U.S. Virgin Islands

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Like three very different sisters, St. Thomas, St. Croix, and St. John each have their own allure. St. Thomas bustles with shoppers snapping up duty-free bargains. St. Croix is full of historical ruins, and St. John and its Virgin Islands National Park is where Mother Nature shines her best.

U.S. Virgin Islands Cities and Regions

Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas

The territory's capital city bustles with shoppers looking for that perfect take-home gift. Historic sites also provide an introduction into the island's plantation past. See our St. Thomas Travel Guide

East End, St. Thomas

Home to the island's most luxurious hotels, the area serves as a jumping off point for boating and ferry trips to nearby cays and St. John.

Christiansted, St. Croix

The island's main town offers a wide variety of shopping and dining options, all tucked into 18th- and 19th-century buildings. Fort Christiansvaern is the historic centerpiece. See our St. Croix Travel Guide

West End, St. Croix

Historic Frederiksted and its few stores, dive shops, and restaurants form the heart of this region, but stunning white sandy beaches lie on the outskirts.

Cruz Bay, St. John

Shops, restaurants, and taxi drivers vie for visitors' attention in busy Cruz Bay. That said, it's still not much more than a waterfront village. See our St. John Travel Guide

Coral Bay, St. John

St. John’s other town, though small, is growing rapidly. Shops and restaurants intermittently line the main road that stretches from Coral Bay proper to points southeast.

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