Getting there & around
You can find a ride in a taxi at King's Square.
No two places have better public bus service between them than St George and the City of Hamilton, a boon for visitors, since these are the two main sightseeing, dining and shopping destinations. Buses terminate on (and depart from) York St.
Bus Nos 1, 3, 10 and 11 connect St George with the City of Hamilton, a ride that takes about an hour. Service is frequent during the day, with at least one of these buses operating every 15 minutes from 6:45am to 7pm; bus No 11 provides evening service once every hour until 11:45pm (10:45pm on Sunday). Bus No 6 connects St George with St David's.
The public ferry runs a high-speed catamaran service from St George to the Royal Naval Dockyard ($4) and the City of Hamilton ($8) three times a day. The service operates only from mid-April to mid-November. It leaves Hamilton at 9:30am, noon and 2pm, arriving at the Dockyard after 20 minutes and departing 10 minutes later for the one-hour trip to St George. The boat then leaves St George at 11:15am, 1:30pm and 3:45pm, makes the one-hour trip to the Dockyard, and departs from the Dockyard at 12:30pm, 2:30pm and 4:55pm for the quick trip back to Hamilton. It's a great option for cruise ship passengers, providing a quick and convenient way to get between the three main tourist destinations in a fraction of the time it would take by bus.
Bicycles can be rented from Eve's Cycles(236-0839; 1 Water St).
Town of St George
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