Bermuda Travel Tips

Hop On, Hop Off

One of the best ways to see what this tiny island has to offer is to hop on a ferry. You can travel to the different islands and see how Bermuda looks from the water. And, you'll get to see some of the island's landscapes and homes along the water.


Taking a ferry is also an inexpensive way to see all the top attractions! With a little research, you can target the hot spots you want to see. Or, just do it all on a whim and see where this journey takes you.


Take a ferry around Bermuda.
St. George walking tour is a great way to see Bermuda.

Walk This Way

Taking a walking tour in the town St. George will give you a good look into the rich history on the island. You can see this picturesque town on foot and learn how it was built by its very first settlers—a great workout and history lesson all in one.


As you wander through the streets, you'll notice that the streets are designed to accommodate horses and carriages. Also, the street names reference local characters or activities, such as Aunt Peggy's Lane or Printers Alley. Whatever route you take through town, you're bound to enjoy your walk down history.


Swizzle Stick

Considered Bermuda’s National Drink, the Rum Swizzle is a blend of light and dark rums mixed with natural fruit juices. At the Swizzle Inn, they are known to have the best in town.


The Swizzle Inn is Bermuda's oldest pub. It's been around since the 17th century and its famous rum concoction is legendary. Just be careful because the drink goes down smoothly! You can enjoy lunch, dinner or a refreshing cocktail. And, you're bound to find a souvenir or two at the gift shop!

Have a rum swizzle at Swizzle Inn in Bermuda.
Rock Island Coffee serves Bermuda's local coffee.

Cream and Sugar, Please

You might be a loyal fan of Starbucks(R), but you’ve got try Rock Island Coffee while you're in Bermuda. It's the only locally owned coffee company in Bermuda. 


Rock Island also has raspberry scones, paintings by local artists and the owner is a descendant of one of the colony’s founding families. Enjoy talking with the locals at this cafe!

Treasured Glass

At Dockyard Glassworks, you can watch the artists' work as they create colorful shapes with hot glass. You'll feel a bit of the heat from the furnace as you watch them demonstrate the process.


You can also browse through the shop and see all the locally made pieces of art. And, take a step next door and try a rum cake from the Bermuda Rum Cake Company.

Dockyard Glassworks

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