Plaza de la Aduana
This is the largest and oldest square in the old town and was used as a parade ground. In colonial times, all the important governmental...
Museo de Arte Moderno
The Museum of Modern Art is a perfectly sized museum (not overwhelmingly huge), housed in a part of the 17th-century former Royal...
Plaza de los Coches
Previously known as Plaza de la Yerba, the triangular plaza just behind Puerta del Reloj was once used as a market for enslaved people....
Wall-to-wall reggaeton, vallenato, merengue and some decent salsa. Tu Candela is cramped – but the atmosphere is cool and the decor,...
Donde Fidel information
Lonely Planet review
The sound system here, when it kicks, has been know to reduce grown men to tears – as does the extraordinary salsa collection of Don Fidel himself. This is music of love, loss and lament. A Cartagena institution, smooching couples dance in alcoves under portraits of the owner and various gurning megastars. The vast seated terrace is perfect for people-watching.