Cap Haitien is the second biggest city in Haiti. It lies along a narrows on the northern bank of the nation. The city is little and sufficiently smaller that you can walk generally puts. There are, nonetheless, many cabs and engine taxis accessible. The downtown range is brimming with French frontier engineering - it would seem that New Orleans may have looked before. There is a wide promenade, Boulevard du Carenage, along the sound offering a pleasant view and ocean air. Various eateries line the Boulevard. The downtown has shops and eateries, yet most oblige local people.
The Cathedral and Grand Place downtown are additionally rather great. The close-by town of Milot is the portal to the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Sans Souci Palace and the Citadelle Henri Christophe, both worked by King Henri Christophe. The royal residence ruins are noteworthy, just like the Citadelle, a gigantic manor that has been redesigned and is truly entirely astounding to see. Commercial centres spot the city with excited hurrying around. Walkways are packed with merchants pitching everything from charcoal to second hand bikes straight from Miami by pontoon. In the event that it's avocado or mango season, help yourself out and get a few. Toward the north of the city are a couple of excellent shorelines. The Boulevard du Carenage is a decent walk.