Accommodations

The center of Bridgetown, near the government buildings and popular shopping districts is where the high rise hotels and rental codos are found. As you move out towards the coast, the available accommodations become more specialized, with everything from all-inclusive hotels to rental homes available. There are multiple types of accommodations to consider in the area, including a bed & breakfast and a selection of resorts. Travelers hoping to enjoy a lively bar scene will find… more…

Hotels

Standard hotel are pretty popular amongst… more…

Villa Complexes

Although there are a few condo complexes… more…

All Inclusive

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Transportation

As the capital city and home to the island's only airport, cruise… more…

Air Travel

Bridgetown is located on the island of Barbados, which means you'll have… more…

Rental Cars

Bridgetown is filled with attractions that you won't want to miss, and… more…

Sailing & Boating

The rough waters that surround Barbados… more…

Taxis

Hailing a cab is never easier on the… more…

Beaches

Clear waters that stretch out to the… more…

Attractions

Of all of the towns on Barbados, Bridgetown is most alive with sites to see and things to do. Your days are easily spent hiking through… more…

Landmarks

Home to more patriotic landmarks than any other city on the island,… more…

Beaches

Clear waters that stretch out to the horizon and somewhere off in the… more…

Natural Attractions

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Activities

The capital and commercial center of Barbados, Bridgetown is a busy city and major tourist destination on the island. There is so much to do here, that you may find yourself overwhelmed trying to decide how to split your time. Begin with a historic walking tour of the town, which you can… more…

Diving

Most people who come to Barbados to dive head to Bridgetown first.… more…

Bikes & Mopeds

As one of the busiest places to stay on Barbados, tourists… more…

Fishing

Bridgetown is home to what is known as “fishermen's… more…

Restaurants

Broad Street is the heart of the shopping district in Bridgetown, and thus where you'll find a great deal of diverse dining establishments as… more…

Food

Adventurous travelers know that no two vacations will ever be exactly… more…

Events & Festivals

Thousands of people flock to Barbados each year specifically to attend… more…

Nightlife

Snorkeling

Make sure to pack your snorkeling equipment for your trip to Bridgetown. Underneath the surface of the seas of Barbados is a whole world to be explored, from coral reef systems to shipwrecks. Don't have your own equipment? Not a problem. There are many ways to get a snorkeling… more…

Sailing & Boating

The rough waters that surround Barbados make sailing to the island a… more…

Fishing

Bridgetown is home to what is known as “fishermen's… more…

Diving

Most people who come to Barbados to dive head to Bridgetown… more…

Weather

The easternmost Caribbean island of Barbados sits on the edge of the Atlantic Ocean. The balmy, tropical climate is cooled by the continual trade winds blowing in from the east. The fresh breezes, warm sunshine, and sufficient rainfall make the year-round average daytime highs of 75-80 degrees Fahrenheit (24-29 degrees Celsius) very comfortable. Still, the weather in Barbados is sunnier and drier than that of many other islands in the Caribbean. On the southern edge of the Atlantic hurricane… more…

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