Castillo de San Felipe de Barajas
Wow! this is a majestic construction of the 15 century, you must go. Be prepared, though it is very hot depending on the hour of the day you go, so take a hat, water, and light clothes. This is located 15 minutes walking distance.
Visit Cartagena's Castillo San Felipe de Barajas one of the most important colonial military fortress in south America ! Ask Cristian to drive you there.
One of the most iconic places in Cartagena. Enjoy the history of Cartagena and also a great view of the city.
Fue la fortaleza militar de la corona Española en la epoca de la conquista de america. It was the military fortress of the Spanish crown at the time of the conquest of America.
Together with the use of the ocean it is the key to city. It is how the Spanish would defend the city and the gold that was to be transported to the islands and from there to Spain. Inside it has dark tunnels that would decrease their height so that when the British chased them they would hit their…
A MUST if you plan to visit cartagena`s history! feel like a spanish military and know our history. you can get tickets at the entrance of the castle and they have a cost of around 7USD per person. This is my favorite historical place.
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