Bridgetown, Barbados / Caribbean
Bridgetown is the capital of the Caribbean island nation of Barbados, its main port and the economic center.
Bridgetown was founded in 1628 by Great Britain and has about 7,000 residents, in addittion 80,000 residents in suburbs. They live mainly from tourism, but also produce sugar, rum and molasses.
The center of Bridgetown is the Trafalgar Square, where the Lord Nelson statue welcomes visitors.
Of particular interest: the St. John Church on a 800-m-high cliff wherefrom you can enjoy a wonderful view.
Barbados blends the best of the Caribbean with a touch of British culture. Go shopping in historic Bridgetown or sunbathe on one of the wonderful beaches along the aquamarine Caribbean coast.