Cities of the Bahamas: Freeport
The second largest city in the country, friport is a more turmoil and cosmopolitan place than Nassau, a paradise for outdoor activities.
In the city and its surroundings, a huge number of golf courses, tennis courts, dive and fishing centers are concentrated. This is generally not surprising – the city is only half a century, and from the very beginning it was built as a fashionable resort.
The main commercial district of the freeport, which is all here is called Mall, is located between Ranfarli-Sexy and Cherchill-Squill Square, around the city center and "international market". A huge number of markets, hotels and restaurants framed by a thoroughly bended lawns and decorative shrubs are concentrated around the port of Lukay. It is believed that this is the most cheerful and part of the country, with the most stormy nightlife, two casinos and abundance of stores.
One of the attractions of the city is considered to be a restaurant le-Chichen-Snack, which is preparing, as it is believed to be the best chicken-barbecue. The ethnic region itself around the restaurant is not the most prosperous place on the island, but the national flavor, which is in excess, often overlaps all the inconvenience.
On the West Bank, there is a Rand-Memorial Center, which includes the Grand Bahamas Museum and several excellent parks, such as Garden-from-Ze-Zezvz or Eden, in which more than 5,000 species of exotic plants from all over the world grows.
The south of the city, in the middle of the luxurious resort area, lies the Lucayan National Park, on whose territory the world’s largest system of underwater caves, mangrove swamp and many luxurious shores (the total area of the park is about 40 acres).
On the Western tip, you can visit the colorful village of Jack-Ter, where the pirates and underground rum manufacturers once hid.