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CARIBBEAN CITIES


Swap sun loungers for city sightseeing with Jo Cooke’s guide to interesting urban escapes


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t’s easy to overlook the cities of the Caribbean, and only have eyes for the glorious sun, sea and sand that grace just about every brochure cover for the region. However, if you encourage clients to take a day trip to the capital or


an excursion to another urban hub, they can experience a completely different side to their holiday destination. There’s the chance to glimpse everyday life, sample the culture and dip into the history, not to mention getting stuck in to some serious shopping – and you might just boost your commission into the bargain.


6 JUNE 2019 travelweekly.co.uk


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falmouth, jamaica Jamaica’s most striking cruise ship port, Falmouth envelops visitors in historical and architectural splendour, with street upon street of Georgian houses, many meticulously restored. In the 1700s this was the island’s most affluent spot, and had mains water even before New York City did. Check out Water Square and its fountain; the ancient Anglican Church of St Peter; poet Elizabeth Barrett Browning’s former home; and the church named after fellow resident and abolitionist William Knibb, where shackles are buried in a coffin to symbolise the death of slavery. Book it: The Falmouth Heritage Walking Tour tour costs $30 for adults and $15 for children, with 20% agent commission on bookings. info@falmouthheritagewalks.com


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