Popular Destinations in Bermuda
The capital of Bermuda, Hamilton is the cultural and commercial heart of
the country. Overlooking the harbor, the city is home to pastel-colored
colonial buildings lining the streets, and Bermuda's best shopping areas,
dining options, galleries, and museums. Among the most significant
buildings in the city are the Anglican Cathedral of the Most Holy Trinity,
Bermuda Cabinet Building, St. Paul's Church, and St. Andrew's Presbyterian
Church. All these buildings date from the 1800s. Bermuda House of Assembly
in Hamilton is the oldest Parliament in the western hemisphere.
Saint George is the former capital of Bermuda and is known for its
continually inhabited English settlement in the new world. Owing to its
diverse range of heritage buildings, this town is declared as UNESCO World
Heritage Site. Some of the popular attractions of this city include St.
Peters Church, Bermuda National Trust Museum, and Bermuda Heritage museum.
Somerset Village enthralls vacationers with its scenic landscapes, beaches,
fishing settlement area and wide array of rich architectural buildings.
While here, know about locals and explore their rich cultural heritage
through events and festivals celebrated there. Dine-in at various
restaurants or order your drink at bars.