House Willemstad & Spaceport 2015 / CuracaoCategories Destinations, Hotels, Houses, Stories4 Comments
funky and colourful Willemstad is the capital city of Curaçao. Located in the southern Caribbean Sea that forms a constituent country of the Kingdom of the Netherlands. Formerly the capital of the Netherlands Antilles prior to its dissolution in 2010, it has an population of 140,000. The centre consists of two quarters: Punda and Otrobanda. Take a look at the St. Anna bay, an inlet that leads into the large natural harbour called the ‘Schottegat’.
Its a beautiful melting point and shows a beautiful and colourful houses.
The city center of Willemstad boasts an array of colonial architecture that is influenced by Dutch styles. The city center, with its great architecture style has been made a UNESCO world heritage site.
Besides this: Space Airport 2015
The spaceport location at the tropical Caribbean island Curacao offers all the options of a complete luxurious holiday package including a suborbital spaceflight for initially the high-end market. The combination of spaceflight, luxury beach hotels, resorts and activities in a tropical climate is seen as the ideal new holiday for the relatively wealthy people of the world.
Beautiful Curacao’s warm and friendly culture complemented with the benefits of its Dutch logistical, legal and business framework guarantee a save, credible and reliable environment for tourists and investors alike.
Making use of the existing high tech infrastructure of the already fully functional Hato International Airport of Curacao entails a dramatic reduction of costs and risks of the first investment in comparison to a completely newly designed and built Spaceport.
The development plan of Hato International Airport shows an ambitious future planning which matches the ambition of the Caribbean Spaceport development. The real estate for the spaceport facilities is available and the current airport authorities (Curacao Airport Holding LINK) support the plans for the creation of a new spaceport.
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