Parque de las Palomas is a public park located in Old San Juan. In English, the park's name is Pigeons' Park and alludes to the fact that hundreds of pigeons visit the park every day.
The pigeons are so used to people that they'll fly up to land on you and eat out of your hands. You'll find vendors outside the park selling corn and bird feed, if you really want to attract them to you.
If you're not watching the pigeons, the park makes a great spot to sit and enjoy the views over the waterfront below under the shade of huge old trees.
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