Bridgetown Flights GuideBridgetown is the capital city of Barbados and offers many must-see historical monuments. Lord Nelson's statue in the National Heroes Square marks the center of Bridgetown. Visit Independence Square that offers a waterfront view of the parliament building. During special holidays such as Barbados' Independence Day and Christmas, Independence Square is lit up various colors. For the more adventurous, Bridgetown also offers various diving sites some of which you can swim through wrecked ships and others beautiful reefs. You can also snorkel with sea turtles in the Barbados water.
Bridgetown is a half an hour drive from the international airport, but the island is small enough to easily travel on side trips. Harrison's Cave is a muse-see when in Barbados. A tour inside Harrison's Cave let's you see the 2.3 kilometers long cavern's crystallized limestone walls and pools of clear water.
Bridgetown has a tropical climate with distinct wet and dry seasons. June through January is the wet season, and February through May make up the dry season. Despite the long wet season, the average temperatures in Bridgetown stay near the same throughout the calendar year. It's always hot in Bridgetown.Because the weather in Bridgetown remains constant all year long, it's very simple to decide when to fly out and visit. The peak tourist season occurs from December to April. Keep in mind Caribbean hurricane season lasts from June to November. During hurricane season, travel rates are cheaper and there are ways to remain safe while planning a trip to Bridgetown during hurricane season.
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