St. John’s can be found at the heart of the Caribbean Sea in the West Indies, and is the capital city of the twin island nation of Antigua and Barbuda. The settlement of St. John’s was first colonized in 1632 and boasts a rich history that can be discovered at the Museum of Antigua and Barbuda, which is located here.

The world renowned, always-sunny harbors are known as Heritage and Redcliffe Quays, and regularly host a wide variety of seafaring yachts and cruise ships. As one of the most developed and worldly cities in the Lesser Antilles, St. John’s is also popular for its designer boutiques and high-end shopping malls, making it a favorite tourist destination.

With more than 365 beaches to choose from, this is also a water-lover’s paradise, and the tropical climate encourages adventure. The docks are conveniently located with easy access to the pier and a wide variety of shopping. Be sure to check out the 16th century St. John’s cathedral while here, as well as English Harbor, where many of the buildings date back to the 18th century and remain in their original condition.

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