Colonial splendor, Caribbean soul, and unfaltering pride, Cartagena has a spirit wholly its own. This Colombian treasure boasts numerous, can’t-miss landmarks including the pastel Teatro Adolfo Mejia, the famous Clock Tower, and the church of San Pedro Claver, originally built by Spanish Jesuits in the 1600s. Dating to the 16th century, the walled Old Town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is full of cobblestone alleyways, bougainvillea and orange-yellow facades. However, the true spirit of the city is found in the quiet daily moments. Experience the quaint scenes and extraordinary vistas that make Cartagena a trove of wonders.