Fun Scooter Ride Through Cartagena And The Mythical Getsemani

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A quick, easy and fun way to get to know the city upon your arrival or departure! We will get to know the city from the walls of beautiful Cartagena, its iconic places and the Getsemaní neighborhood (qualified as one of the best tourist neighborhoods by FORBES and TRAVELERS)! During the trip we will take photos and videos so that you can take with you the digital memory of this outdoor, fun and cultural experience! In the Historic Center we will relax feeling the fresh air of the Caribbean Sea that reaches the city through its walls, we will know the most interesting places rarely visited by tourists. Upon arrival in Gethsemane we will be able to appreciate its graffiti, share with the locals and other visitors who consider this beautiful neighborhood their favorite place. This is a one-of-a-kind experience that will allow you to have an appreciation of the best points of interest between Cartagena and the Getsemaní neighborhood. Do not miss this adventure, fun and cultural ride!

Itinerary Details

Operated by: Luz Angelica Gomez

This is a typical itinerary for this product

Stop At: Torre del Reloj

The Puerta del Reloj, Torre del Reloj or Boca del Puente or Plaza Internacional Carlos Campillo is the main gateway to the historic center of Cartagena de Indias in Colombia and the original entrance to the fortified city.

Duration: 10 minutes

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We will run with our scooters on the imposing walls of the Historic City, making photo stops at the most attractive points of interest to take pictures. The old city of Cartagena, its historic center, is surrounded by 11 km of walls (8 km remain) in order to protect the city from constant attacks by the enemies of the crown and pirates.

Duration: 25 minutes

Stop At: La Serrezuela

La Serrezuela was originally built in 1893 and used to be the central theater and bullfighting arena. They would host bullfights, horse shows, plays and concerts, and boxing tournaments until the 1970s.

Duration: 5 minutes

Pass By: Las Bovedas

The Vaults are a structure in the Old City of Cartagena in Colombia, attached to the walls. The Caribbean Sea is visible from the top of the structure. They were built as dungeons.

Pass By: Plaza Santo Domingo

Tourists describe it as: A magical place at night. You have to go, yes or yes. The restaurants around the square take their tables to the square, and the musicians liven up the nights. You really have to be there, the lights, the people and the atmosphere, it's romantic and charming.

Pass By: Cathedral Basilica of St. Catherine of Alexandria

The Cathedral of Santa Catalina de Alejandría, officially the Metropolitan Cathedral Basilica of Santa Catalina de Alejandría, is a Colombian cathedral church of Catholic worship under the patronage of Santa Catalina de Alejandría. The cathedral is in the Herrerian style, characteristic of the reign of Felipe II, which corresponds to the third and last stage of Spanish Renaissance architecture.

Pass By: Sanctuary of Saint Peter Claver

The Church of San Pedro Claver is a Colombian temple of Catholic worship dedicated to San Pedro Claver, whose remains are found on its main altar.

Pass By: Alcaldia de Cartagena

Old Customs House. Located in the Plaza de la Aduana in the historic center of the city of Cartagena, Colombia. The founder of Cartagena, Don Pedro de Heredia, lived in the building.

Pass By: Plaza de la Aduana

The Plaza de la Aduana, the largest in Cartagena, Colombia, was originally intended to serve as the main square, so the administrative offices were built around it during the colonial era. There is the mansion where the founder of Cartagena, Pedro de Heredia, lived, and a statue in homage to Christopher Columbus.

Pass By: Plaza de los Coches

It is the most central square in the city and the first to receive visitors to the historic center, as it is located after crossing the Puerta del Reloj.

Pass By: Camellon de los Martires

The Camellón de los Mártires connects the center of Cartagena with the traditional neighborhood of Getsemaní and is adjacent to the Muelle de los Pegasos, the Clock Tower and the city's Convention Center.

Stop At: Barrio Getsemani

Recognized by FORBES AND TRAVELERS MAGAZINE as one of the "10 Coolest Neighborhoods in the World", the modern neighborhood of Getsemaní has as its main attraction the Plaza de la Santísima Trinidad, where quiet groups of people gather to drink beer, listen to street artists and eat grilled arepas from adjacent stalls. Nearby streets, also known for their colorful murals, are lined with lively pizzerias and casual bistros serving Colombian fare. Craft breweries, cocktail bars, and Café Havana salsa bar continue the party until the early hours of the morning. We will take spectacular and picturesque photos there!

Duration: 25 minutes

Stop At: Plaza de La Trinidad

The Plaza de la Trinidad in Cartagena de Indias or Plaza de la Santisima Trinidad is located in the legendary and popular neighborhood of Getsemani and takes its name from the church with which it shares the stage “Iglesia de la Santisima Trinidad”. It is the meeting place for artists, artisans, tourists, locals and residents, perhaps the most vibrant place in Cartagena at night.

Duration: 5 minutes
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