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Things to Do in Curacao by CruiseBe
Curacao means almost 280 square miles of summer and breathtaking adventures. The whole country of lively songs and dances. The whole island of amazing views and endless relaxation. Would you like to know what to do in Curacao from cruise ship? This list of the best attractions in Curacao...
Curacao  is the largest island of the Lesser Antilles group in the Caribbean. The island's capital is the city of  Willemstad , which is also the center of the Netherlands Antilles. It has a very bright city center, complete with traditional Dutch architecture, canals,...
We continue walking around the colorful capital of Curaçao - the city of Willemstad ... License plates are also very merry: -)... By the way, "Guilders" has been remained as the currency on the islands, while the Netherlands adopted the euro. And citizens of these islands have the...
After Hato Caves, Boca Pistol, and the beach, we went to look at flamingos. We were promised to see a lot of them. It turned out that they flew somewhere for lunch ... Here are those that stayed at home... :( Just a miserable bunch. Here are views of surroundings...
We spent only one day on the island of  Curaçao, that's why I'll show you only  "superficial cruise notes". For what Curaçao stuck in my memory? First of all, for its "jokingly-colored" capital of Willemstad, where as many as 765 monuments or buildings are under...
The port of the island of  Curacao  in Willemstad. This is the capital of the  Curacao island .  A path along the pier. The Adventure of the Seas liner awaits as passenger head into the  city. The Old Fort. Lizards are found all over the...
The island of  Curacao is part of the Netherlands and Dutch is the island’s official language. However, the majority of the population speaks Papiamento (a mix of Spanish, Dutch, Portuguese and English). The economy in  Curacao island has developed due to oil refineries and a...
Outside the house of a local painter. The home was a former plantation; Curacao  Island was involved in slavery. Behind the house is an exhibition. Cactuses beginning to bloom. Statue behind the house. A local bus: Flamingoes in the distance: Heading back...
Before liner’s departure, passengers have a change to walk around the city of  Willemstad . Narrow channels divide the city into two parts. Two bridges were built over the channel: one high for transport and one for pedestrians. Willemstad was established by the Dutch, therefore...