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Mayagüez is the largest city on the Western side of the island of Puerto Rico, in the Porta del Sol region. It has roughly 90,000 inhabitants, plus a floating population of about 15,000, on weekdays, particularly when the University of Puerto Rico at Mayagüez (UPR-M) is not in recess. In its heyday, Mayagüez was a major manufacturing center, particularly famous for food processing (tuna canning and beer). Besides being a college town, it has an industry mostly based on trade of goods and services. Tourists may use it as a base for exploring the western coast of Puerto Rico.

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Mayagüez is served by PR-2, a primary four-lane road that links San Juan and Ponce and passes through most towns in the northern, western, and southwestern coasts of Puerto Rico. Should you drive into it from the north, you’ll enter the municipality through the bridge over the Río Grande de Añasco; from the south, you will enter town by driving past the Mayagüez Mall, right after the overpass that serves as the terminus to road PR-100, which leads to the resort town of Cabo Rojo.

Other roads link Mayagüez to smaller towns in the area. From the south, visitors can enter Mayagüez through road PR-102, a coastline road with a particularly scenic view of Mayagüez Bay, the city, and coastal towns such as Rincón.

  • 18.255695-67.1484721 Eugenio María de Hostos Airport (MAZ  IATA, also called El Maní because of the section of town where it is located). has daily flights to and from San Juan and are operated by Cape Air.  

International charter flights from Spain, Canada and the United Kingdom arrive at nearby Rafael Hernández Marín International Airport, (BQN IATA), about 20 mi (32 km) north of Mayagüez.

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