Charlotte Amalie, United States Virgin Islands

Charlotte Amalie is a city on the island of St. Thomas in the U.S. Virgin Islands. It is also the capital city of the U.S. Virgin Islands. It is a great and beautiful city that offers a lot of things that you could possibly do, such as shopping, eating at great restaurants, entertainment, and is also full of history.

If shopping is your thing, then Charlotte Amalie is a must visit while you are visiting St. Thomas. There are numerous stores where you can buy purses, jewelry (watches, earrings, diamonds, gem stones, necklaces, rings, and so on) high quality designer items, clothing, and so on. Shopping at the island just seems like there are an endless amount of stores that you can visit!

The port in Charlotte Amalie is the most popular cruise ship port in the West Indies and can be a busting and busy spot to be in. You can see many very large cruise ships here, which means that sometimes there can be numerous people visiting the island. You can also search to see how many cruise ships are due to arrive on the island on any certain day.

If you’re not interested in shopping (or maybe you’re done and want other things to do as well!) there are a lot of other entertainment options that you and your family can do. As I said, there are plenty of historical things that you can do.

There are many historic buildings and then buildings themselves are worth a visit. They can be very colorful and full of great details. If you like interesting architecture, then Charlotte Amalie has a lot of that available for you and your family.

There are eco friendly tours (such as in kayaks and hiking) where you can explore the island, you can tour certain historical buildings, and so on. There are also many delicious restaurants that you can try, nightlife with karaoke, live music, and plenty of dancing.

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