In the centre, old colonial mansions stand alongside modern buildings.
The city centre and its garrison from the time of Britain's Atlantic colonial empire are listed as UNESCO World Heritage.
The capital and largest city of Barbados. A lovely city with lots to see and do.
A statue of Lord Nelson, erected 17 years before the one in London on Trafalgar Square, stands on its northern bank.
Don't miss Broad Street, the town's most commercial street, and its colonial houses.
This stretch of water, which was very useful during the period of the transatlantic slave trade, now welcomes vessels ranging from fishing boats to yachts into its docks.
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