Cartagena calling; Bindu Gopal Rao; Tribune India

Take a journey back in time when you visit the delightful Colombian trading port, a Unesco World Heritage site…

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Why Cartagena in Colombia is becoming a must-visit destination; Jo Knowsley; Daily Mail

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Why Cartagena is South America’s most exciting city; Lilit Marcus; CNN

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Cartagena, set on Colombia’s Caribbean coast, is becoming a must-visit, especially for Americans and Canadians enjoying new, convenient flight routes. Find out the best things to do in one of South America’s most exciting cities.

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You’ll Fall in Love with Old Town Cartagena Colombia; Linda; As We Saw It

Cartagena’s narrow streets and gorgeous architecture have made its Old Town one of Latin America’s most popular destinations.

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Cartagena by Cruise Ship; Els Kroon; All At Sea

The port of Cartagena de Indias, as the city on the north coast of Colombia is officially called, has always been of great significance to the country. In pre-Columbian times the combative Carib Indians offered strong resistance to all the colonizing expeditions that tried to land on their beaches.

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Five Great Reasons To Honeymoon In Cartagena; Jen O’Brien; Wedding Bells

Discover why this city is quickly becoming one of the most fashionable destinations in South America.

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Cartagena’s ‘Old City’ Undergoing a Vibrant Rebirth; Bill Cary; Mansion Global

The Colombian neighborhood offers iconic Spanish-Colonial architecture and a robust nightlife…

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Feasting in the footsteps of Gabriel Garcia Marquez; Maria Breslin; Liverpool Echo

Colombia – Port, Fortresses and Group of Monuments, Cartagena

Dutch carrier KLM flies to the northern city via capital Bogota.

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6 Reasons Why You Should Put Cartagena on Your Bucket List; Annie Kingston; Oyster.com

Colombia – Port, Fortresses and Group of Monuments, Cartagena

1. The Juxtapostion of Old and New. Colonized by the Spanish in the 16th century, Cartagena today combines a charming mix of old and new architecture with traditional and modern flair.

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