History Named a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1984, Cartagena de Indias is an outdoor museum of the Spanish Colonial period. One of the most important ports of the caribbean and an essential link in the route of the West Indies, playing a main role in the history of world exploration and great commercial maritime routes. The city offers visitors the opportunity to walk along its colorful streets and plazas; discover the history of its churches and mansions, surrounded by 11 kilometers of colonial city walls, which stand as the most complete fortifications in South America. City of sea breezes, colorful sunsets and exquisite gastronomy.
Unique accommodation offer
Infrastructure Cartagena´s comprehensive hotel infrastructure, convention centers with cutting-edge technology make up one of the most complete and modern offers in Latin america. The city offers magical non traditional venues with invaluable historical and cultural allure combined with modern venues within the same area allowing for easy access and quick mobility..
Gastronomy Cartagena de Indias is home to fascinating mixed cultures -african, spanish and indigenous- with a huge variety of culinary delights to suit every taste. The local seafood and tropical fruits serve as the main ingredients for the cuisine, blending the local gastronomy with a magical tasty edge.
Local access and connectivity In Cartagena de Indias everything is nearby. it is easy to reach points of tourism and cultural interest by foot or public transportation . ease of access makes it possible for visitors to rest from everyday hasle of traffic and enjoy the charm of the caribbean alongside the majestic colonial architecture across nearly 15 kilometres where the hotels, convention centers, event halls and natural and historical venues for events are located.
Direct International flights
|PANAMÁ||Wingo, American Airlines||8||40 Mins|
|FT. LAUDERDALE||Jet Blue, Spirit||6||2.5 Hrs|
|NEW YORK||Jet Blue||6||4 Hrs|