Private guide in Port-au-Prince, guided tours in Port-au-Prince, Haiti
Top Attractions in Port-au-PrinceNational Palace, Hotel Oloffson, Cathedrale de Port-au-Prince, Musée d'Art Haïtien du Collège St. Pierre, Musée Nationale, Santa Maria ship, Notre-Dame Cathedral
Currency: Gourde (HTG)
Information about Port-au-Prince
Why not consider Port-au-Prince when planning a venture to a new and interesting destination. Port-au-Prince is the capital of the Caribbean country of Haiti. It features a tropical wet and dry climate and basically constant temperatures over the course of the year. Port-au-Prince’s wet season extends from March through November, with a cease in rainfall during July. The city has a dry season the other three months of the year. Port-au-Prince is one of the nation's largest centers of economy and finance. The capital presently exports its most widely consumed produce of coffee and sugar.
The culture of the city lies primarily in the center around the National Palace as well as its surrounding areas. Popular sites for guests to see include the Pétionville area of Port-au-Prince, the capital is the Hotel Oloffson, a 19th-century gingerbread mansion formerly the home of two previous Haïtian presidents. It has turned into a well-known hub spot for visitors in the central city. The Cathédrale de Port-au-Prince is a renowned location that provides cultural awareness and draws in people from all over to its Neo-Romantic architectural flair.
The Musée d'Art Haïtien du Collège Saint-Pierre houses creations from some of the country's brilliant artists, and the Musée National is a museum that showcases historical relics, featuring a corroded anchor thought to be recovered from Christopher Columbus's famous ship, the Santa María. Additional points of interest include the Archives Nationales, the Bibliothèque Nationale, as well as Expressions Art Gallery. Port-au-Prince is ideal for great vacation plans.