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Pétion-Ville

Pétion-Ville is a wealthy suburb to the southeast of Port-au-Prince, in Central Haiti. It is known for its nightlife and restaurants, many of which have large expat crowds.

6.9km

18.5167-72.2833

Cap-Haïtien

the country's second biggest city, on the Atlantic coast near some beautiful beaches and interesting old forts.

127km

19.75-72.2

Labadie

a private port used by cruise ships.

130km

19.786389-72.245556
Sights

National Palace (Haiti)

The National Palace collapsed during the earthquake and offers one of Port-au-Prince's most startling reminders of the quake's power. Adjacent to the palace used to be one of Port-au-Prince's many tent cities, whose over 1000 residents occupied what used to be the most beautiful park in Haiti, the Champs-de-Mar, but the residents have now been evicted. As of 2018, the ruins of the palace has been removed and construction of new, identical, palace is to commence.

108m

18.54311111-72.33886111

Musée du Panthéon National Haïtien

A museum featuring the heroes of the independence of Haiti and the Haitian history and culture. Individual guided tour through a chronology of Haitian history are avalible. Each period has its own mural and contains paragon items of that time: the anchor of the Santa Maria, Christopher Columbus's flagship, is the centrepiece of the exploration age section.

278m

18.54327-72.33722

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Port-au-Prince

Haiti
Port-au-Prince is the capital and largest city of Haiti.

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Climate

Average temperatures

Jan

31°C23
Precipitation: 33 mm

Feb

31°C22
Precipitation: 58 mm

Mar

32°C22
Precipitation: 86 mm

Apr

32°C23
Precipitation: 160 mm

May

33°C23
Precipitation: 231 mm

Jun

35°C24
Precipitation: 102 mm

Jul

35°C25
Precipitation: 74 mm

Aug

35°C24
Precipitation: 145 mm

Sep

34°C24
Precipitation: 175 mm

Oct

33°C24
Precipitation: 170 mm

Nov

32°C23
Precipitation: 86 mm

Dec

31°C22
Precipitation: 33 mm