As parts of the Getsemani transform, this once dangerous and seedy neighborhood in Colombian port city Cartagena still keeps its stubborn, extraordinary charm alive.
Escape the bustle of the Caribbean’s hottest destination to luxuriate on the beaches of Baru, the island a short boat ride from Cartagena with very affordable vacation houses for rent. Full Article »
Latin America’s oldest film festival, the International Film Festival of Cartagena, is set to begin on February 21, combining original stories and documentaries from across the world. The 53-year-old festival Full Article »
Paul Schrader, writer of ‘Taxi Driver,’ and Willem Dafoe are among the big names at the 53rd International Film Festival of Cartagena de Indias.
The Hay Festival Cartagena de Indias, a literature and arts festival, has established a powerful means for Colombians to discover other cultures, and share their own, through words and stories told, Full Article »
The hum of concerts, workshops, talks and seminars will add to the rich sound and scene of Cartagena’s portico-covered streets and open-air theaters when the eighth annual Hay Festival of Full Article »
The English newspaper, The Telegraph, called Cartagena a city with “heart, soul and style,” and a deserving host for the January “Hay Festival” and the Nobel Prize winners that will Full Article »
Among a list of other prominent arts figures, Cartagena’s annual Hay Festival will proudly present two of Literature’s Nobel Prize winners in January. Both Mario Vargas Llosa of Peru and Herta Full Article »
The Caribbean city of Cartagena initiates its monumental month-long independence celebration, including floats, parades, music, the customary and the “Battle of the Flowers” parade that will last throughout November. The Full Article »