Willemstad consists of 2 parts. Punda and Otrabanda (the other side). The two districts are connected by the Pontjesbrug (the swinging old lady) and the Juliana Bridge.
With Dushi walks you can take a very nice walk through Otrabanda. You go through streets where you would not otherwise go and learn a lot about the city district and the people who live there.
The governor has a beautiful location on Anna Bay. You have a nice view of the Pontjesbrug, the incoming ships and you can eat deliciously.
The Riffort is a defensive work which was built in 1828 to 1829 century by the Dutch. Located at the entrance of St. Anna Bay in Willemstad, the aim was to defend the island against pirates and other uninvited guests. The Riffort is part of the UNESCO World Heritage List.
You will now find many shops and restaurants but the old elements have been preserved, so definitely worth a visit.