Mayaguez Map, Puerto Rico
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Mayaguez NightlifeOne point to note is the dressing code for males. Any trousers or jeans will do but you must wear a long sleeved shirt and leather shoes. This is what actually is considered to be the best way to dress. read more
Mayaguez SightseeingJosé De Diego Park happens to be another tourist hot spot which is mostly famous amongst those tourists who are looking for a place to spend some time with their friends. The peace which prevails in this park and the soothing atmosphere is what makes this park a must visit for any tourist that hits the city of Mayagüez. read more
Mayaguez Travel GuideCulturally, Mayaguez can take pride in more than its colleges and universities: the local food is known throughout the whole of Puerto Rico and outside the country as well. Besides being home to the largest concentration of mango trees in the country, there are a few local specialties that have charmed the nation: the brazo gitano (a delicious jelly roll that has been around for over a century) and the sangria de Fido... read more
Mayaguez HistoryBetween 1962 and 1998, many tuna processing and canning industries were booming in this city. These industries had somehow become the backbone of the local economy. As per one estimate, around 80 percent of the total tuna being using in America during those years was being brought in from the city of Mayagüez. Slowly the city of Mayagüez also entered textile business. After 1998 most of the tuna and textile... read more
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