About Cartagena, Spain
Cartagena is one of the most important cities in the Region of Murcia. It is located in the southeastern part of Spain, being one of the main destinations of the Mediterranean coast that has an important port that formerly was one of the main commercial and military enclaves. One of the main attractions is due to a large number of Roman ruins, highlighting above the rest the Roman Theater dating from the first century BC, the Casa de la Fortuna, which is characterized by its mosaics and murals or the Punic Wall (archaeological site dating from the third century BC).
In addition to the archaeological remains that are scattered throughout much of the city, Cartagena has more charms that make strolling through its streets a delight, helped by the mild climate of the port. The Castillo de la Concepción, the City Hall of Cartagena and other modernist buildings, or exempt monuments such as those dedicated to the Processionist, the Icue, the Replacement Sailor, or the Victims of Terrorism. Complete all the information about this exciting city with the best free tours in Cartagena with local guides who will show you the lesser known corners and the secret stories behind them.