Many restaurants and cafes offer a wide variety of good eats and beverages. Lots of variety to the shops available as well. I visited 2 years ago and the Riffort seems to have gone a little more "high end" on some of the stores and prices, which is too bad. It's a great place to visit, but prices are definitely... 更多
The walls of the old fort enclose a modern series of tourist restaurants and shops for cruise passengers. Good view of the harbour from the ramparts. Stairs are steep and without handrails....not for the elderly of mobility challenged.
A nice clean and safe area. Good for shopping, but can be fairly expensive. Top brand labels. Cafe and ice-cream shops near by to relax in if the shopping gets too much.
There actually was a fort here, built in 1828, and traces of which are clearly visible all around you ibn the form of thick walls, low arches, and crenellations. To-day it has been integrated with both the Renaissance Curacao Resort and the very upmarket Curacao Mall, offering everything from, gambling to fine dining to upscale retailers including a quite wonderful... 更多
Close to the cruise terminal you can easily walk the short distance to Riffort Village. It does not cover a vast area but what you get is a combination of the fortifications built in the 1820’s to protect the island that had cannons aiming out to sea and also shops, cafes and restaurants. It is a great place to sit... 更多
We visited the Rif Fort village about 14 years ago and it's changed quite a lot. When we first visited in the centre of the fort was little craft stalls, sadly these have long gone. And has been replaced with many shops, restaurants and bars. A few of these were either closed down or closing down. The views from the... 更多