It's the fasted way into town from the cruise terminal. It's interesting how it swings back and forth and is older than you would imagine!
About Queen Emma Pontoon Bridge
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This bridge called the "Swinging Old Lady" is more than 100 years old and one of the main attractions of the Dutch Kingdom island Curaçao. The bridge divides the capital of Willemstad is the connection between the two parts of the shopping area surrounded with...More
Interesting foot and bike/scooter (putput) pontoon bridge connecting the cruise ship area with downtown. Quick access to all the shops! Nice view of the city (and your cruise ship) from along the way. If they have to open it for boat traffic you are in...More
Having never seen or walked across a pontoon bridge, this was very cool. We got to see the bridge open to allow for boat traffic as well. It is a nice entry point into Willemstad, something that should not be missed.
First from walking on this huge floating bridge, really feels like you are walking on water! A whole 168metres that swings open to allow ships to pass through. Was fun watching this work and a fun ride back over in the ferry
The bridge is one of the first things you see when entering town from the cruise boat. It's an interesting way to mKe a bridge. GreT placevto take pictures too.
When you visit Willemstad you just have to cross this bridge connecting punda to otrobanda. When a ship has to pass the bridge will move to the otrobanda side and you can take the free ferryboat to cross. We just loved it and kept on...More
I have visited Curacao three times during my life, the first time I went there was in 1973 then twice last year. It is a beautiful island and always getting better and better and better. It is so so clean, they have made a few...More