Just a two-hour flight from most East Coast U.S. cities, Bermuda is one quick getaway that feels worlds away. Tranquil and prosperous, this island nation of pastel houses and manicured gardens also displays a deep British heritage with crisp colonial architecture. A comfortable climate provides year-round opportunities for outdoor rec-reation on pink-sand beaches, at championship golf courses, and in cerulean waters. Add excellent, varied shopping and dining, and it’s easy to see why this small-in-size country looms large on many itineraries.
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Dockyard and The Western Parishes
Bermuda is denser than you might imagine. But in contrast to Hamilton and St. George's, the island's West End seems…Learn More >
Hamilton and The Central Parishes
With a permanent resident population of 1,500 households, Hamilton doesn't qualify as a major metropolis. Yet it has enough stores,…Learn More >
St. George's and The Eastern Parishes
St. George's and Hamilton are about 10 miles and 200 years apart. The latter wasn't even incorporated as a town…Learn More >