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Cartagena in the times of García Márquez
An approach to Cartagena, the colonial Colombian city where Gabriel García Márquez spent his youth and where every corner seems to have been taken from a chapter in his magical realism novels. He describes the city as “the very ancient and heroic, ... the most beautiful in the world.”
The rescue of Cartagena de Indias
This prestigious Sunday magazine, Vich belongs to the Mercury newspaper, dedicated 6 pages to Cartagena de Indias, highlighting the cultural and historical aspects of its streets, mixed with the boom boutique of the city.
5 Spas 5 stars
Le Spa that belongs to Sofitel Santa Clara, which was a convent long time ago, and immortalized by Gabo in his novel “About love and other demons”, was chosen among other international spas, as the best caress from the Colombian northern coast.
Restaurants with taste
Among a list of some latinamerican restaurants, this travel magazine describes the gastronomy of the native Cartagena, with fascinating images. Cobe is distributed in New York, Barcelona, Buenos Aires, Caracas and Santiago de Chile.