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Learn more about the transformation of Medellín
Guatape Tour All Include
Visit Guatape and El Peñol Rock
Visit the best coffe Farm Around Medellin
Enjoy the Ride in ATV
Hacienda Napoles Tour
Hacienda Napoles is a theme park
In this tour you will enjoy the best of the delicious Colombian cuisine
Pablo Escobar Tour
Learn how Medellín has been transformed
Walking City Tour
Discover the best places in the city with our walking City Tour
Why Cartagena Colombia ?
Cartagena de Indias is the capital of the department of Bolívar, in northern Colombia. It was founded on June 1, 1533 by Pedro de Heredia. Since 1991 Cartagena is a Tourist and Cultural District. The city is located on the shores of the Caribbean Sea.
Cartagena de Indias was one of the most important ports in America. From this period comes most of its artistic and cultural heritage. On November 11, 1811, Cartagena declared independence from Spain. This day is a national holiday in Colombia and in the city it is celebrated for four days known as the "Fiestas de Independencia".
Cartagena has been a city mainly associated with pirate history, because it was there that there were numerous attacks by pirates from Europe, who found in the city a suitable place to plunder during the time of Spanish administration, which made it at the time, become the most fortified city in South America and the Caribbean, becoming almost as reinforced as the Gulf of Mexico itself in its time. At present his viceregal architecture is maintained.
With the passage of time, Cartagena has developed its urban area, conserving the historic center and becoming one of the most important ports in Colombia, the Caribbean and the world, as well as a famous tourist destination. Its historic center, the "Walled City", was declared National Heritage of Colombia in 1959 and by UNESCO as World Heritage Site in 1984. In 2007 its military architecture was awarded as the fourth wonder of Colombia.
Carrera 36 # 8A - 95
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