Historical Walking Tour

Some people travel to a new city and are content to walk the streets, looking at buildings and watching people, without any idea of where they really are. On the other hand, most people want the whole story – what happened here and there, what is the historical significance of this and that building? Who are the famous people who built, fought, lived and died in the area and what are the magical stories.

Come with us on an historical, three hour walking tour of the old city and we’ll bring you up to date; we’ll take you through all the most prominent locations and along the way, our certified guide will regal you with the history and color of the old city.

You’ll see and learn the significance of several famous spots including an icon of the city’s fortifications, Las Bovedas (The Vaults), two of the most beautiful Colonial mansions, Casa Pombo and Casa Pestagua and also to the renowned church of San Pedro Claver. Along the way, we’ll walk through several charming plazas, stopping to chat with the local characters who really make the old city the beauty that it is. Finally, we’ll go somewhere special for some tasty Colombian coffee.

– A three-hour tour which takes you to the major landmarks in Cartagena’s Old Town
– Experience bilingual guide
– Information about the history and culture of the places you visit
– Visit the most recognizable churches including Iglesia San Pedro Claver and Iglesia de Santo Domingo
– Get a glance at some of Cartagena’s most beautiful colonial houses

PRICE: $ 50 USD per person

Our team has been picked to provide you with all the best of things to see and do in and around Cartagena. We know the city like the back of our hands and are here to offer you everything from customized tours and extravagant parties to the best places to eat, sleep and party in Cartagena. Book with us to get discounts on all our special offers, tours and activities.

Our city concierge is waiting for your call to help you plan your dream vacation.

reach us by phone at +57 314 594-8838 

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