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Pass By: Parque Espiritu del Manglar, Cartagena Colombia
The park called “El Espíritu del Manglár” is a lovely place to relax in and get a different view of the city. The entrance is near the India Catalina statue and it’s free to enter the park.
Pass By: Las Bovedas, Between the Santa Catalina bastion and the former Santa Clara convent, Cartagena Colombia
Las Bovedas is a good place to buy some handcrafts and memorabilia. The prices are fair and there’s a huge variety of products and stores. La Bovedas was built in 1798 by Don Antonio Arévalo. The building was made to resist bombs and explosives. It housed troops and was also deposit for weapons and ammunitions.
Pass By: Teatro Adolfo Mejia ( Teatro Heredia ), Calle 38 101, Cartagena 130010 Colombia
The Teatro opened its stage on November 11th 1911, to celebrate the independence of Cartagena from Spain. It went through a restoration in 1988 and is considered the classical theatre of Cartagena. It’s also the main stage for the Hay festival and the Cartagena music festival.
Pass By: Walled City of Cartagena, Calle 41, Cartagena 130002 Colombia
The walled city of Cartagena de Indias was founded in 1533. This tour goes back through time into the legendary walled city of Cartagena de Indias. From conquistadores and pirates, to gold and silver to Cumbia and Champeta. Hear stories about ancient fortresses, pirate attacks and what made Cartagena the wealthiest port in the colonial world.