Beautiful and pintoresco town, a lot of traffic while we were there, but we enjoy the tour learning about their history
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As part of our stayed in Curacao on August 22,2017 my friends and I visited Otrobanda. Curaçao is one of the historically important quarters of Willemstad, the capital of Curaçao. It contains many of the over 800 UNESCO World Heritage Site registered architectural monuments. Locals...More
Nice for a stroll. Especially the Kura Hulanda Hotel area, the waterfront and the Rift Fort, but less to see and do in Otrobanda than on the other side in Punda. Special recommendation to visit the Slavery & Africa museum at the entrance of the...More
Otrobanda is a fascinating area to visit. We were on foot in the daytime and tried to stay pretty much in busy areas. We had been warned by locals not to stray into quieter places even during the day as there was a crime problem...More
Good for a day trip. Lots of stores and stalls for touristy shopping. The vendors are not as pushy as other places I've visited.
When you cross the famous bridge from Punda you get to otrobanda and also here you'll find nice colourfull buildings, nice restaurants where you can enjoy local food.
This is a "must to visit" place/area Just located on the other site of Pumba, it's the perfect place for you to see the colorful buildings of Pumba side... I have been by night, and the view is really cool. Enjoy!
We had printed off the architectural walking guide for both Otrobanda and Punda and decided to focus on Otrobanda. The guide is obviously outdated, as one street was completely blocked and the building was in great disrepair. The map provided did not have all of...More