Your Europcar Guide To Making The Most Of Your Visit To Curaçao
Curaçao is often called 'a little bit of Holland in the Caribbean' because of its Dutch Colonial architecture and its long historic ties to the Kingdom of the Netherlands.
It's beauty and colorful spirit are well captured in the painting in our banner by acclaimed Dutch artist Fred Breebart who was born in Harlem in the Netherlands, but spent an important part of his youth on Curaçao, and the 'technicolor' results of his love affair with the visual splendor of the island can be enjoyed and purchased at his website.
At Europcar-Curaçao, our service isn't limited to premium car rental; we also provide premium service and information. Curaçao is best discovered by car, and here in our Europcar Guide To Curaçao you'll find a handy reference guide for your visit.
Once you land at Curaçao's Hato International Airport, Europcar Curaçao's friendly staff will ensure you get on the road as quickly as possible.
Curaçao lies in the southern Caribbean Sea off the northern coast of South America. The island is accessible via airlines and cruise lines. We've compiled an orientation guide for you to say Bon Bini! Welcome to Curaçao!
The biggest annual event on the island proves that Rio's not the only place with a Carnival that you'll remember forever!
You really need a car to get the most out of your visit to Curaçao and we've compiled a helpful guide to driving on the island and the traffic rules to be aware of.
From the world-class Curaçao North Sea Jazz festival, now in it's 4th edition to our annual Carnival and Heineken Regatta, you'll find a lot more to do than just lie in the sun, and a car hire from Europcar-Curaçao will help you take it all in.
Whether you're coming to completely relax and re-charge from the day to day grind, or ready to windsurf, dive, golf or shop under the warm Caribbean sun, Curaçao has it all.
You can explore the earliest known etchings of Curaçao's history from pre-historic times, through conquering explorers and the real 'Pirates of the Caribbean' to present day.
Explore our island's ecological wonders on land, in the air and under the sea.