Lors de l'attaque de Francis Drake sur Carthagène, la population locale construisit plus de 11 km de fortifications pour protéger la ville.
In this area, you can go to look for fun, to shop or just to eat some food. There are vendors on the street offering traditional goods.
Il s'agit de l'un des plus vieux quartiers de la ville, constitué de ruelles étroites, de maisons colorées et aux nombreuses œuvres de…
Le château de San Felipe de Barajas est un fort situé dans la ville colombienne de Carthagène des Indes ; c’est la plus grande forteresse…
India Catalina est une femme indigène qui accompagna Pedro de Heredia dans son expédition autour de Carthagène.
The statue of a woman was given to Cartagena by a famous Colombian artist Fernando Botero. It is made of bronze.
The Cathedral of Cartagena in Colombia, officially the Metropolitan Cathedral Basilica of Saint Catherine of Alexandria, is located in the…
La Plaza de la Aduana est la plus grande et la plus ancienne place de la ville.
Formerly known as Plaza de San Ignacio, it has been recently renamed after a missionary who helped African slaves.
Un parc qui n'est pas célèbre pour sa nature ou sa beauté, mais plutôt pour ses animaux exotiques qui se promènent dans le parc.
The fort which is one of the oldest parts of city fortifications. Today, there is a club where you can eat and anchor your boat.
This is a modern neighbourhood popular among tourists because of its restaurants, bars and beaches. It is called "Big Mouth".
If you want to see how Colombians live, go to this market! It is quite pleasant but a bit chaotic.
This monastery on La Popa Hill is more than three centuries old. It has been restored recently and has a beautiful courtyard.
There are many tunnels hidden under the historic parts of Cartagena, mainly in San Felipe Castle. Enjoy the adventure!
A holiday area for tourists offers a picturesque view of the Caribbean Sea. There are also shopping places.
The University of Cartagena, also called Unicartagena, is a public, departmental, coeducational, research university based primarily in the…
Torre de la Escollera was a 206 m tall residential skyscraper with 58 floors planned to be built in Cartagena, Colombia.
A small hill, although the highest in the town, is easily spotted from the sea. There is a church and a monastery on the top.
Estadio Jaime Morón León formerly known as Estadio Pedro de Heredia is a multi-use stadium in Cartagena de Indias, Colombia.