During my recent trip to Curaçao I discovered that this island in the southern Caribbean has both beauty and brains. In addition to all the benefits of a resort vacation, it also offers plenty of interesting culture for when you're ready to give your sun-baked skin a rest.
The art and architecture in Willemstad, Curaçao’s capital city, makes the island one of the most exciting destinations in the Caribbean.
For centuries Curaçao has been known primarily for its namesake liqueur, Blue Curaçao. However, with the introduction of this new vineyard, that might soon change.
The island of Curaçao in the southern Caribbean Sea may be small, it's still full of surprises. Here's 10 fascinating things I learned during my visit.
I didn’t originally go to Curaçao for the beaches: The island has miraculously good weather year-round, and I was more enamored with the Insta-dream of colorful buildings.
Caribbean editor Gay Nagle Myers is attending the Caribbean Tourism Organization's annual State of the Industry Conference in Curacao this week. Before the business meetings got underway, she had a chance to explore.