Cartagena City Tour
Cartagena City Tour
Experience the best of Cartagena on this comprehensive sightseeing tour. On this Cartagena tour, you'll see historic sites like Las Bovedas, the Saint Peter Claver Church, and more. This convenient tour squeezes in the area's top attractions into a fun half-day adventure. Reserve your spot today.
Your city tour begins with a drive around Manga Island, a beautiful neighborhood known for its lavish homes and wealthy residents. From there, you will continue toward San Felipe Fort and the Old Shoes Monument. The former is an impressive fortress dating back to the 1500s while the latter is a monument that represents an old pair of shoes from a poem by a local artist. On this tour of Cartagena you will make a photo stop at the Inquisition Palace, a beautiful Baroque-style palace that was used in the Spanish Inquisition, and now houses a museum.
After seeing attractions like Las Bovedas and the Saint Peter Claver Church, you will have the chance to visit Cartagena Bay before finishing your tour. This Cartagena history tour includes admission to the Saint Pedro Claver Church.
Reviewer: Victor Dume
Had a nice time seeing the sights in Cartagena with such a small group, only four of us.
Reviewer: J. Munch
Our tour guide "Bennie" was extremely informative and we did see a lot. However, I would have preferred a little more time on foot so that I could take in the culture better.
We enjoyed our city tour for these reasons: —small group that allowed us to visit the Convento de la Popa and several ther popular sites. —our tour guide was very knowledgeable —kept us on schedule. I would recommend this tour.
Reviewer: Robert Cohen
What a vibrant, colorful, and historical city. We would not have appreciated the sites without using your tour guides. Our guide was friendly, knowledgable, and we were never rushed. Had an opportunity to meet the local people as well as local vendors and artists.
Reviewer: Susan Richards
Covering a few major sights in a busy city is a challenge, but one well met by our driver and tour guide. Our very comfortable van took us to a high point - La Popa - which provided a nice view of the city and an explanation of its geography and economic significance. Got photos and a phony Panama hat from a vendor at Castillo San Felipe, a very impressive fort built during Spanish occupation. A tour through the Emerald Museum and a stroll across a main plaza topped off this tour beautifully.