St. Johns, Antigua
The thriving capital of Antigua, St. John, is a populated neighborhood with charming narrow streets that climb up to the silvery domes of the Cathedral of Saint John. The beach, with wonderful bars and cafes, attracts many people.
Bridgetown in Barbados is a breathtaking place, a tropical paradise, with many impressive sights.
Bridgetown, the capital of Barbados, retains much of its British heritage. Τhe bustling city, the quiet hillsides and valleys with tropical vegetation, the sandy beaches, which are considered to be the most beautiful in the world and many other impressive sights are waiting to be explored.
Baltimore, Maryland, U.S.A.
The city is a large and historic U.S. port on the Atlantic Ocean. Stroll downtown the small harbor and walk along the old trading port. Visit the two malls Harbor place & the Gallery. If you want to get an idea of the authentic history of the sea visit the well-preserved warship sailing Constellation. For a historical view of the city climb up Charles Street in the old district of Mount Vernon. Mount Vernon houses the newly renovated Walters Art Museum, which features an eccentric collection of Faberge eggs, Gifts of Tsar Nicholas II to his mother and sister. Finally see the renovated first cathedral in the U.S., the Basilica of the Assumption. The city has many more attractions including exquisite seafood restaurants( it is imposed to try the Maryland blue crab), colonial history, unusual and beautiful waterfronts and superb aquarium.
Basseterre (St. Kitts)
Surprisingly, the central square of St. Kitts, is designed in the style of London's Piccadilly Circus. For a view of St.Kitts, take the decker train going round the island, passing by the Brimstooun Fort and other attractions. Alternatively, there is a great tour that initially makes a stop at the world famous studio Karimpel Batik before walking tour in the forest.
St. Croix (U.S. V.I.)
With a coastline 135 Κm long, wonderful beaches, beautiful views and culture, St. Cross is the highest point of the U.S. Virgin Islands. The island is also rich in historical monuments that visitors of all ages can enjoy. Windmills, provincial schools and churches are scattered along the coastline.
Philipsburg (St. Maarten)
The unique Caribbean island, St. Maarten, is governed by two independent states, and although each half of the island is different, the residents live in harmony. The Dutch part, the capital of Philipsburg is a paradise for shopping, with a fantastic selection of shops and boutiques on the cobbled streets and narrow alleys.