Nov 24

PHOTO ESSAY: The Enchanting Streets of Cartagena (& Happy Thanksgiving from Colombia!)

botero cartagena

 

A special shout out today to our friends in the USA who are celebrating Thanksgiving with a big fat turkey and probably a good few beers. Sounds like a treat, enjoy!

Happy Thanksgiving from Colombia
Happy Thanksgiving from Colombia

As a special treat for those of you Stateside (and, well, everywhere…) here’s a collection of photos of the magical city US Citizens love to love: Cartagena. 22% of visitors to Cartagena are from the US, which is 7% more than their nearest rival. Who said people from the US don’t travel?

These photos are taken fromSee Colombia Travel’s  Colombia photos galleries, which themselves are a collection of photos from a community of artists working to show the world Colombia through their work. If you’d like to get your work published on our website, don’t hesitate to get in touch.

Stunning architecture in Cartagena
Stunning architecture in Cartagena

 

The old wall of Cartagena
The old wall of Cartagena
Just chilling...
Just chilling…
Watching the sunset in Cartagena
Watching the sunset in Cartagena
View of the Caribbean
View of the Caribbean
Cartagena's enchanting streets
Cartagena’s enchanting streets
Colombian pride
Colombian pride
Woman in traditional dress
Woman in traditional dress
Wandering the streets
Wandering the streets
Colorful house in Cartagena
Colorful house in Cartagena

If you’re interested in a vacation in Cartagena, be sure to check out our friends over at See Colombia Travel for some great deals, and great advice.

And for more information, check the links below:

Cartagena video

Getting Married in Colombia 

Hollywood Vs. Colombia: Romancing The Stone

The Adventures of Linda & Bernie: Cartagena

One thought on “PHOTO ESSAY: The Enchanting Streets of Cartagena (& Happy Thanksgiving from Colombia!)

  1. Escape Hunter on

    I think Cartagena is a lovely place and deserves even more attention.
    I would love to visit it and thoroughly explore it, take lots and lots of photos and interact with the locals.

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