Located in the area of 'Hato Rey', where sugar cane farms were spread out at the beginning of the 20th century and were then later turned into a dairy farm, stands the 'Plaza Las Americas' shopping centre', which is one of the largest and oldest of the Caribbean. Its doors opened to the public in the 1960s and it's been evolving and expanding its premises since then to become the second largest in Latin America, with two of its own police stations and even a fire brigade inside the centre. But the really interesting thing about this place is the wide range of shops and brands where you can spend a whole day of shopping. For a break between the shops, you can enjoy local and international cuisine at more than 40 restaurants, or watch a film in any of its 13 auditoriums.
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