Group City tour Cartagena, Historic, Colonial and Fortifications.
$29 USD or 96.000 COP Per person
Panoramic tour of the city, in a bus and with a bilingual guide in two languages simultaneously (English and Spanish) where you can enjoy the colonial architecture which is full of colorful squares, churches, cathedrals, and convents. In addition, it was the most important port in South America for the Spanish crown where the treasures of the new Granada and the Viceroyalty of Peru were kept. Cartagena was the economic epicenter of the Spaniards in South America, which made it the target of pirates and corsairs in the Caribbean that in turn caused the most heroic and fearsome naval battles in the continent to be fought, and therefore in this city It was walled and fortified with the largest defense system in the Caribbean. You will visit the “Convento de la Popa” founded and built from 1606-1611, which is located on a mountain at 140mts altitude and where the virgin patron saint of the city (Virgen de la Candelaria), and then reach the largest fortification del Caribe The Fort of San Felipe de Barajas, which was witness and executioner in the most epic naval battle of the Caribbean in 1741 against Admiral Vernon, and finally will make a tour of about an hour walking in the old city visiting its squares, churches, and monuments, being part of this magnificent city of the Colombian Caribbean.
Includes Group City tour Cartagena:
Professional guide service simultaneously in Spanish / English
Tickets to the convent of “La Popa” (depending on the number of people could be changed by the museum San Pedro Claver) and the Fort of San Felipe de Barajas