacardi Rum Plant in San Juan. With its worldwide appeals, this attraction is filled with the agenda of valuable displays to visit.

Bacardi Rum (Coconut Limon Razz Big Apple Orange) | IMG_1616 © by jikatu

Bacardi Rum is an internationally renowned drink, which is made by the world’s largest and privately owned spirits company. Supplying more than 200 million bottles of Bacardi rum each year, to suppliers around the world, Bacardi Rum Plant is the largest rum distillery in the world, which processes about 100,000 gallons of the popular rum daily.

Tour the rum plant on a trolley and enjoy the ride to the distillery and bottling plant, a museum and free rum cocktail samples. Admission is free. Although admission is free, the trip to the plant is quite costly. You can start with a do-it-yourself approach, by taking a bus to the facility. But whatever path you choose, make sure your visit to the Bacardi Rum Plant is interesting and fascinating to see. Ask as many questions on how this great rum is made, and be captivated the rum-filled air that entice you to take a step further.

While there you will be able to sample glasses of Bacardi rum. If you like rum, the Bacardi Plant serves a variety of rum drinks like mojitos and a Cuban Libre. The bartenders will show you how to mix a variety of these rum drinks as well as inform you about the history of Bacardi rum.

If you decide to visit the Bacardi Rum Plant it is advisable to stay at any of Old San Juan hotels, such as the Hotel El Convento or the Isla Verde Lodge. Most of the hotels and resorts in Old San Jun offer inclusive vacation packages to include tour of the rum plant. With these packages, you not only tour the Bacardi Rum Plant but also tour other nearby attractions such as, the Paseo de la Princesa where you will see the wonderful fountain, an old prison, and the remains of the original city gate.

In addition to being close to the Bacardi Rum Plant, you will also get to discover the shops and restaurants of old San Juan.

Discover the warmth of the Caribbean and be delighted by the hospitality of the Puerto Rican people while visiting the Barcardi Rum Plant. This perfect blend of tropical splendor and old-world elegance in a legendary setting is bound to have you wanting more.

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