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5 Things To See and Do in Cartagena, Spain

Top Things To See and Do in Cartagena, Spain Cartagena, located in The Murcia region, Will atracts you in many ways Cartagena was heavily influenced by the Romans. Nowdays visitors, and tourist can delight with impressive Roman remains spread all over the city. Are...

Visit Cartagena 【2019】

A walkthrough the history of Cartagena. Before you visit Cartagena, we want to give you some pills about our history, that could make you better understand the importance of our city. One of the most demanded Cartagena tour guides with the cruise...

Sunken treasures, underwater heritage in Cartagena

Recovered sunken treasures are part of the amazing underwater heritage that you can enjoy during your visit to Cartagena. “Nuestra Señora de las Mercedes” was a late 18th century frigate with 36 guns. It was attacked on its way home, just before arriving to his final...

Asiatico Coffee In Cartagena

One of the main memories that we take from a trip are the flavours of the new and typical dishes of each city that we have tried during our stay, and in Cartagena our coffee tastes like Asian coffee, one of the most emblematic drinks of the city whose origin has...

Cartagena Cruise Excursion

-LADY SOL LEGEND- Cartagena Cruise Excursion   Cartagena hides lots of wonderful stories, and leyends ,throughout history there have been many characters of legend, and today we want to introduce you one of the most unknown that our Cartagena tour guides explains...

10 impressive beaches in Cadiz

Shore trips in Ten of the most impressive beaches in (Cadiz) Spain. The Barrosa (Chiclana) Its more than 6 kilometers in length invite you to walk along the shore, to relax with the sound of the water and to leave behind the problems. Without a doubt, a very calm and...

The maritime wall: Military heritage in Cartagena

Lying parallel to the seafront in the main port area, you will be impressed by the last city wall of Cartagena, built in the 18th century, on the orders of the Spanish King Carlos III. Cartagena and its Arsenal became the main military facility of the Spanish...

Drink horchata – Valencia

From the many different things you can experience and do in Valencia, drinking horchata is, without a doubt, one of your main musts. This tiger nut (“chufas” in Spanish) milk is one of the region's gastronomic treasures. It was originally homemade, but nowadays you...

Picasso’s birth town – Malaga

One of the world known and most influential painters of the 19th century was born in the Spanish city of Málaga, we are referring to Pablo Picasso. The father of Cubism, who lived in Málaga, had his first contact with painting thanks to with his own father, José Ruiz...

Santa Barbara Castle – Alicante

Santa Barbara Castle is the main monument in Alicante and is always included in each cruise shore excursion, as is one of the most fascinating historical attractions in the coastal city of Alicante. Essential in any tour, you can discover all the secrets in its...

The Alcazaba Fortress – ALMERIA

Almeria is well known for being a film location for countless spaghetti western movies and commercial spots. It even inspired John Lennon in 1966 for writing his Strawberry Fields Forever song. But today we will be talking about The Alcazaba in Almeria as one of your...

Roman Theatre of Cartagena

Would you like to visit Cartagena? Roman Theatre Cruise excursion For your next visit to Cartagena we invite you to discover The magnificent historical legacy of our city   The discovery of the Roman Theatre in Cartagena was one of the most important archaeological...

Do you know the real story about Spanish Tapas?

First of all, let's find out the true meaning of the word itself: tapa. In Spanish, this means a cover, a lid. Evidently the whole story begins from the need of covering something. In the Middle Ages, in the old taverns, they used to cover the glass of wine to stop...

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