Car rental in Barbados
There are many cruises in the eastern Caribbean that approach and
disembark in Barbados, an island nation justly famous for its
Friendly people, excellent beaches, excellent diving and diving.
Sites, and natural and historical attractions.
One of the most popular ports of call for cruise ships in the
Caribbean, Bridgetown is literally the place to be in Barbados;
It is the only city on the island and more than half of the population.
live there This means that cruise passengers who call
Bridgetown has the opportunity to get to know life in Barbados,
even if they are only there for a few hours.
There are a number of attractions on the island accessible from the
Port of Bridgetown, including the world famous ‘Platinum Coast’
beaches that stretch north from Bridgetown, intriguing cave networks and
Historic Jacobin buildings. A variety of activities such as
Swimming, tanning, snorkeling, hiking and tourism are
Available for cruise passengers, as well as various stores and
options to eat.
Cruises on the dock of Bridgetown at the dock about a mile (2 km)
from the center of the city. Some visitors do not even leave the
state-of-the-art cruise terminal, which has a wide selection of
The popular duty free shops of Barbados. Barbados Tourism Authority
Tel: +1 246 535 3700
firstname.lastname@example.org Bridgetown is quite small and most of the attractions are within
Walking distance in the center of the city. Farther attractions
Like rum factories, it is better to arrive by taxi. There is a car
Rental facilities right outside the cruise terminal for visitors.
that they want to explore on their own. There are many interesting attractions in Bridgetown, ranging from
From museums and historic buildings to exciting events like the horse.
Racing and cricket matches. A number of lush gardens provide a
A great place for a picnic, or you can go underground exploring the
Caverns of Harrison’s cave by electric tram. Another fun activity
Popular with most tourists are tours of the cigar factories and
Rum distilleries in the city, including the famous Ron Mount Gay.
Distillery.Waterfront Café: Bajan influence cafe serving
excellent creole fritters
Champers: excellent cuisine with an unbeatable beach.
points of view
Mama Mia Deli – cozy restaurant serving excellent Italian food
Creole shellfish sauteed in Bridgetown are centered on Broad Street, and
bargain hunters will find a lot to buy in shopping malls,
Souvenir shops, jewelry stores and boutiques. Only outside
of the city, Pelican Village is the best place to go for local
Crafts such as woven bags, batik fabrics and rum cakes. Swan
Street, Roebuck Street and Tudor Street are home to smaller stores
and a few road vendors. There are also more than 30 stores and
Sellers right in the cruise terminal. Tax-free purchases are
abound in Bridgetown, and there are some real deals to be
Mount Gay, rum and handmade leather footwear from road posts.
throughout the cityExplore the twists and turns of Harrison’s cave
Have a picnic by the waterfall in the Lazaretto garden
Contemplate the perfect image landscape around the town of
Bathsheba and the sun on Bath beach
Visit to the Barbados Museum in the old garrison.
Take a tour of the Ron Gay Refinery