Curacao Map Tourist Attractions

Telephone

Good IDD service to Europe. Country code: 599. Outgoing international code: 00.

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Mobile telephone: TDMA network exists. GSM 900 network operated by Setel NV has just been established. Others include GSM 900/1900 network operated by Curacao Telecom NV.

(www.curacaotelecom.com)

Handset rentals at the airport post office. There is a 5 per cent tax.

Money Matters :

U.S. currency is King of course, and since you’re on vacation, you’re temporarily King as well. When you drop the last of your cash in some titty dancers thong, you are no longer King, and it is time to get your happy ass off our island, you broke fool. Travelers Checks and CC are fine. Debit Cards are accepted at a few large shops and supermarkets. Prices are quoted in the national currency, the Netherlands Antillean guilder (also called the florin), abbreviated NAF1. or ANG. It is currently pegged to the US dollar at a stable rate of US$ 1 = NAF1. 1.77 for cash, 1.78 for traveler’s checks. Exchange rates may vary slightly at stores and hotels. Bills of US $50 and US$100 can be hard to cash. The larger denominations of guilder bills (100 and 250) are hard to cash for small purchases. There are no restrictions on how much money you can bring.

For the current exchange rate: ( www.oanda.com )

Banking Hours :

Banks are open Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. The airport bank is open Monday through Saturday 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. and on Sunday from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Selected bank branches have ATMs that spit out US dollars. International credit cards are accepted at most major commercial establishments.

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