Old San Juan PR Salsa Class with Traditional Delights

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Immerse yourself in Puerto Rico's rhythms with our Island Salsa Fiesta! Learn Salsa, Merengue, and Bachata from expert instructors. Enjoy traditional treats like Coquito and Alcapurrias.

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  • Salsa classes in Old San Juan
  • Tuesdays and Wednesdays, 2-4 pm
  • Traditional treats like Coquito included. Book now!


Experience Puerto Rico with us and Immerse yourself in the vibrant rhythms of Puerto Rico with our Island Salsa Fiesta experience! Our classes offer an unforgettable opportunity to learn Salsa. Join us for an afternoon filled with music, dance, and fun! Led by our expert instructors, our classes cover the basic steps of Salsa, along with turn patterns and the fundamentals of Merengue and Bachata. Whether you're a beginner or an experienced dancer, there's something for everyone to enjoy. Plus, savor traditional Puerto Rican treats like “Coquito”, “Alcapurrias”, and “Frituras” as part of the experience. Don't miss out on this unique opportunity to immerse yourself in the culture and energy of Puerto Rico through dance and food. Reserve your spot today and let's dance!


Dance Instructor Salsa Class Traditional Delights: Alcapurrias: Deep-fried fritters made from green bananas and yautía dough, filled with seasoned meat or seafood. Bacalaitos: Salted codfish fritters, battered in a seasoned flour mixture and fried. Empanadillas: Fried turnovers filled with picadillo, chicken, or seafood. Tostones: Twice-fried green plantains, crispy and often served as a side dish. Arañitas: 'Little spiders' made from shredded green plantains, seasoned and fried. Pastelillos: Similar to empanadillas, these fried turnovers have fillings like ground beef, cheese, or vegetables. Piononos: Sweet plantain rolls filled with seasoned ground meat or cheese, then deep-fried. Rellenos de Papa: Mashed potato balls filled with seasoned ground meat, breaded, and fried. Bacalaítos de Guineo Verde: Green banana fritters made like bacalaitos but with green bananas. Berenjenas Fritas: Fried eggplant slices, often served as a side dish or appetizer.

Important Information

  • Will guests need to bring anything to the experience? Mosquito repellent Comfortable shoes (avoid flip-flops) Breathable clothes: Since salsa dancing can be quite energetic, it's important to wear clothes that are breathable and allow you to move freely. Choose lightweight materials that will keep you cool and comfortable, while also keeping in mind the venue's dress code. Phones fully charged and with enough memory for taking photos and videos Note: Suitable for Ages 6+ No experience or dance partner is necessary I have established a minimum age of 6 years old for the class, but if your 5-year-old child can handle and enjoy the class, please do not hesitate to purchase a spot for them. I love children, and they are also a part of your vacation. The venue features high ceilings and, in a way, an open concept. Please dress comfortably and in lightweight clothing, and remember that Puerto Rico tends to be hot, especially when we'll be dancing.

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