Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago / Caribbean
Port of Spain is the capital of the island state of Trinidad and is located in the northwest of the island in the Gulf of Paria. The port is the most important port of the island. The city itself has just over 50,000 inhabitants, the larger catchment area, however, some more which is why the city also presents itself as a modern metropolis.
Right at the harbor stands the first sight of the city, the Fort San Andreas, in which today various offices are housed. The city has much more to offer, such as the Cathedral of Immaculate Conception, the Jama Masjid Mosque and the Neo-Gothic Trinity Church. Right at the Woodford Square, where the latter stands, is also the Parliament Building.
If you feel like shopping, you are right on Frederick Street. And for nature lovers it is advisable to take a stroll into the hilly hinterland, wherefrom they can get great views across the island from different points (especially from Fort George, which is perched above the city).