Corralito de Piedra is a place with a unique charm that radiates from its colors, the history of its manor houses and its balconies, which have witnessed so much in their time.
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Eleven kilometers of walls enclose the historic center of this warm, coastal, ancient, and sophisticated city of the sixteenth century. This is the main destination for congresses and conventions on Colombia’s Caribbean Coast.
Its old churches and impressive architecture, its legendary colonial houses that belonged to counts and marquises, its lively narrow streets that exhibit immense respect for their architecture, the Fortress of San Felipe de Barajas, the Heredia Theater, and each one of its bulwarks are unequalled locations for incentive programs. The Inquisition Museum, the Gold Museum, the Naval Museum, and the Museum of the Zenú Culture are magnificent additions to such programs.
Several tours depart from this “Corralito de Piedra” (“Little Stone Pen”, as the city is lovingly called). One is known as the Garciamarquian Route and takes visitors to places that inspired Colombian Nobel prize-winning Gabriel García Márquez, including Barranquilla and Santa Marta, a true voyage across his life and his works.
Jewel of the Colombian Caribbean
Allow Cartagena to charm you while an unbeatable human team makes your incentive trip the most enriching experience of your group.
Hotels in Cartagena de Indias offer a variety of atmospheres to meet the profile of the incentive trip and the group. They include impressive luxury hotels that operate in exquisitely restored and decorated convents, cozy boutique hotels inside the walled city, modern hotels in the city’s modern section, and a resort hotel in the surroundings, just ten minutes by car from the historic center.
Unforgettable times may be shared in the Bay of Cartagena de Indias by sailing on a Spanish galleon or a sailboat in this cruise destination and main maritime port of the country.