Hit the beach in Bermuda, where the sand really is pink. Snorkel or scuba-dive on the beautiful barrier reef. Get around by ferry, bus, motor scooter or bicycle. Shop in upscale stores for fine products from around the world. Try the distinctively spicy cuisine. Play golf on one of the world famous courses.
Hamilton is the capital and commercial, entertainment and shopping center of Bermuda. The city's focal point is Front Street, lined with turn-of-the-century Victorian buildings in bright pastels. Many buildings have overhanging verandahs, where you can linger over lunch and watch the boats ferry across the harbour. Attractions include the Bermuda Cathedral, the Historical Society Museum and the Bermuda National Gallery. Fort Hamilton offers a bird's-eye view of Hamilton Harbour.
Stroll the quaint streets of St. George's, Bermuda, and you'll be swept back through 400 dramatic years of history. Unlike colonial Williamsburg and Jamestown, St. George's has not been rebuilt. Come and listen to the original masonry buildings and narrow streets tell their stories of English expansion in the 17th and 18th centuries. The United Nations named the Historic Town of St. George and Related Fortifications a World Heritage Site.