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We were there on a Sunday. Parking is free and only food shops are open, all the rest is closed. This is not bad as there is then less people on the streets. The best view is on the other side of the bridge or...More
It doesn't take long to explore Punda. Lots of colorful buildings and the old market. the floating market was not operational at the time we visited. Lots of upscale jewelry stores (no tax) for some reason.
Absolutely gorgeous area, the colors and architecture are out of this world. This area is also the main one shown on magnets, ornaments, and other pieces of art, so it's neat to visit it before you get your souvenir.
Punda is a beautiful place near the port. It has the iconic buildings there. Also, tons of shopping and restaurants. The restaurants a few blocks away from the port are cheaper with very authentic dishes.
Wanted a light dinner and drinks so we met up with a new friend who works at 27. Pub atmosphere with outdoor seating, inside dance floor area and a very good DJ. They had a drink special for two hours that evening which drew a...More
Loved it here and i liked the cafes which served the best iced coffees.To sit at the harbour and soak in the atmosphere was great. A lively place with lots of little shops and some street artists. There was a good breeze for the most...More
There are a number of different shops here which you can easily get some souvenirs. You can negotiate price with the store. Make sure you check what you get and tried on. Some of the products have stains on and are not very pleasant but...More
Anyone visiting Curacao must make the trip to Punda. The quaint little shops and bars that line the streets are filled with both tourists and locals. Beware - Parking on the street is not free in the downtown area and you’ll need change to use...More
We had no trouble finding a taxi at any time. By the way, it was strongly recommended by our tour guide, a local, that if you are out past 9pm on the island, that you take taxi anywhere you want to go for safety reasons.