With a population of around 142,000 people, Curacao is more populated than its neighbors. Visitors are dazzled not only by its incredible beaches but by the traditional Dutch architecture with bright, pastel colors. In addition to natural attractions, the territory is home to the Queen Juliana Bridge. At 185 feet in height, it’s one of the tallest bridges in the world and by far the tallest in the Caribbean. If you get a chance, drive across it to take in great views of St. Anna Bay. Curacao is home to aquariums, national parks, ostrich farms, forts and many amazing scuba-diving spots. The cuisine here is flavored by European, East Asian and West Indian influences, so dining out is a lot of fun. With year-round warm temperatures, gentle breezes and low humidity, Curacao is a great place to visit year-round.
- Capital city - Willemstad
- Language - Dutch and Papiamentu
Willemstad, the capital city of the island of Curacao in the Caribbean Islands
The boardwalk in Willemstad, Curacao, is a walking spot for locals and visitors to the island. It's a nice place to enjoy the tropical environment. Here are a few bars and restaurants with outdoor terrace with sea view
Klein Curaçao is an small uninhabited island on the south-east of Curaçao. One of the turistic attractions is the lighthouse that is the one of the few existing structures on the island, along with a beach house and some huts. The lighthouse was first built in 1850. It has a height of 20m (66ft) and it is lit by a solar panel of LED light.