THE FOLLOWING ARE SOME OF THE MOST
RENOWNED RESTAURANTS IN THE CITY
Set out on a wonderful journey that takes you through the magnificent city of Cartagena de Indias. Accompanied by a bilingual guide and aboard a comfortable, air-conditioned vehicle, you will begin the tour of the Bocagrande and Castillogrande neighborhoods, and later pass through the city center until you reach the residential Manga neighborhood, where you will see its historic mansions.
The tour continues until you reach the San Felipe de Barajas Fort. Here you will arrive at the Historic Center where you can visit the Las Bóvedas Artisan Center, participate in a panoramic tour, and walk through the streets and squares of the center. The tour ends with a visit to the Historical Museum and finally the neighborhood of Gethsemane.
The Rosario Islands is an archipelago comprised of 27 private and public islands. You are welcome to explore the public islands like San Pedro de Majagua, Caliente Tours, Isla del Encanto and Cocoliso. Day trips are offered to each island, with tours starting in the morning with a drop-off back in the late afternoon. Lunch is included with each ticket purchase.
The Rosario Islands are an archipelago located within a national park on the Caribbean coast of Colombia, about an hour from the city of Cartagena.
A speed boat from Cartagena can get you to Isla del Encanto.
On the island, you can enjoy a buffet-style lunch, which includes beef, chicken, fish, coconut or white rice, pasta, plantains, vegetables, and seasonal fruits. All meals are accompanied with a drink and a traditional sweet from the region.
The Sunset Cruise excursion is ideal to relax and enjoy the best view of the city. The tour starts at 5:00 p.m., and departs from the Bodeguita dock.
Enjoy good music, sip on a Sangria de Cava cocktail or soft drink while you await to view Cartagena’s beautiful sunset.
“Chivas” are traditional buses found in Colombia that are painted with bright colors; they are often known as party buses. On board a Chiva, you can dance to live music, and enjoy an open bar that offers Colombian rum.
The Chiva will drive you around the tourist sector of Bocagrande and the residential area of Isla de Manga. You won’t want to miss the panoramic view of the Castillo de San Felipe. Once there, the Chiva will make a stop so you can taste some traditional Cartagena culinary bites.
A carriage ride is an excellent way to visit Cartagena and see the city from another point of view.
The carriage can hold up to four people.
Attendees in the walled center must go to the Marina Park to book a carriage ride.
Feeling and enjoying the rhythm of the music is the most important part of learning Latin dances. Take a dance class and learn new styles of dance, such as champeta, salsa and more.