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A mid-Atlantic island, Bermuda is famous for its colonial architecture, pink-sand beaches and crystal blue waters. Great Britain’s oldest existing colony still feels traditionally English, but its proximity to the U.S. means there is a strong American influence. After a heyday in the 1960s, 70s and 80s, the 21-square-mile isle has been popular with families looking for a quick escape, business travelers and with cruise ships. Today the island is buzzing with luxury hotel and restaurant openings and there are an abundance of activities on and off the water.

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