As the second smallest country in Central America, Belize often gets overlooked for its larger and seemingly more glamorous neighbors—and its capital, Belize City, has received much the same thought (or lack thereof). In fact, it has been said to be built “upon a foundation of rum bottles, logwood chips and loose coral,” but don’t let that image fool you. Belize City embodies an eclectic mix of bustling modern amenities with old-fashioned Caribbean charm, featuring many attractions like St. John’s Cathedral, the Museum of Belize, trendy boutiques, restaurants, bars, a casino, and the only functioning manually operated bridge in the world. Outside the city, you can embark on an array of day trips to the largest concentration of Mayan sites in Central America; and with the second longest reef system in the world, diving in Belize is extremely popular.
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