Location: Roseau, Dominica
Take some time out of your Dominica holiday to spend a few hours learning about Roseau’s incredible history and architecture on a walking tour of the city. Hear the colourful and lively stories of Dominica’s capital as you walk by the French Quarter and through the expansive British grid. With a maximum group size of 12 participants led by a knowledgeable guide, you’ll receive a personalized and intimate experience.
- Soak up the atmosphere on a walking tour
- Small-group tour
- Bottled water
- Map of Roseau
- Transport by air-conditioned coach
- Professional guide
- Hotel/Port pick up and drop-off
During this Roseau walking tour, you’ll be lead through the Creole architecture of Roseau, known for its spectacular verandas, while you hear about city’s history and visit the landmarks that reflect its past.
You will start your walking tour at the Old Market Plaza, an expansive series of souvenir stalls. Continue up Church Street to Roseau Cathedral, a beautiful black stone cathedral built in the Gothic style. The Roseau Cathedral reflects the European-meets-Creole influence in Dominica.
Along the way, you’ll visit the War Memorial and the Anglican Church, another example of Europe’s architectural influence on Dominica. From here, you’ll proceed to King George Street before returning to the Roseau Bay Front. Next, you’ll visit the Baracoon Building, one of the last slave market buildings still standing in the Caribbean. Inside, you’ll see the holding cells where the slaves were kept. The tour will end at the Roseau Museum, where you can view displays on the Creole and Amerindian culture.
Departure Point: Lobby of the Garraway Hotel Bay Front, Roseau
Departure Time: 9:00am
Return Details: Returns to original departure point
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