Financial and Tax Structure Economic Zone Law European Union Access & Privileges
  Pensionado Status Culture & Sophistication Modern Airport
  Dutch Rule Law Geo-Cultural Advantages The Curacao Experience
  Incentives & Trade Advantages Deep Water Ports Quality of Life
  Investment Incentives Proximity to South America Living History
  Living History
  Beginning with the capital city of Willemstad, which is one of UNESCO's 80-something World Heritage sites, Curaçao has preserved its history and that of the Caribbean in what could be termed a living museum. Curaçao is home to the oldest synagogue in the western hemisphere. The Kura Hulanda hotel is a living museum with artifacts from China, Africa, and the Caribbean.

The African Slave Museum explores the tragic history that shaped so much of Curaçao's history and that of the Caribbean. In fact, Curaçao has more museums per capita than any country in the world, making a visit to Curaçao an enriching and rewarding experience.