Travelling to Curaçao is limited mainly to air traffic, although boats bring commercial goods from the nearby South American coastline to the city of Willemstad every day. The only airport on the island is Curaçao International Airport, which lies a mere 20-minute drive from the heart of the city. You don't need a car or even public transport inside the Old Town as the main sights are all within walking distance. The best way to head out to the beaches or other attractions on the island is to hire a car, but you can also take a public bus or hail one of the many minibuses that traverse the city and its outskirts. Taxis are easy to find and offer flat rates for most destinations.