The sea breeze and the sunsets that turn the colors of the facades of houses over 400 years enchant visitors in Cartagena. This city, Heritage of Humanity, was founded in 1533 by Pedro de Heredia, it preserves the colonial architecture of its buildings and the most complete set of fortifications in South America.
The historic center enclosing walls of Cartagena is the soul of this city, which inspired him to Gabriel García Márquez, winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1982. Here, in addition to feel the history of centuries cobbled streets, you can explore the Castle of San Felipe, surprised with a tour of ancient churches and close to swim and float in a mud volcano.
Recognized by 11 kilometers of ramparts erected in her Spanish, Cartagena has a historic center that must walk without cares. In this city, declared World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1984, they have instead dedicated to film festivals and classical music. Cartagena is ideal for honeymoons, diving and to get on cruise ships, among many other things.