Free walking tours in Cartagena


Best things to do and see in Cartagena, Colombia

Cartagena de Indias is one of the most beautiful cities in Colombia thanks to the Caribbean Sea, in addition to everything it offers to the traveler at a cultural and gastronomic level. A town that was founded in the 16th century by Pedro de Heredia, has historically suffered numerous attacks from pirates and privateers that caused the administration to fortify part of the city, making it the most powerful fortress in South America. The historic center called the 'Walled City' was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1984 being the main attraction of tourists and travelers.

If you are going to visit the city, there is a wide variety of free walking  tours in Cartagena de Indias (mornings and afternoons) that offer local guides with tours of the most emblematic sites and essential places. Some of them are the Palace of San Felipe de Barajas, the Palace of the Inquisition, the Plaza de las Bóvedas, the Plaza de Santo Domingo, the Church of San Pedro Claver, the Mercado de Bazurto, the Convent of Santa Cruz de la Popa , the Zenú Gold Museum, the Cathedral of Saint Catherine of Alexandria, the Clock Tower, the Car Square, the Pegasus Pier, the Old Shoes Square or the Catalina India Monument.

The opinions of the walkers who do a free tour in Cartagena de Indias usually provide a lot of information about the tour and the local guide since they value the joint experience of the guided tour. Other cities that are also worth visiting are Bogotá, Medellín or Cali.