Cartagena has many places to visit for people looking for knowledge of  the local history as Cartagena is a cultural mecca. There are several wonderful museums, public squares and historic buildings to visit, see and experience. For those lacking time or looking for detail, we recommend one of our guided tours.
In each tour, you are led around the city by a professional, historically-certified guide who will awe you with the significance of each and every spot visited along the tour.
However, many people are more interested in seeing the city on their own and prefer to get lost in the magic of Cartagena and learn about the history in a different way. 
Here, we´ve created a summary of the most famous locations and monuments which you can check out on your own and use as your own personal guide.
Remember, Hi Cartagena is here for you if there’s anything at all you need, please let us know.
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Located steps from Cartagena’s historic wall overlooking the sea, Nohra Haime Gallery offers tasteful works…

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Conveniently hidden in the heart of Getsemani, Ciudad Movil (Mobile City) is an eclectic, vibrant jewel of…

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Casa Museo La Presentacion is a world-class heritage center where patrons can immerse themselves in…

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Constructed on the ruins of Iglesia Merced in 1625, Teatro Adolfo Mejia was built to…

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The Cathedral of Cartagena, (officially named Catedral Basa­lica Metropolitana de Santa Catalina de Alejandra) is located…

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The Cathedral of San Pedro Claver was first built in 1575, destroyed by Sir Francis…

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El Portal de los Dulces..Known as Plaza del Juez or Plaza de la Yerba, the...

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One of the most popular squares in the old city, Plaza Santo Domingo is regularly…

Frequented by locals, travelers, hippies, families and everyone in between, Plaza de la Trinidad is…

Worth visiting for the elegant, colorful architecture, Plaza de la Aduana is one of the…

An oasis during the day, Plaza Bolivar is one of the few plazas that is…

Around the time of its founding in 1533, Cartagena was the principal port from which…

The Palace of the Inquisition is certainly one of the most imposing buildings in the…

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In 1601, possibly the most famous landmark in Colombia, “La Torre de Reloj” was built…

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For one of the best vantage points in the old city, head to Castillo San…

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With forty-seven arches and twenty-three domes, Las Bóvedas (The Vaults) is easily one of the…

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Located in the walled city on Plaza de San Pedro Claver, next to a church…