St. George is small, historical town (most buildings date from early 1600 - 1700) on the far eastern tip of the island. Its narrow passageways, fort, and city square overlook a natural harbor and appear as they did centuries ago when the English first landed here. In St. George, you'll find quiet restaurants and authentic shops far away from the busy port town of Hamilton (where cruise ship routinely dock during peak seasons). There's also pubs lining waterfront. Depending where you are staying on the island, St. George is very close to the airport, you could have a quick visit before leaving or hit it up on arrival as I did. It's a great welcome to the island and unlike anything you'll find in the Caribbean. As always in Bermuda, the pink bus is the cheapest and easiest way to get to St. George. But ferries also run from Hamilton which would give you a nice view of the rugged nature of the island.