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  • 1 New Providence Interesting

    Nature and gardens

    BHS - Nassau

    New Providence, the political and economic hub of the Bahamas, features a mix of cultural activities and seaside pleasures thanks to the colonial vestiges in Nassau, capital of the archipelago, and charming beaches such as Cable Beach and Pleasant Ba..

  • 2 Christ Church Cathedral Interesting

    Religious buildings

    George Street BHS - Nassau

    Christ Church Cathedral was the first sanctuary built by the English in the Bahamas in the late 17C, but the imposing stone structure you see today is actually the fourth version of the building. Its predecessors were all destroyed by fires, Spanish ..

  • 3 Fort Charlotte Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    West Bay Street BHS - Nassau

    Fort Charlotte, built in the late 17C to defend the port against pirate attacks, was one of three forts in New Providence, equipped with numerous iron canons that were never fired. Take a guided tour - with guides in period dress - and enjoy the view..

  • 4 National Art Gallery of the Bahamas Interesting

    Museums and art

    West and West Hill Street BHS - Nassau

    For an overview of the visual arts in the Bahamas, as well as contemporary and experimental art, the National Art Gallery of the Bahamas features artists such as Amos Ferguson, John Cox and Brent Malone. The Villa Doyle is the setting for their price..

  • 5 Paradise Island Interesting

    Nature and gardens

    BHS - Nassau

    Paradise Island has all the tourist facilities you could want: hotels, bars, casinos, golf courses, tennis courts and aquatic amusement parks, not to mention a 14C French cloister and gardens patterned after Versailles! If you're just looking for a d..

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