Cartagena: Meet Amid Colombia's Colonial History

When the staff of the Cartagena Convention & Visitors Bureau says, “Our walled city is open to the world,” they mean it. Most of Cartagena's historic buildings, monuments, and plazas are available for events. These venues range from the garden courtyards and rooftop terraces of 17th-century monasteries, convents, and private mansions, now converted into boutique hotels, to the Castillo de San Felipe de Barajas, Colonial Spain's largest fortress.

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