Muelle de los Pegasos
Muelle de los Pegasos is the lovely old port of Cartagena on the Bahía de las Ánimas. It is invariably full of fishing, cargo and...
Puerta del Reloj
Originally called the Boca del Puente, this was the main gateway to the inner walled town and was linked to Getsemaní by a drawbridge...
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....
This massive, multispace club is a curiosity. Is it a rock club? A salsa joint? A pumping house club? A vallenato hot spot? It's all of...
La Casa de Socorro
This is a good little spot to try comida costeña , the typical food of the coast. It’s a casual spot with nice design touches like...
Lonely Planet review
It gets tight with an eclectic crowd of all shapes and sizes at this excellent Getsemaní spot for salsa, son (a kind of slow salsa) and reggae. It's on the second floor overlooking Pegasos and the clock tower. Purists insist the salsa here is hotter than at Café Havana.