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Touring St. Thomas

Touring St. Thomas

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MAP OF ST. THOMAS AND ST. JOHN


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WALKING TOURS OF ST. THOMAS

St. Thomas: Charlotte Amalie is a nice place to stroll on steep, narrow streets with Danish names. Most sights are found on the island’s many shopping streets, which are within three blocks of the waterfront. Waterfront Highway provides a harborfront promenade. One block inland is Main Street (Dronningens Gade), followed by Back Street, Snegle Gade, and Crystal Gade. More than a dozen Alleys, Gades, Passages, Plazas, and Malls run between Main Street and the waterfront, all lined with shops. Strollers will find historic Fort Christian and the Virgin Islands Museum at the southeast end of downtown. A tourist information center is located nearby, in the former Grand Hotel. One of the New World’s oldest Jewish congregations in a charming, 1833 synagogue can be found three blocks inland, near the corner of Crystal Gade and Raadets Gade. Toward the west side of Main Street is the Camille Pissaro Art Gallery, named for the impressionist painter, a St. Thomas native, and featuring works by local artists. Walkers will also enjoy the many brick staircases, including the 99 Steps, that connect the steep streets in the northeast corner of downtown.

St. John’s tiny port town of Cruz Bay is good for a short stroll among its cluster of shops and restaurants. The Virgin Islands National Park Visitor Center is a short walk from the dock, and several hiking trails depart from there.

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