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As águas azuis de Curaçau

Informações práticas sobre Curaçau

Passear pela cidade

Getting around Curacao is usually the combined effort of public transport and taxis or rental cars. There are two types of buses in Curacao: traditional metro-style buses and smaller passenger vans. The larger buses (konvoi) run infrequently between major points in the city, while the vans may be more frequent and flexible about routes to get you closer to your destination. Most of the larger hotels also operate free shuttles to the shopping districts in Willemstad. Hiring a car in Curacao is a good way to see the entire island, and cars are available from the airport or in town. Note that streets are often poorly marked and road hazards may include pedestrians, donkeys, goats and iguanas.

Hora local

Local time is GMT –4.


Electrical current is 120 volts, 50Hz. Two-pronged flat plugs are used.


The official currency is the Netherlands Antilles Guilder or Florin (ANG or NAFl), which is divided into 100 cents. US currency is accepted everywhere and the Guilder is tied to the US Dollar. Large notes in US Dollars and Guilders may be hard to cash or find change for. Most major credit cards are widely accepted. Banks and exchange bureaux will change foreign currency and ATMs are available.


The international dialling code for Curaçao is +599. The outgoing code is 00 followed by the relevant country code (e.g. 0027 for South Africa). There are no internal area codes. All local telephone numbers begin with 9 and are typically seven digits. Telephone cards for use at public phones can be purchased at post offices, roadside snack bars and petrol stations. The island is covered by a GSM 900/1800 network. Internet cafes are available.

Número de emergência

911 (Police); 912 (Ambulance)

Informações sobre visto e saúde

Tudo sobre visto e informações sobre saúde

Feriados públicos


Curacao International Airport


Chegar à cidade

Taxis and buses run between the airport and Willemstad.

Locação de carros

Avis, Budget and Hertz are among the car rental agencies on site at the airport.

Táxis do aeroporto

Taxis are available from the plaza to the right of the arrivals hall exit.


The airport has a 24-hour automatic currency exchange machine, banks and ATMs. There is also duty-free shopping, bars and restaurants.


There is a parking facility with 300 bays positioned immediately outside the airport terminal. The first 30 minutes cost ANG 3, up to one hour is ANG 4, and each subsequent hour is ANG 1 up to ten hours. The daily rate is ANG 18.50.


Free wifi is available in the terminal. There are also paid internet workstations on the ground and second floors.