Discover Belize City
While visiting Belize City, tourists should explore the Old Capital district which features cobblestone streets lined with brightly painted buildings full of history and culture. The Swing Bridge is an iconic structure in this area that provides a glimpse into times past when mule-drawn carts crossed through town. Tourists can also visit St. John's Cathedral which was built in 1812 and still serves as an active place of worship today.
Finally, visitors should take some time to explore the nearby cayes or islands by boat or ferry from Marine Terminal which offers scheduled trips throughout the day or arrange for private excursions. Here tourists can find pristine beaches lined with coconut palms and clear blue waters ideal for swimming or snorkeling among colorful coral reefs teeming with tropical fish life.
Siesta Inn, San Pedro Belize Express Water Taxi, Nohoch Che'en Caves Branch Archaeological Reserve, The Belize Sign Monument, Baron Bliss Lighthouse, Museum of Belize, Bannister Island, Ocean Ferry Belize, Swing Bridge, Saint Joseph Catholic Church, Mesoamerican Reef, Caribbean Palm Inn
United Pentecostal Church, Ebenezer Pentecostal Church, Holy Oil Asssembly of God, Saint Ignatius Church, St. Mary's Church, Shiloh Seventh Day Adventist Church, Seventh Day Adventist Church, Divine Mercy Catholic Church, Ministerio Tribu de Juda, All Saints Church, Universal Church of the Kingdom of God, Gospel Chapel, Saint Martin de Porres Catholic Church, Life Church, Iglesia la Luz del Mundo, Unity Presbyterian Church, Grace Primary Church, Saint Joseph Catholic Church