Queen Emma Bridge
The only still operating floating bridge in the WORLD! a must see, be carefull not to get 'stuck' on the bridge thought once it opens to let the boats through you can't leave the bridge, just enjoy the sights then.
A great sight especially at night. Just a 3-5 minute walk from the hotel. This bridge connects the city of Otrobanda with the other part of the city called "Punda".
“This is another locally visited beach. There is an entry fee per vehicle, which ensures the cleanliness of the beach. The seating is free; however, we recommend arriving earlier to find a spot in the shade. There is a restaurant offering midday snacks and delicious milkshakes for when you're hungry, after snorkeling. We rate this beach 4 stars ”
“Make sure to walk over to Punda one day (10 minute walk). De Handelskade, our historic waterfront strip, is a vibrant reminder of Curaçao’s Dutch heritage, as well as a favorite photo-op for professional photographers and visitors alike. ”
“Miles, named after Jazz legend Miles Davis, is a cozy Jazz Café in the Nieuwestraat. Here you can enjoy laid back Jazz music from real vinyl turntables and cold drinks in a relaxing atmosphere. It's a small place which is visited by locals and tourists alike. It's easy to meet new people here. ”
“Very nice bar with great musicians local and sometimes from abroad. Laid back atmosphere and good service. Their cheese balls and funchi fries are some of the best I ever had. Keep an eye out for their Rock Chicks evening, those are the best! ”