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Of course, it isn't just buildings and attractions that make a city unique — there's also the people who call it home. Here, there's 230,000 of them.
If you're the type of ebookers customer who enjoys seeing the star attractions, Stingray City is sitting there waiting for you to head to.
If you're holidaying with lively young ones, an afternoon at Aquaventure is sure to calm them down!
Plunge below the ocean's surface and come face-to-face with some of the weird and wonderful creatures that reside there at Dolphin Close Encounter. The best bit? You don't even need to get wet!
Start a wild night out with some card games and bright, sparkling lights at Crystal Palace Casino. It's a wonderful place to get the party started!
Places like the Nassau Botanical Gardens play an important role in both local and worldwide plant conservation efforts. The unique flora collection found here is both interesting and beautifully displayed.
Roll out your rug and watch the clouds tumble by at an urban oasis like the Versailles Gardens and the Ardastra Gardens, Zoo and Conservation Center. Alternatively, stretch your legs and let the kids burn off some energy by wandering around Clifton Heritage National Land and Sea Park or Royal Victoria Garden.
Keep your eyes peeled for interesting-looking birds or simply enjoy staring at the mirror-like water at Lake Nancy and Lake Killarney. Lake Cunningham is another natural waterway that's worthy of an excursion.
If you can hear the ocean calling your name, grab your sunglasses and journey to Cable Beach or Cabbage Beach. Blue Lagoon and Junkanoo Beach are a few other spots to add to your hit list.
You probably know about its must-see shopping centres and museums, but don't forget that Nassau has some pleasant natural havens too. Lost Blue Hole and Atholl Island are two names to keep in mind. For those who haven't quite had their fix, The Retreat Garden National Park and Blue Lagoon Island are a couple more worth experiencing.
If you're seeking to learn a new thing or two or even just find shelter from a wet-weather day, the Pirates of Nassau Museum and the National Art Gallery of the Bahamas ought to be on your list. Ask about group tours or study the eye-opening exhibits in your own time. The Junkanoo Expo and the Pompey Museum are also leading alternatives.
Explore exhibitions full of artefacts, stories and images that tell the captivating story of the region at the Roselawn Museum.
Get a better feel for the past by paying a visit to a few of Nassau's historical sights. Though you're spoilt for choice, Fort Fincastle and Supreme Court are wonderful places to begin. Water Tower and the Cenotaph are two more worthwhile sights.
Those with a thing for military history shouldn't miss Fort Charlotte and Fort Montagu. Visualise the intense sieges that happened there and marvel at the defensive mechanisms that made them so difficult to attack.
Rejuvenate your soul by stopping at Christ Church Cathedral and St. Augustine's Monastery, two historically significant religious sites.
It is said that travelling to new places leaves you speechless, then transforms you into a storyteller. You'll have more tales to tell if you head to some of Nassau's less famous sights, like the Nassau Public Library, the Lucayan Country Club and Bahamas National Trust.