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  • Address: Willemstad, Curacao

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Queen Juliana Bridge Tours

The Queen Juliana Bridge crosses St. Anna Bay in the Curacao capital of Willemstad. The original structure collapsed in 1967, killing four people, and has since been replaced with the current bridge, which opened on Queen’s Day in 1974. The bridge is a minimalist structure that spans 500 meters in length and stands at over 55 meters at its highest point. It’s the tallest bridge in the Caribbean.

As you cross this four-lane structure, unparalleled views from its apex stretch across Punda, Otrobanda, and the Schottegat, making it one of the most scenic viewpoints on the island. If a ship passes through while you cross the bridge, all the better. Many visitors to Curacao also claim that the views are particularly impressive – if not better – at night.

Practical Info

The Queen Juliana Bridge crosses over St. Anna Bay in Willemstad. Due to weather and structural concerns, the bridge is only open to road traffic so pedestrians and cyclists are unable to cross it.

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Curacao TukTuk City Tour, Curacao, null
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Curacao TukTuk City Tour

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Enjoy the grand tour of Willemstad in the comfort of a Tuk Tuk vehicle. Learn all about the extensive history of this 'UNESCO World Heritage' city, from ...  Read more

Location: Curacao
Duration: 60 minutes (approx.)

From USD $25.00
Complete Island Tour of Curacao, Curacao, City Tours
TVRM_SORTED : true ESSENTIAL : 2 ADMISSION : 5

Complete Island Tour of Curacao

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Explore the city, stop at the Kura Hulanda Village, the Curacao Liquor Factory and Fort Nassau for some beautiful pictures. Curacao has a very interesting ...  Read more

Location: Willemstad, Curacao
Duration: 6 hours (approx.)

From USD $64.00

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