Curaçao

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Curaçao

Curaçao, a vibrant gem in the southern Caribbean Sea, is a Dutch Caribbean island known for its pastel-coloured colonial architecture and sun-kissed beaches. As a harmonious blend of Dutch and Caribbean cultures, it offers a unique experience to travellers. Dive into its rich history at the Kura Hulanda Museum, explore the prolific street art of Willemstad, or bask in the beauty of beloved beaches like Porto Mari. Don't miss the chance to sample the island's signature Curaçao liqueur, distilled from the bitter fruit of the Valencia Orange. This captivating island is truly a treasure trove of tropical delights.
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Willemstad

Curaçao is an unquenchable source of natural wonders: the island is enriched by dozens of beaches, secret coves and inlets, and is made vibrant by unique tropical vegetation. Just as colourful is the capital, Willemstad, a true jewel box with Dutch flair and plenty of history — in case that famous blue liquor alone does not set you off.