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Cartagena de Indias

Cartagena de Indias, Colombia

Places of Interest

Historic City Walking Tour

The magic of Cartagena de Indias comes from its historic legacy, which has become a spectacle for the senses. Getting to know the historic center walking or in a traditional horse‑drawn coach, will take visitors to the colonial era, discovering different scenarios that represent the city’s history and culture.

Panoramic Tour

Travelers can visit the monuments: San Felipe de Barajas Castle, the Convent de La Popa, the Cathedral, the Palace of the Inquisition, the handicrafts for sale at the old vaults and the Clock Tower. Also walk trough sections of the 13 km/8 miles of walls that surround the city’s historic center.

Garcia Marquez Cartagena Tour

Visit imaginary places invented by Gabriel García Márquez and the actual scenarios of novels like "Love in the Time of Cholera", since it is now possible in our city.

Rosario Islands

The archipelago of the Islands of Rosario is a sanctuary for flora and fauna that covers 23 islands of white beaches and crystal clear water, just 45 minutes away from Cartagena de Indias. These islands are the perfect scenario for practicing water sports as scuba diving, snorkeling, wind surfing or kayaking, or simply to relax.

Horse Carriage Tour

The horse‑drawn carriage is the traditional way to discover the old city, its walls and numerous plazas. The old city includes 13 km/8 miles of walls, 27 bulwarks and 7 fortresses of military Spanish architecture.

Cartagena's Squares

Santo Domingo Square offering a variety of restaurants, bars and entertainment places, Bolívar Square, where the statue of Liberator Simon Bolivar and the Portal de los Escribanos is located, Aduana Square, where the founder of Cartagena de Índias Pedro Heredia lived, Los Coches Plaza where the border treaty between Ecuador and Colombia was signed, San Diego Square, a place where restaurants and nightlife come together. San Pedro Square, in front of the San Pedro's church has a great restaurant for lunch and dinner.

Bay Cruise

Embark buccaneer boats where barrels and trunks, welcome visitors to take a cruise by the Cartagena bay and take them back to pirate’s times. The trip will take place with the expressive folklore of an orchestra, with traditional music and dances, and will finish with a lovely dinner.