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In 1634, the Netherlands people created a trading settlement on the Caribbean island of Curaçao at a fine natural harbor. The city continuously grew over the following centuries. The current region is made up of several distinct historic districts whose architecture represents
not only concepts of European urban planning but also the Netherlands, Spanish and Portuguese styles.
Willemstad separated Sint Anna Bay into two portions, which led to Schottegat Harbour. The two sides, Punda and Otrabanda ("Other Side"), are connected by the Koningin Emma ("Queen Emma") Bridge; completed in 1888 and restored in 1939, in the early 21st century, the bridge underwent significant restorations. In 1974 it completed a fixed bridge. Willemstad is an industrial, petroleum storage and refining, tourism and banking hub in the Caribbean.
Queens Emma bridge is the floating bridge that connects the eastern Punda and Western Ottobanda district of Willemstad, this local landmark sometimes called Our Swinging Old Lady. It has the distinction of being the world’s only floating wooden bridge, travels can enjoy gorgeous scenery and landmark with coffee and meal while marveling at boats sailing through the open arm of the bridge, To observe the arch lights that span the entire bridge, particularly at night. They rotate colours of the rainbow and in streaky splashes of colour light up the harbor.
Willemstad is known for the row of colourful houses in the Punda area along Sint Anna Bay. You won't be able to take your eyes off the colorful houses in Willemstad.
Mambo Beach Blvd. is a must-stop place in Willemstad with tranquil water the place for all the beach-loving people Mambo is very picturesque and Amazing views. This is a beautiful beach and great for families with young kids and teenagers, stopover facility is accessible for swimming and snorkeling for the water lover peoples, there are several bars and restaurants right on the beach. Easy to get to. Plenty of free parking.
Car hire is the perfect alternative for discovering the beach's beauty.
Mauritshuis Museum gives you remarkable works of art, amazing architecture of this building and its surroundings, almost hard to believe Vermeer oil painting Girl with a Pearl Earring such great work and a masterclass. Riffort village is a waterfront mall with spectacular and amazing views of the harbor, a variety of good restaurants both inside the walls of this old fort, Yet even on top of the walls, facing the ocean, you can find countless photoshoots of the city-shore front pictures and the pontoon bridge.
Nightlife on the Willemstad island offers you some good waterfront bars, Casinos, local bars, best jazz music on the island as if you are ready to relax after a long day in the sun. You can enjoy live music on one of the many restaurant terraces or beaches, experience the usual ambiance in a nearby bar, hop on the dance floor in nightclubs and discotheques. It is the best way to have fun in Willemstad Ireland's nightlife with car hire over public transport.
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We were unlucky with a little issue with the car (overheating engine) the day before leaving But this was with 9210 help good solved by Alamo. Without any trouble we get a other (bigger) car for the last day. All the Alamao personel at the airport and the headoffice is very friendly and cooperative. thanks!