Kingston Travel Guide
Kingston is the national capital and the commercial hub of Jamaica. Kingston is also the largest city in the Caribbean that speaks English. Kingston has the seventh largest natural harbor globally and is surrounded with the sea to the south and the Saint Andrew Mountains to the north.
At the foot of the Blue Mountains, it faces the world's seventh-largest natural harbor; Jamaica's vibrant capital is the largest English-speaking city to the south of Florida's Miami. The center of the country's government and commerce, Kingston is truly the center point of Jamaica, with a wide array of chronological and cultural attractions, along with classy nightlife and cuisine that offers a multi-ethnic contrast to the rest of the island's slow and easy going pace.
Excursion tours may take you to visit mansions such as the historic Devon House, the exciting drama at the Little Theatre and of course to the National Gallery, which houses a wide-ranging assortment of Jamaican art and crafts.
Kingston is a city with fine museums, art galleries and theatres; Kingston is also the birthplace of Jamaica's own reggae music that has swept the world. The metropolitan area of Kingston has many nightclubs, discos for dance, theatre and restaurants that keep nightlife sizzling until early morning.
History is everywhere in Kingston, from the Parish Church of Kingston, where the oldest grave is dated 1699, to the Parade, a energetic, crowded square where British military once drilled. Multicolored and diverse, you can even tee up for golf; or listen to the Jamaican Philharmonic Symphony or watch the Kingston National Dance Theatre perform; picnic on the beach or tour a botanical garden. Kingston also boasts a arts and crafts bazaar and there is exceptional duty free shopping all over the city.
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