Bridgetown is the largest city and capital of the Barbados, a group of islands in between the Caribbean and Atlantic Ocean.
Grantley Adams International Airport (BGI) located just 13 kilometres away from the centre of Bridgetown is Barbados' main airport and offers direct flights to North, South, and Central America as well as Europe. LIAT, British Airways, American Airlines, and Virgin Atlantic Airways fly most frequently to the airport.
While the coast of Barbados is particularly tourist-oriented, the interior of the island is still full of acres of sugar cane providing an interesting dichotomy between native cultivators and foreign visitors.
Visit the Mount Gay Rum Refinery to learn what makes Mount Gay so special. If there is some extra time a visit to the Rum Factory and Heritage Park will add to anyone's rum knowledge.
With such beautiful scenery, there are plenty of tours operating on the island utilizing different transportation mediums such as helicopters, sail boats, segways, and even submarines.
National Heroes Square, formerly Trafalgar Square has a large monument memorializing Lord Nelson and the British Royal Navy victory during the Battle of Trafalgar.