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DESTINATIONS CARIBBEAN | CITIES


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san juan, puerto rico San Juan will delight culture seekers and night owls alike. In the watering holes of the old town, live bands and DJs fill the night air with music, and dancers of all ages spill out onto the cobbled sidewalks and squares to salsa, cha-cha and merengue until the small hours. It has to be the most romantic city in the Caribbean, too – walking along the city walls under the stars or dining by candlelight in one of the intimate restaurants housed in Spanish colonial buildings is a must. By day, visit the vast El Morro fortress or admire the Banksy-style murals that adorn ends of terraces, just footsteps from the Museum of Art and its sculpture garden. Book it: Viator offers an Old San Juan and New San Juan Tour from £40 per person. travelagents.viator.com


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kingston, jamaica UB40 sang about it, Bob Marley lived here, and it was the stomping ground of buccaneers Captain Morgan and Bluebeard. Head to Port Royal harbour and you are standing where the real pirates of the Caribbean docked their ships ready to plunder passing merchant vessels. You can tour Marley’s former home too, now a museum, and take a selfie by his statue. Above Jamaica’s capital city in the Blue Mountains, coffee plantations produce some of the world’s most expensive coffee. Taste-test it then head for cocktails, or stay at Strawberry Hill hotel, a low-key celeb hangout that has a sweeping view of the city. Book it: Funway Holidays offers a Jamaican food tour of Kingston and a Bob Marley Museum Tour, from £72 and £63 (for two hours) respectively. funway4agents.co.uk


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