7 Of The Most Instagrammable Locations In Cartagena, Colombia
Photo Credit: Jorge Gardner

Photo Credit: Jorge Gardner

7 Of The Most Instagrammable Locations In Cartagena, Colombia

Cartagena , Colombia
Parker Diakite
Parker Diakite Apr 1, 2021

The vibrant culture, stunning beaches, and architecture make Cartagena, Colombia one of the most exciting places to explore and document on the gram.

Here are the 7 most Instgrammable locations that you don’t want to miss.

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1. Abacus Books and Coffee

 

 

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Abacus Books and Coffee offers a wide range of books but has become a place full of music, poetry, and the go-to bookstore for an Instagrammable picture.

2. Movich Hotels

 

 

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The Movich Hotel is a gorgeous hotel located in the old city. It’s a favorite among visitors because it’s one of the best rooftops offering the best views of Cartagena.

3. Getsemani Street

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There’s so much to love about Getsemani Street and you don’t want to miss it! It’s a festive area where you can take pictures of the amazing street art, great restaurants and cafés, and the infamous flags. 

4. Malagana Café & Bar

 

 

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Malagana Café & Bar is not only Instaworthy, but it’s a great place for drinks and Caribbean food.

5. Castillo de San Felipe de Barajas

 

 

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The Castillo San Felipe de Barajas is a fortification located on a hill called San Lázaro.

In 1984, UNESCO included the Historic Center of the city of Cartagena, all of its fortifications, and the San Felipe de Barajas castle on the list of World Heritage Sites. It is considered one of the seven wonders of Colombia.

6. The Walled City

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Among the most iconic fortifications of “La Heroíca”, the Walls of Cartagena are the most recognized. It was a project that lasted nearly two centuries and ended in 1796. It was built to defend the city from attacks.

It’s a great place to catch sunsets over the Colombian Caribbean.

7. Rosario Islands

 

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Rosario Islands is an archipelago made up of a number of beautiful islands. The Isla Grande is the biggest and the most accessible one.

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