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DESTINATIONS CITIES | CARIBBEAN


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george town, grand cayman George Town, with its ladies-that-lunch vibe, is probably the swankiest of the Caribbean capitals. Pristine streets, a neatly paved promenade and spacious oceanside restaurants give the right first impression, and whether you’re shopping for a Tag Heuer or a straw hat, you’ll find retail therapy options galore in the duty-free stores and friendly craft market. There are art galleries and antiques shops as well, but don’t get too carried away or you’ll miss the Cayman Islands National Museum. An air-conditioned hub of entertainment and education, it recounts the history of the islands that once were home to more turtles than humans. Book it: Viator’s three-hour Food and Cultural Tour of George Town and Camana Bay, from £100, includes lunch, rum tasting and hotel pick-up. travelagents.viator.com


bridgetown, barbados At first glance the Bajan capital may have you thinking you had one too many rums the night before. With its Nelson’s Column statue and Big Ben-style clock above the parliament building, you could think you’re back home again. Bridgetown’s history is very closely linked with our own, as the guides on Island Routes’ Bridgetown walking tour will explain. Veer off the main drag into the historical back streets and you’ll learn about the early European settlers, the island’s rapid rise to riches and its journey to independence. Then there’s the cosmopolitan side of the city: markets, malls and speciality shops, the marina with its super yachts, and the elegant port-side eateries of the Carenage. It’s the perfect place to just stop and watch the world go by. Book it::Island Routes’ Bridgetown Shopping and Historic Walk Tour starts at $49 per person. islandroutes.com


PICTURES: Barbados Tourism Marketing Inc; Shutterstock; Dominican Republic Ministry of Tourism; Rodolfo Benitez


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