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There are lots of sights around the island. So no matter where you stay its a good idea to rent a car to see the other parts. Driving was a little scary because most of the times there are not traffic lines on the road. People also drive very fast and most roads are only 2-ways. When entering a circle/rotary/round-a-bout you need to follow the signs to see who has the right of way. There are not many street signs but there are signs that point you in the right direction. I rented a car from the place where I was staying.
Written May 12, 2007
Cab, shuttle or taxi? The last thing you need to worry about when you’ve landed in Curacao, is how to get from Point A to Point B.
Whether you need to grab a cab for a quick trip across town or make multiple stops along the day, TioTaxi can offer convenient, reliable service.
With a fleet of well-maintained and clean vehicles and a staff of knowledgeable drivers that can find the best way to your destination quickly and safely, TioTaxi is a name to remember when traveling to Curacao
Written Aug 5, 2006
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When the Queen Emma Bridge is open and therefore unavailable for pedestrians who wish to cross from one side of Willemstad to the other, they can be transported free of charge by the ponchi, a small ferry.
A very short but necessary journey! The ferries are frequent and efficient!
Written Jun 18, 2005
It is a short 15 minute flight between Curacao and Bonaire on Bonaire EXEL.
We left on time, after we waited 3 hrs for our flight. The flight that we were to be on had been discontinued so it pays to confirm the flight before arriving at the airport.
Written Jun 13, 2005
The best way to get around the island is to rent a car, buy a map, and drive.
Most of the roads are paved, driving is on the right, and it is easy to get around.
We got our car from Budget and were very pleased with the service.
Written Jun 11, 2005
Hato Airport is about 15 minutes by car from Willemstad. Bus No. 6 goes to the Otrobanda bus station, the fare is 1,25 ANG.
Curacao has direct flights to Amsterdam, Miami, San Juan, Atlanta, other Caribbean islands and South America.
There is a departure tax of 6,80 US$ for flights to Bonaire, Aruba and St. Maarten and 22 US$ for all other destinations.
Written Apr 18, 2005
If you're lucky enough to catch ships passing through Willemstad's harbor you can experience the rather unique opening of the pontoon bridge that swings out like a gate. Locals call it "the swinging old lady."
When the bridge is open, pedestrians are transported free of charge by the ponchi, a small ferry.
Written Jan 12, 2004
There are no direct flights to Curaçao from the UK, but convenient connections are available with scheduled airlines. These include KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, which flies daily to Curaçao from Amsterdam (to which there are regular connecting flights from more than 20 UK airports); British Airways to Caracas, with connecting flights from Air Aruba, DCA, Avensa and Aserca; Air Jamaica from London-Heathrow via Montego Bay, Jamaica (Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays); and charter flights with Sobelair via Brussels.
Updated Aug 25, 2002
*By windjammer:Check out information on my travelogue:How to get there?
Written Aug 25, 2002
*By cruise ship:Check out information on my travelogue:How to get there?
Written Aug 25, 2002
1 Review and 520 Opinions just perfect!!!! service and Quality!!!!!!!!