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The clock tower is also an entrance to the old walled city. It is probably one of the most famous landmarks. Near by, right by the clock tower on the old city side, you can find the traditional “candies” (not the candies we know but...More
Great bright colors that can be viewed from a distance the clock is well known and is a great reference point when visiting. Most of the time our taxi picked us up there. The carriage rides also reference it as first or last stop.
Cartagena's most famous landmark, The Torre del Reloj, or Clock Tower, was once the main gateway to the walled city. It was originally called Boca del Puente (The Mouth of the Bridge) linking Getsemani to the Old City via a drawbridge over a moat.
It is a rather run of the mill plaza with so so yellow tower in the middle with a clock. Not much of arthitectural interest there, but there is el "Pasaje de los Dulces" under the archway of a building on one side of the...More
I really liked staying in this hotel, even though some other reviewers did not. True it overlooks the very busy and noisy Plaza de los Coches, but that is the attraction if you enjoy being at the centre of activity.
Everywhere you would wish to...More