Caguas is a city in Puerto Rico.
Public transportation in Caguas, as in most of Puerto Rico is limited to small, “Carro Públicos” (Jitney type taxis). There is service from and to San Juan and Rio Piedras, however, to get to Caguas from the airport can be an adventure. You will have to take a bus to Rio Piedras (the main bus terminal) then take walk several minutes to find the guagua for Caguas. It is a very inexpensive way to travel, but can take up to 3 hours.
Within Caguas, there are several buses and taxis serving the town. Make sure to ask the driver before you go in for your destination.
There will be a light-rail system connecting Caguas to San Juan. It was originally scheduled to start construction in the first quarter of 2008 and take two years to complete. As of the first quarter of 2010, the project has not commenced.
Landmarks and places of interest
Festivals and events Rosario Cantado a los Reyes - 4 January Three Kings Festival - 5 January Criolla Beatriz - February Criolla Borinquen Fair - March Criolla Cañabón Fair - April Felipe "La Voz Rodríguez' Birthday - 8 May Cross Festival - 23 - 31 May Typical Criole Festival - 1 - 2 June
You can go to Las Catalinas Mall, or Plaza Centro Mall.
There are many restaurants with all of Puerto Rico's authentic foods in Caguas.
The mofongo is excellent at Raíces restaurant near south-central Caguas (H31 Calle Pino, (787)258-1570). The waiters wear authentic-looking uniforms, and the atmosphere is upbeat. Entrees average $10-$18.
The Four Points Sheraton hotel, conveniently located from the highway south of Caguas, has a nice pool area with slide and fountains for the kids, a hot tub, a nice restaurant that looks out onto the pool, a workout room, very comfortable accommodations, and excellent service. However, it is co-located with a small casino run by the same company and sharing the same parking lot. Parking is $9/night (as of January, 2010), even for hotel guests. Much of the property is well-built; the parking garage has a glass elevator, there are colored accent lights, a glassed-in walkway that goes by a large outdoor fountain, etc. However, as is common in Caribbean countries, all of it has a soon-to-be-run-down feeling about it.