Cartagena, a city of walls and white beaches that shines not only for its colonial architecture, but also for its congress infrastructure.
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The Walled City at night
The Rafael Núñez International Airport, which bears of the name of the President of Colombia who composed the verses of the National Anthem, is situated within the urban perimeter of the city, only ten minutes away from the historic center.
Cartagena is located very close to Barranquilla and Santa Marta, the two main continental ports of Colombia on the Atlantic Sea. The roads that connect these three cities are excellent, as well as the roads that connect them to inland Colombia. Cartagena is connected by land with the rest of the Atlantic Coast and the cities of Medellín, Bucaramanga, and Bogotá.