> Public Transport
There are no car rentals in Bermuda. Visitors can ride public buses and ferries, rent a moped or scooter, use taxis - or even hire a horse and carriage. The public bus system is not only a very good way of getting around - you are bound to meet Bermudians that will be happy to share their favorite place to eat, drink or visit!
Metered taxis can be found at the airport and most large hotels. Taxis can also double as tour operators if you want to piece together your own sightseeing tour of the island. Drivers turn off the meter in such circumstances and generally turn on the charm. Their knowledge and commentary can add plenty of local color to a tour. Expect to pay an hourly rate.
Ferries are a scenic way to get around and, in some cases, are much faster than the bus. Ferries connect Hamilton with Paget, Warwick and the Somerset/Dockyard area. Walking is the obvious way to get around Bermuda's towns but walking between towns is not much fun since the narrow roads rarely have sidewalks. Horse and carriage rides are for romance rather than getting from A to B.