Places in Bermuda
Royal Naval Dockyard
This fascinating place is like no other in Bermuda. Once dubbed the 'Gibraltar of the West, ' this immense former naval base has something for everyone. The Dockyard's handsome old stone buildings that once served the mighty Royal Navy now buzz with vacationing tourists. The former Keep has been turned into a maritime museum.
City of Hamilton
Virtually everything in Bermuda revolves around the City of Hamilton. Whether you're talking politics, commerce or geography, Hamilton is the hub of it all. This is where people head to attend to business, do some serious shopping or spend a night on the town. Hamilton manages to look quaint and traditional on the one hand and bustling and cosmopolitan on the other.
Paget has two distinct faces. The north side, across the harbor from the City of Hamilton, is quiet, scenic and lined with valuable homes. This is where the established families that run the city's most successful shops and law firms live. The south side, on the other hand, takes life a bit less seriously - it's where city folk flock for a day at the beach or a dinner out.
Tours and activities
Shared Round-Trip Transfer: Bermuda LF Wade International Airport
Pre-book your shared transfer in Bermuda and have one less worry while you are traveling to this beautiful island! The last thing you want to do after a long flight is find an expensive cab, so take this easy and c...
Tips and articles
Destination at a glance: Bermuda
Like a vision rising above the otherwise landless central Atlantic, Bermuda is a temperate haven borrowing traditions from distant British and American shores...
Wreck diving in Bermuda
For as long as Bermuda has been on the map it has been infamous as a land of shipwrecks. A place that makes widows out of sailors' wives and around which superstitious warnings swirl...