Hamilton, Bermuda Cruise Port

4.4 out of 5

About Hamilton, Bermuda

Bobbies directing traffic, afternoon tea, and the drums of Gombey dancers - this is Bermuda! Hamilton, Bermuda's capital, is the perfect blend of historic architecture, beautiful pink beaches, and terrific cuisine. Walk along the island-long promenade or take a romantic ride in a horse-drawn carriage for a truly memorable experience.

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AT549

Horseshoe Bay Beach....the most beautifl beach I have ever seen

sburney28971313

Ship docked in the center of the city. Only a small cruise ship can do that! Bermuda is so much nicer than the Caribbean Islands. Original itinerary had us going to St. Martin and Puerto Rico, but the hurricanes diverted us to Bermuda. Most everyone was happy for that change.

Visited: Nov 04, 2017

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DimitryA

Everything is more expensive than in the US. This is a place to window-shop,o enjoy the beaches, rent a scooter, roam around and go back to the ship to eat. Highly recommended: Horseshoe beach. Perhaps the most beautiful beach I've ever seen. You can go to the bus terminal (about 4 blocks from the ship), get bus tokens (about 4 dollars), take the #7 bus and be at the beach in 20 minutes. Rental of chairs and umbrellas: $11 each. Or you may go by taxi.

Visited: Jul 10, 2011

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Liz9999

We visited the crystal cave's in St. George which was very nice. If you visit the crystal cave's there is no need to see the fantasy cave, pick one or the other and save a few dollars because it's basically the same thing. Take that saved money and visit Mama Angie's. It's a small hole in the wall type place, nothing fancy but clean and enjoy some sumptuous fish and chips.

Visited: Aug 31, 2017

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DennisM4

Busy city. We used the bus/ferry pass to get around. Busses make a lot of stops and take a while to get from point A to point B. Ferry's are much faster. The bus and ferry schedules are hard to read and we would end up missing the one we wanted, then waiting for another hour for the next one. If I had it to do over, I would rent a scooter and do my own thing. The cathedral is a "must see" - beautiful. The beaches are great.

Visited: Oct 07, 2006

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