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...
Convento & Iglesia de San Pedro Claver
This convent was founded by Jesuits in the first half of the 17th century, originally as San Ignacio de Loyola. The name was later...
Convento de San Pedro Claver
Close by is the Convento de San Pedro Claver, built by the Jesuits, originally under the name of San Ignacio de Loyola. The name was...
The sound system here, when it kicks, has been know to reduce grown men to tears – as does the extraordinary salsa collection of Don...
Muelle Turístico information
Lonely Planet review
Often incorrectly referred to as Pegasos (given the close location of the two sites), this is the old port of Cartagena on the Bahía de las Ánimas. Not much goes on here now other than the departure of tourist boats to Playa Blanca and Isla del Rosario (there's also a cruise office here for bookings). The new harbor where big ships dock is on Manga Island.