We were crazy about this bridge. Never seen anything like it! We couldn't stop walking across it! a must see and we were within 10 minutes away at the Renaissance Hotel.
This was one of the first landmarks that we saw when our NCL cruise ship docked at Willemstad. We had a good view from the ship and also drove over when going into town. It is a very tall bridge and that's all. There is a memorial for the people (15)who died during construction of the bridge when it collapsed.
As you can read on most reviews its just a bridge nothing special. Most of the Tourists that visited Curacao has passed over it. Its nothing special it is as bridges are everywhere in the World,
I would like to start with this isn't an attraction but yet something to take a picture of if it strikes your fancy. It can only be driven over and is very tall with great views of Punda and Otrabanda. They are currently doing construction so be very careful when driving on it.
Sure, its a bridge... but does it get your attention. This bridge is for motor vehicles only, and it takes you well up and over the bay from Ortabanda to Punda. If you are scared of heights, don't look out over the edge... it can be pretty scary to look down. Its a very picturesque spot to grab a quick... More
Must see in person on foot... the usual tourist shops (it is a cruise ship stop) however the (circular) open air produce mart and the fish market right on the boats at dockside are truly unique and worth the trip. If you want to see the fresh fish go in the morning --- the buildings really are painted the colors... More
The signage came up too fast and we missed our turn-off, but the views spans a large portion over the south of the island, but don't take your eyes of the road! :-). There were no pull outs as far as what we saw, so don't plan on getting stuck on the bridge! You might have to take a few... More
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