Destination guide Barbados

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ROADS:
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THE PAVED ROAD NETWORK IS THOROUGH AND WELL MARKED. DRIVING
IS ON THE LEFT. SPEED LIMITS ARE 60KPH & 80 KPH ON HIGHWAY.
AND 35KM/H IN THE TOWN.

WITH AN OVERALL LENGTH EXCEEDING 1280KM THE SYSTEM OF ROADS
LINKS ALL FASCINATING SITES, BEACHES & ACCOMMODATION TOGETHER.

TAXIS: TAXIS DO NOT HAVE METERS BUT FARES ARE REGULATED BY
THE GOVERNMENT.
CAR RENTAL: CARS MAY BE RENTED WITH OR WITHOUT A CHAUFFEUR.
MOTOR SCOOTERS AND BICYCLES ARE EASILY AVAILABLE FOR RENT.
PRICES ARE NOT TOO HIGH.
PUBLIC TRANSPORT: THIS MEANS OF TRANSPORT IS THE BEST IN
THE REGION. BLUE TRANSPORT BUSES OR YELLOW PRIVATE
MINIBUSES RUN ON A REGULAR SCHEDULE.

AIR:
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THERE ARE SEVERAL SMALL, LOCAL AND REGIONAL AIRLINES SUCH
AS LIAT, AEROPOST AND AIR MARTINIQUE LINKING BARBADOS TO
ITS NEIGHBOURING ISLANDS.

SEA:
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CRUISES ARE COMMON IN BARBADOS. THE PORT OF BRIDGETOWN IS
WELL KNOWN FOR THESE AS IT IS A MODERN DEEP-WATER FACILITY,
APPROXIMATELY HALF A MILE FROM THE CITY CENTRE.
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