Curacao offers good shopping opportunities. Compared
with Brazil, the price of most products is worth it, but
the price difference is not always exorbitant. The maxim
is always to make the conversion before buying a product
to evaluate if it is a worthwhile purchase.
the trade is concentrated in Punda. In the streets of
the capital you will find stores of some of the main
brands in the world, mainly for clothes, perfumes and
makeup. Among the best known stores are Converse, Tommy
Hilfinger, Timberland, in addition to Penha, which is a
local store that sells perfumes, makeup and cosmetics.
There are also electronics stores, such as Boolchand's
and some products are much cheaper than in our country,
just search. For those looking for crafts, a good
alternative is to go to the Old Market, which in
addition to some products, serves local food. If you are interested in retro style items, just visit
InternetAges where you can find vintage cycling jerseys.
In Otrobanda, the best place to shop is the
Renaissance Mall, with great stores like Mango,
Guess and the aforementioned Penha store. Right next to
the mall is the Rif Fort, which is good for buying
travel souvenirs, as well as the stalls outside the fort
that sell handicrafts and souvenirs.
Another alternative for shopping is the Shopping
Bloempot, which has several shops and restaurants.
Punda is the oldest side of the capital of Curaçao,
where the wealthiest people lived. Nowadays the place
has a lot of cool shops and restaurants, as well as an
area called Pitermaai, which is cute. It is worthwhile
to walk around the city to know some of its tourist
spots, such as Floating Market, Waterfort Arches, among
The streets of Punda are also great for those who
want to shop. Penha, for example, is one of the favorite
stores among girls, because there is makeup, perfumes
and cosmetics. Other international brands are among the
shops in the center, especially the clothing brands.
Fort Rif, in Portuguese, was built in 1828 to protect
Anna Bay from foreign invasions. Nowadays the place has
been reformulated and is one of the points of
the city, with several restaurants, bars and even some
small shops. It is worth visiting the fort not only
during the day, but at night. Try to know one of the
restaurants that are in front of the sea, feeling the
Otrobanda is an area of Willemstad that took almost
a century more to develop in relation to Punda. This was
the poorest part of the city, where the slaves lived.
Nowadays the place has a lot of shops, good restaurants
and shops, as well as a great view of Punda.
Otrobanda's street stores are pretty weak; so if you
want to go shopping, go to Renaissance Mall, the best
mall in town.
With an informal and wooded environment, this mall is
one of the best options for Shopping in Curaçao. The
place has stores like Starbucks, Mango, Penha and Guess.
Prices, with minor exceptions, are better than those in
Brazil and although the number of stores is not so
great, it is a good choice for those who want to do some
shopping. At certain times of the year, such as
holidays, stores usually promote very advantageous