The Apartment is located in **BOCAGRANDE CARTAGENA*** and has Million Dollar Views. Located by the Sea Shore ; On the 17th Floor. Elevator Building with 24 hour Door Man. The building has magnificent city and ocean views. It is a modern Building with a fantastic swimming pool on the third floor.
The apartment has two bedrooms, each with its private bath. There is a TV in each room as well as in the Living room. There is internet access.
The kitchen is completely updated and has Granite counter tops with Stainless steel appliances. It is fully equipped. There is a microwave, coffee maker, and blender.
This apartment Building is located across the street from the Caribbean Ocean within walking distance to many popular restaurants, cafes, and shops.
This apartment is located 10 minutes away from
Cartagena's main attraction, Historic Old Town which is surrounded by the city wall. The main entrance is the Clock Tower building. The walled city includes the neighborhoods Centro, San Diego, Getsemaní and the modern part La Matuna. The oldest part of Cartagena is around Plaza Trinidad in Getsemaní.
Cartagena's 500-hundred year-old coralstone forts and great parts of its walled city are admirably intact and represent some of the finest examples of civil and military architecture of the Spanish colonial times.
The Castillo de San Felipe is a fortress designed by the Dutch engineer Richard Carr and built in 1657 by the Spanish for protection against pirates while shipping gold out to Europe.
Close to the San Felipe fortress is the 150m high La Popa hill, which offers great views over Cartagena and the harbor area. The 17th century Santa Cruz monastery is here, which has a beautifully restored courtyard and a fine image of the Virgin of La Candelaria.
Museums: The Palacio de la Inquisición (Palace of Inquisition) is where the Spanish Inquisition tortured, judged and convicted men accused of crimes against religion. It is situated in 'Plaza de Bolivar' in the historic center.
The Gold Museum is free and worthwhile. It's also air-conditioned which provides a nice break from the heat.
Churches: Almost all churches in the historic center are worth visiting, especially Iglesia de San Pedro Claver, in honor of the priest St. Pedro Claver, who was the first saint of the new world for his work with slaves; La Catedral, near Plaza de Bolivar and the Iglesia de Santo Domingo.