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Casa Marta Colonial Guesthouse ... IVR # 2821
1 BR | 1 BA     Sleeps 4    Contact Us.
Casa Marta is located in the heart of Getsemani, in the historic town of Cartagena, Colombia. If you are looking for a true "Cartagenean" experience, one where you will enjoy the local culture, and the traditions of Cartagena then Casa Marta is ideal. When you arrive here you will i ...
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Casa del Hobo on Calle Cochera de Hobo, Cartagena ... IVR # 2824
4 BR | 4 BA     Sleeps 9    
Located in the San Diego area of Cartagena, this is a sensational villa and perfect for guests and travelers looking for a bit of privacy, lots of luxury, and plenty of attractions. The home was owned by the same family for over 250 years. A Colonial-era house, it was given a contemporary ren ...
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Cartagena Apartments Colombia ... IVR # 2822
1 BR | 1 BA     Sleeps 3    
Visit Cartagena and stay in our modern 800 sq. ft. luxury apartment. The apartment is located in the heart of Cartagena Colonial City Center and features beautiful views of La Boveda Square. It faces the ancient wall and has stunning sunset views of the Caribbean. You can see and hear the oce ...
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Casa Pompo in the Historical Center of Cartagena ... IVR # 2823
5 BR | 5 BA     Sleeps 10    
Casa Pombo is located in the Historical Centre of Cartagena and faces the Cathedral and the Governors residence, and overlooks the Plaza Bolivier. It is one of the oldest and most important architectural properties in Cartaganes Centro Historicio. A palatical casa, Pombo is comprised of up to 5 ...
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Cartgena Guide

Colombias Most Popular Tourist Destination

Image: Wikipedia Commons : Sunset over Cartagena Harbor

1. Walk along the center of Cartagena. The tropical seaport town of Cartagena pulsates with Caribbean vibe, attracting American and European socialites to its restored old colonial mansions and wonderful new world restaurants and cobblestone streets.

2. The night scene at Cartagena is a wonderful blend of Latin American cultures with a sophisticated Caribbean vibe.

3. Stop by Santa Domingo Cathedral.

4. Walk along the 400-year-old stone wall that surrounds the city. Especially beautiful at sunsets. A must see. If you walk west along the plaza on top of the wall, the Caribbean will be on your right side and the medieval streets of Cartagena on your left.

5. Take a horse drawn taxi around the town. The coachman of these taxis are wonderful tour guides and will point out the sites and sounds of Cartagena. At sunset he will light the candles in the headlights.

6. Leave the old city, and climb the Castillo de San Felipe. This huge fort built between 1639 and 1747 by the Spanish well - their slaves - to defend the terrestrial flank of the city.