You must go here when visiting Cartagena. It's the highest point in the city and the architecture is quite beautiful. A great afternoon trip through a truly humbling part of the city.
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If you have the time, then the views from La Popa are worth checking out, but I'm not sure it's worth the trek if your time is precious. I opted to walk from the Old Town, which I was told would take about an hour....More
Great view of Cartagena and a beautiful church as well. I found interesting all the historical items with their history explained; as well as the wide collection of foreign bills.
I visited the convent and the church on the day that Cartagena commemorates La Virgen de la Candelaria. It is a beautiful celebration every year, and the convent and the church are so beautiful, it is a must see any time of the year in...More
This site offers a great view of the city of Cartagena good opportunity for pictures.It is mostly a religious site and quiet.
The convent is at the top of a hill, offering phenomenal views of the city, from several directions. The history is quite interesting. Definitely go with a guide. The drive up there is on windy roads. It's a "don't miss" excursion.
The Convento opens at 8:30 and if you are one of the first people there before cruise ship tour groups arrive, you basically have the place to yourself. A taxi up to site, waiting up to an hour for your visit and a return trip...More
Tou can get a guided tour of the convent as well as one of Forte Felipe for the same price as a taxi ride up and down again. The view of Cartagena was breathtaking from this convent which was in front of the hill. Inside...More
Small room but it is a work of art. It wasn't busy when we went so you can take your time to view. Its quite ornate but much smaller than ose in european locations.