The Botanical Garden of Cartagena de Indias Just 30 minutes from the center of Cartagena lies one of the most important and interesting ecological attractions of the Caribbean region. The Botanical Garden of Cartagena “Guillermo Piñeres” houses a collection of more than 300 plant species of the Colombian Caribbean and additional weird and wonderful ornamental plants from other tropical regions of the world.
The Cathedral of Cartagena in Colombia, officially the Metropolitan Cathedral Basilica of Saint Catherine of Alexandria (Spanish: Catedral Basílica Metropolitana de Santa Catalina de Alejandría), is located in the historic centre of Cartagena. It is the episcopal see of the Archbishop of Cartagena de Indias, one of the oldest episcopal sees in the Americas. The cathedral is dedicated to ...
El Museo Rafael Núñez se encarga de preservar y difundir el legado histórico del pensamiento del expresidente colombiano, y busca propiciar el diálogo permanente con su público mediante la generación de la memoria colectiva, al igual que el sentido de identidad y pertenencia del patrimonio de la región.
The Castillo San Felipe de Barajas is located on Avenida Antonio Arévalo in the sector pie del Cerro, is 15 minutes by car from the international airport Rafael Núñez, 20 minutes from the Cartagena Transport terminal and 10 minutes from the clock tower, in the historical center of the city.
Cartagena's most famous landmark, The Torre del Reloj, or Clock Tower, was once the main gateway to the walled city. It was originally called Boca del Puente (The Mouth of the Bridge) linking Getsemani to the Old City via a drawbridge over a moat.
Map of Convento de la Popa in Cartagena Colombia El Convento de La Popa sits upon the highest hill in Cartagena. In addition to having one of the most beautiful views of the city, it also boasts one of the most beautiful cloisters in all of Colombia.
El mandatario bolivarense, Dumek Turbay, lideró una mesa de trabajo junto a la alcaldesa (e) de Cartagena, donde abordaron temas de interés para ambas administraciones. El tema central fueron los Juegos Nacionales y Paranacionales 2019 que tienen como sede principal la capital del departamento.
Completed in the first half of the 18th century, the Iglesia de San Pedro Claver has an imposing stone facade, and inside there are fine stained-glass windows and a high altar made of Italian marble. The remains of San Pedro Claver are kept in a glass coffin in the altar. His skull is visible, making it an altar with a difference.
–U’wa´s community and Parques Nacionales Naturales de Colombia agreed the temporary reopening of the Parque Nacional Natural el Cocuy to the visitors and ecotourism service providers, as well as the implementation of an environmental impact study, which should be presented during the following 6 months.
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Cartagena, Colombia is the sum of its incredible parts; its colonial, republican and modern architecture, the temptation of its vibrant nightlife, its cultural festivals, exuberant landscapes, magnificent beaches, outstanding gastronomic offerings and its important hotel and tourism infrastructure.
Museo de las Fortificaciones Fue inagurado en 1994. Reúne piezas de los monumentos fortificados de Cartagena y museos de sitio en el Baluarte de Santa Catalina y Fuerte de San Bernando de Bocachica, Castillo San Felipe de Barajas, Batería del Ángel San Rafael, Cordón Amurallado, Fuerte de San Fernando, Fuerte de San josé y el Parque Histórico Isla de Tierrabomba.
Learn about pirate invasions, naval battles, and modern naval history, see replicas of boats and submarines, observe dioramas of cityscapes, and admire artifacts that include old battle torpedoes. See Museo Naval Del Caribe and all Cartagena has to offer by arranging your trip with our Cartagena travel route planner.
Parques Nacionales Naturales de Colombia se encuentra en Cartagena de Indias. Parques Nacionales Naturales de Colombia está trabajando en actividades de Material de oficina y estanterías. Puede encontrar más información sobre Parques Nacionales Naturales de Colombia en www.parquesnacionales.gov.co.
I was in cartagena for ten days a week ago and can not advise anyone to go to this stretch of beach !!! The first day in cartagena my colleagues and I were very happy to visit the beach. However, the ... big surprise came in the end. We had to pay over 200 euros to a gentleman working there.
On this site in the walled city of Cartagena on November 11, 1811, the people gathered to support the Declaration of Independence, and since then it has been called Proclamation Square. A striking statue of Pope John Paul II is located in the corner of Proclamation Square and Archbishop Street.
The plaza in front of the San Pedro Claver Church seemed to be a popular place for local residents to relax and chat. Adjacent to the plaza, and across from the Museum of Art, is Restaurant San Pedro, an intimate café offering internationally inspired cuisine with a local Colombian flare.
Escape Cartagena for the day and take a trip to the Rosario Islands! Enjoy a 1-hour cruise from Cartagena to the Rosario Islands, a magnificent archipelago and a must-see while in Colombia. Spend the day relaxing in the national park, swimming in the pristine Caribbean waters.
Santa Teresa Square, in the southwest of the walled city, gets its name from the old convent that stands opposite. At this site, horse-drawn carriages and pedestrians can cross a small bridge and enjoy views of the sea, the dome of the church of San Pedro, the Naval Museum, and the Marine Park.
Wander the historical streets of Walled City of Cartagena, an old district full of vibrant colonial architecture and heritage sites. Surrounded by 11 km (6.8 mi) of thick stone walls, the old city was founded by the Spanish in the 16th century.