Mayaguez is the largest city on the Western side of the island of Puerto Rico. Mayaguez has roughly 90,000 inhabitants, plus a floating population of ~15,000, on weekdays, particularly when the University of Puerto Rico at Mayaguez (UPR-M) is not in recess. In its heyday, Mayaguez was a major manufacturing center, particularly famous for food processing (tuna canning and beer). Currently, 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.Mayaguez 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

Airport: MAZ Eugenio Maria De Hostos Airport Cities in Puerto Rico

Country: Puerto Rico