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The streets of Bridgetown are crowded with lots of stores and shoppers. Many of those stores sell jewelry, fine gold, watches, etc. I wasn't in the market for this sort of stuff so they were pretty much of no interest to me.
Updated Dec 8, 2011
I wanted to see this store because it had such an unusual name.
Colombian Emeralds Int'l.
Perfumes & Cosmetics
Liquor & Tobacco
One Hour Photo Lab
Polo Ralph Lauren
The Balcony Restaurant
Fortress Mutual Funds
What to buy: I bought a good map for driving around in the car at Page's bookstore. I got crystal from the UK for my DIL's birthday from the gift shop. I got emerald jewelry for my daughter whose birthday is in May from the Columbian Emerald outlet in the store.
I had the crystal shipped, and it arrived in good shape.
What to pay: Some of the items are duty free.
Updated Apr 4, 2011
Address: Broad Street
Diamonds International is the fine jeweller and designer watch retailer on the sun kissed island of Barbados.
There’s no denying that diamonds really are a girls best friend, and so from necklaces to rings to all sorts of bling, Diamonds International can make sure your jewellery reflects your personal style. From extravagant to surprisingly inexpensive, Diamonds International’s incomparable selection of conflict free diamonds & stunning settings allow you to customize your perfect piece, or choose from a designer collection.
Whether shopping for your wedding day or for a piece that dazzles year round, male or female, traditional or contemporary, their service, convenient locations, fine jewellery and watches are sure to delight!!
What to buy: Loose diamonds & tanzanite are particularly spectacular, have your pick at a diverse collection of loose stones in ever cut, colour, clarity and carat weight you can imagine.
Their expertise in the area is unrivaled and gives you the confidence and knowledge to purchase wisely.
In addition Diamonds International features many of the world most highly regarded timepieces, such as: Cartier, Breitling, Bvlgari, IWC, Piaget, Audemars Piguet and Chopard to name a few. Not to mention their collectors items and limited edition pieces that make them a MUST see!
What to pay: Prices vary depending on the item, however you can bank on savings between 5-25% off of the US and UK retail prices on designer jewellery and timepieces.
When it comes to diamonds and other loose gems Diamonds International's mother company Almod is a DTC site holder and buys drectly from the source, thus cutting out the middle man and allowing them to pass those savings on to you and me!
Updated Jul 24, 2009
Address: Broad Street Bridgetown
Phone: 246 430 2400
Broad Street is Bridgetown is dotted along its length with duty free shops. You name your duty free of choice and this is the place to come and purchase it : jewellery, alcohol, tobacco products, perfume, etc.
Shops are generally open Monday to Friday 9:00am to 5:00pm and Saturday 9:00am to 1:00pm. Shops are generally closed on Sunday.
What to buy: Its worth noting that many of the products are available cheaper elsewhere. Barbadian rum is best purchased from one of the supermarkets to get the best price.
What to pay: Standard duty free prices.
Updated Feb 15, 2009
Address: Broad Street, Bridgetown
This seems to be typical of the Caribbean, in that I mean duty-free shopping. There's the typical touristy stuff that it sold here. You can find lots of duty free shopping next to the cruise ship dock. There's a post office located here as well as well as a mailbox.
Updated Dec 4, 2007
This is a busy shopping street in the centre of Bridgetown. There's nothing particularly touristy about it, just clothes shops, a variety store and other things you would find in a mall of this kind anywhere else. I guess the main attraction is just watching the Bajans go about their business.
Written Jun 4, 2005
There are numerous stalls around Bridgetown where you can buy handmade leather footwear. They will cut, shape and tan the leather for you right there. There are also ready-to-wear shoes. They are guaranteed to last a lifetime by the makers (I guess we'll have to see about that ;-). It's worthwhile shopping around because there are a lot of guys doing the same thing.
What to pay: You can pay between BB$50 and BB$80, depending on what you want and the size of your foot.
Written Jun 3, 2005