The Bastion Luxury Hotel stands out for being a hotel in the historic center of Cartagena de Indias. It is the perfect hotel to discover all the tourist attractions of Cartagena on foot, since it is located on Sargento Mayor street, in the heart of the walled city: the Church of Santo Toribio, the Fernández Madrid Park, the Cathedral, the Local Clock , the Domes, the walls, the Gold Museum... In addition, our hotel has good communications with the Government Palace of Cartagena, the Museum of Modern Art -one of the best in Colombia-, the Plaza de Bolívar, the Plaza de la Aduana, the Plaza de Los Coches and the Castillo de San Felipe.

Castillo de San Felipe de Barajas

Come and be amazed with the tour in this emblematic monument that was built in 1657 during the Spanish colonial era. Learn about the numerous historical accounts that describe the importance of this place and admire the incredible architecture that made it be considered one of the seven wonders of Colombia.

Cerro de La Popa

It is the highest point of the city and from its top you have a perfect panoramic view of the entire city, the Caribbean Sea and the island of Tierra Bomba. The Popa Convent is one of the most popular tourist visits in Cartagena de Indias.

Ciudad Amurallada

It is located in the historic center of the city and is considered a national and world heritage site. It has a characteristic architecture that will transport you to the Spanish colonial era. Here you can find the Palace of the Inquisition, the Zenú Gold Museum and much more.

Iglesia Santuario San Pedro Claver

It is a representative religious place of the city of Cartagena that was built between 1580 and 1654, under the parameters of the scholonial constructions, with an impressive architecture. You will find art, culture and history together in one of the preferred churches to carry out the most beautiful weddings.

Monumento de la India Catalina

It is a clear representation of Caribbean history and ethnicity. The legendary Indian Catalina is a symbol of the native race, a docile and peaceful woman at the service of colonization as a translator. Today she is the only indigenous image to which honors are shown.

Plaza de las Bóvedas

It is considered the last colonial work of the city. Its structure consists of 47 arches and 23 vaults, built as an explosion-proof structure. Currently, it is a handicrafts market where tourists can find and buy various pieces of traditional crafts.

Plaza Santo Domingo

Take advantage of this space that brings together the best of the nightlife of the walled city. Nice to dine and have a good coffee with your family and friends. In addition, you can get to know its colonial style and the sculpture 'Gertrudis' by Fernando Botero and admire its beauty.
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