Nicely decorated, but it's quite small. Crowded with touristic busses. We went to several shops, but the employees seem to be a bit tired of the tourists coming in and out.
An easy walk from the cruise pier and also an interesting one. There are a number of very informative signs posted along the way giving you the history of the people and of course of Curacao. There are high end stores but also others, a very lovely Dutch store specializing in Delft porcelain and a great cigar store. Of course... 更多
This is a spot, just not to be bored. Purely orientated on tourists, especially those from the cruise ships that come by for a day or two. For them it's easily to pass through because it's between the cruise terminal and the Queen Emmabridge and Punda. Some shops are already closed and staff isn't that friendly. There are clean toilets... 更多
Worth a visit for a walk especially if there's a cruise ship docked but basically it's mostly an expensive shopping area with a few restaurants. Saw a number of iguanas sunning themselves in the shrubbery near the cruise ships. Some nice views of Punda from the waterfront.
This area is a short walk from the Cruise ship port in Willemstad, Curacao. Lots to do and see here with many shops, restaurants, etc. It is also on your way to the bridge which you can walk across to access the main part of town which offers even more shopping and restaurants etc, This is a very touristy location.... 更多
This is the entry point for cruise ship passengers. Nice shops and little restaurants. Lots of jewelry stores, but that's normal for cruise stops. While there was a couple of souvenir shops it wasn't overcrowded with that type of shop which was nice. We enjoyed our visit.
I knew nothing about Curacao having arrived her unexpectedly. All the brochures showed the Rif Fort and the taxi driver said it was a good place to start. It is picturesque with shops and restaurants. The main town is a few steps away.
Riffort is right ton the harbor, an original structure that once was a fort that protected the harbor. It's been restored and is now a quaint place with stores, restaurants and bars. It's really a nice place to walk around and have a quick bite, and get a few things to bring back!!!
The stores are a mixture of high end, mid price and souvenir shops and are well worth a visit. We've been to Williamstad a number of times and although a pretty location we think the best eateries are to be found in and around this location. Free wifi is a big plus - you have to enter one of the... 更多
Located in a remodeled fort with shops, eateries and occasional local entertainment it is one of the better Caribbean locations for tourist to shop, eat and relax in a small area. Easily accessible to other tourist attractions and areas.