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November 23, 2024
Cartagena, Colombia
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Things To Do

Below we have listed a few fun places that we wouldn't want you to miss during your stay in Cartagena.

Sofitel Legend Santa Clara Cartagena

39-36 Carrera 8, Cartagena de Indias, Bolívar 130001, Colombia

Visit the Sofitel Santa Clara and have a cocktail in their magical courtyard! Famous Novelist Gabriel García Márquez would visit daily & write some of his best work there, his house is across the street. So much great history to read about! They also offer a great coffee tasting.

Plaza de Santo Domingo

Calle 35, Cartagena de Indias, Bolívar 130001, Colombia

See the famous statue from Colombia's most famous artist Botero, "La Gorda Botero". A sculpture of a jet-colored woman, with voluminous curves, naked, with a half-sideways pose. According to locals, touching her breast brings good luck in love!

Islas del Rosario

Bolivar, Colombia

Discover the true essense of Colombia. White sandy beaches, crystal clear water and available fresh fish and cervezas anywhere you go. Most of the excursions require at least a 1 hour boat ride, so plan accordingly! Isla Grande- Remote and Quaint Coralina Island- Remote and Quaint Isleta - Best Boutique Hotels Isla Barú: A bit busier due to it being so close to Cartagena but a great option!

St. Dom Cartagena

33 70 Carrera 3, Cartagena de Indias, Bolívar 130001, Colombia

A great store if you’re interested in doing some shopping! Here you’ll find many high-end Colombian designer brands.

Take a Photo with the Palenqueras

Cartagena, Colombia

Take a photo with the legendary Palenqueras also known as the fruit ladies of Cartagena, dressed in typical Colombian attire. Remember, they expect tips!

Las Bóvedas

San Diego, Bolivar 130001, Colombia

If you’re looking for special trinkets and souvenirs, look no further than this Artisan market!

Fruit Tasting

We encourage all our guests to try a new fruit each day! Colombian fruit is fresh and unique to the region. You can find local fruit from street vendors (reminder-they expect to be paid in cash).

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