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Vacation rentals in Cartagena

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35th Flr Spectacular Seaview @Morros City/B.grande
Welcome to the newly renovated apartment "Toscana 3502". Your modern and romantic vacation home in Cartagena features: -Beautiful seaview and walled city view -Fully equipped -100% safe -Room + living room + balcony -2 bathrooms with independent showers (hot water) -A/C in every room -WiFi -Swimming Pool and Jacuzzi -Digital Lock -Washing/Drying Machines -Direct access to the beach -Free parking -24/7 security -20 minute walk to Walled City -Mattress/Pillows/Sheets/towels constantly sanitized
$78 per night
Rental unit in Provincia de Cartagena
1 bedroom private jacuzzi and direct beach access
One of a kind one bedroom apartment. private terrace and jacuzzi facing the beach. great spot to relax while you watch the sunset from your Airbnb. Two full bathrooms, two smart tvs, fully equipped kitchen, washer and dryer inside the unit. private terrace features a heated jacuzzi with massage jets, and bubbles as well as a bar and long chairs. the building features a direct beach entrance, pool and parking lot. THIS APARTMENT IS A HIDDEN GEM!
$129 per night
Condo in Cartagena de Indias
Amazing Beach High Rise Apt/35th FL W/Pool
Indulge in world class amenities at this gorgeous condo overlooking the Caribbean Ocean. Apartment is in the heart of the Bocagrande neighborhood in Cartagena, surrounded by great restaurants and shops. Easy access to excursions! Full access to pool, hot tubs, sauna and gym! 24/7 Security & Concierge.
$76 per night

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Stay near Cartagena's top sights

Photo of Playa de Bocagrande
Playa de Bocagrande26 locals recommend
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Castillo de San Felipe de Barajas591 locals recommend
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Cartagena Cathedral, Colombia65 locals recommend

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Cartagena Bay
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Palmetto Sunset 2903 with an amazing ocean view
$74 per night
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$79 per night
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$21 per night
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$33 per night

Your guide to Cartagena

All About Cartagena

Cartagena is a preserved historic city on the Caribbean coast of northern Colombia boasting a rich architectural heritage, plazas filled with markets and street art, and pristine beaches. In the center of Cartagena is the city’s Old Town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site with a walled city (or El Centro), churches casting shadows over a maze of cobble-stoned alleys, and preserved colonial architecture on buildings sporting balconies embellished with bougainvillea. Town squares are lined with historical landmarks and symbols, including centuries-old monasteries, mansions, and churches, such as Catedral de Cartagena. Puerta del Reloj, a luminous yellow clock tower, sits perched atop the main entryway to the Old Town.

A 10-minute stroll outside of the city walls will lead you to Getsemani, a trendy neighborhood adorned in a kaleidoscope of colors with numerous cafes, bars, restaurants, and art. Admire eye-catching murals as you make your way to the plaza outside of Iglesia de la Santísima Trinidad — a hub for street performers and vendors selling food at dusk.

The city’s shoreline beckons with pearly-white sand beaches, and gleaming turquoise waters attract swimmers and snorkelers to explore their depths. A short boat ride will bring you to other popular beaches like Playa Blanca, Isla Grande, Tierra Bomba, or the Rosario Islands.

When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Cartagena?

Cartagena experiences a year-round warm and tropical climate. The winter and spring months boast pleasant temperatures with very little rainfall and cool ocean breezes ideal for exploring the city or spending time at the beach. The late summer and fall months see more rain in comparison to the other seasons, so if you’re planning to visit during this time, it may be a good idea to pack a raincoat and proper shoes.

The city is host to various events all year round, from film, music, and food festivals to celebrations of the country’s culture and history. Each spring, the Carnaval de Barranquilla welcomes over 1.5 million visitors to the largest carnival celebration outside of Brazil, where dancers parade in full costume, paying tribute to the country’s roots with music and choreography. In November, the entire town celebrates the day Cartagena became the first Colombian city to declare independence from Spain with music and parades.

What are the top things to do in Cartagena?

La Popa Convent

Perched atop the highest point in Cartagena is Convento de la Popa, a convent built in the early 1600s. The complex looms over the city and offers spectacular vistas of Cartagena’s skyline and the Caribbean Sea. The complex houses a religion-themed museum and features a central square overflowing with greenery and bougainvillea. It’s best to take a cab to La Popa Convent as there aren’t any public transportation stops in the area, and the road leading up to the property is steep and long.

Castillo de San Felipe de Barajas

This grand fortress overlooks the isthmus of Cebrero and dominates part of Cartagena’s cityscape. Construction on the complex started in 1639 and was not completed until nearly 200 years later. Today, you can explore the battlements, bunkers, and underground passages that weave through the impressive structure.

Museo de Arte Moderno

Cartagena’s Museum of Modern Art, located in a 17th-century Royal Customs House, presents an array of rotating exhibits featuring sculptures, paintings, and abstract and contemporary art forms by global and regional artists, including a popular trio of contemporary Colombian artists.

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