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Brian Lara Promenade

The heart of the busy city. Great for picture-taking, people-watching or tasting the street food from one of the local vendors.

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Attractions near to Brian Lara Promenade

  • Royal Botanic Gardens

    Beautiful gardens with almost 200 years of tradition. Bursting with plants from all around the world and a great picnicking spot.

  • Caroni Bird Sanctuary

    This vast swamp is one of the islands' most diverse ecosystems, best known for the many species of birds found here. Do not miss.

  • Queen's Park Savannah

    The former sugar estate is nowadays the town's most popular park for both exercise and various events. Don't miss the old buildings here.

  • The Red House

    This impressive Greek revival mansion is home to the local parliament. Under renovation, but still worth the visit.

  • Nelson Island

    This small island used to work as an immigration station and later as a detention centre. Packed with interesting history.

  • National Museum and Art Gallery

    A classic museum with a long tradition. Features informative displays that will tell you all about Trinidad and Tobago.

  • Trinity Cathedral

    An Anglican cathedral and one of the islands' oldest landmarks. Recently reconstructed and simply beautiful.

  • The Waterfront Restaurant

    An upscale restaurant serving seafood and more. Fancy atmosphere and pleasant service are its main perks.

  • St. Andrew's Golf Club

    An 18-hole course and one of the oldest on the islands. Provides a truly challenging play with its undulating terrain and bunkers.

  • Spa Esencia

    A luxurious spa offering massages, manicures, pedicures and much more. The place to go if you want to pamper yourself.

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