Declared part of the UNESCO World Heritage in 1984, Cartagena encapsulates all the charm of Spanish colonial architecture, the republic period and today, the attractions of intense night-life, cultural festivals, exotic scenery, superb beaches, wonderful food and a wide offer of hotels and tourist infrastructure.
Walk the streets, look at the Spanish colonial buildings - the Palace of the Inquisition, the Clock-Tower and the Castle of San Felipe de Barajas; enjoy the soft, warm breezes as you pass through the squares and plazas.
Eating out is another form of entertainment in Cartagena, with countless choices of new and exotic flavors in local and international styles.
The choice of accommodation is very wide too. There are traditional hotels and exclusive boutique hotels offering unique experiences of detail and personal service.
Cartagena offers all the enchantment of its history and the legacy of those who made it great and turned it into one of Colombia's most important tourist destinations.