Virgin Islands Visitor Reviews



Christiansted, the capital of the Danish West Indies from 1755 to 1871, is one of two main towns on St. Croix. Located between a busy seaport and green hillsides, the town is well known for it’s many historic yellow buildings. The one square mile town of Christiansted offers you a unique opportunity to visit a historically important town as well as to partake in shopping and dining in a modern setting. Christiansted has maintained it’s Danish architectural richness and offers many buildings and structures of interest, like cobblestone walkways, old churches and imposing fort Christiansvaen.

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Reviewed by coconut    October 10, 2007
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Enjoyed walking along the boardwalk taking in the view of the harbor, boats and Protestant Cay. Some nice restaurants and shops along that area and in the alleys. Great historical sites too. And all picturesque with the harbor, the hills and the historical buildings!

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St. John Feet Fins 4 Wheel Drive


This is a complete, easy-to-use, fun, travel guide to exploring the trails, beaches and roads on St. John, Virgin Islands. It tells you exactly where to go, how to get there and what to do and see when you arrive.

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