"Cartagena's blend of cultures is a testament to the peaceful coexistence of diversity".

"This is a private experience in which you are able to manage the time, itinerary and price according to your wishes and budget".

A private walking tour in Cartagena is not just a journey through its streets and landmarks; it's an immersive experience that unveils the soul of this extraordinary destination. Whether you're a history enthusiast, a food lover, or someone seeking the authentic spirit of Cartagena. The city of Cartagena always has something special to offer you. This private tour provides a personalized and enriching adventure for those who always seeking new experiences and genuine encounters. Making a difference among others through tailored tours for small private groups and couples. Offering an ideal adventure for those who like to know where to go, where to eat, where to hang out and what to do for fun.




The driver will take us to La Serrezuela shopping center, located in the walled city of Cartagena. We will go through San Diego neighborhood that offers a wonderful introduction to the rich history and vibrant culture of Cartagena de indias.


Then, we will visit "Las Bovedas" which is not just a collection of arches; it's a living testament to the city's storied past. Built in the early 18th century, Las Bovedas originally served as dungeons and military storage. Today, within these ancient chambers, you'll find local artisans crafting exquisite goods that reflect Colombia's rich culture. 


After soaking the sights of Las Bóvedas. We will visit the heart of Cartagena historic center. San Diego Square's charm has not only attracted visitors but also inspired poets, writers, and artists to capture its allure in their works. One notable landmark in Plaza de San Diego is the Santa Clara Hotel, a luxurious hotel housed in a former convent. The Santa Clara Hotel is renowned for its elegant architecture, blending colonial and contemporary styles seamlessly.


The Cathedral of Santa Catalina de Alejandría is one of the most iconic landmarks in Cartagena, Colombia. It was built during the colonial period, and construction started in the early 17th century. The cathedral showcases a stunning combination of Baroque and Spanish colonial architectural styles.


Simón Bolívar Park is one of the prominent green spaces in Cartagena de indias, Colombia. Simón Bolívar, a prominent historical figure known as the "Liberator of South America." This name honors his role in achieving independence for several South American countries from Spanish colonial rule.


Santo Domingo Square is a must-visit destination in Cartagena, offering a blend of history, culture, art, and entertainment in a picturesque colonial setting. It's a place where you can immerse yourself in the vibrant atmosphere of the city. The square is pedestrian-friendly and can be easily explored on foot. It's a central hub for those exploring the historic walled city.


San Pedro Claver Church is not only a place of religious significance but also a historical and cultural treasure in Cartagena. It offers a window into the city's colonial past and the remarkable life of Saint Peter Claver. The church is located within walking distance of other historic sites in the walled city, making it a convenient stop for tourists interested in colonial history.


Plaza de la Aduana, also known as the Customs Square is a historic and iconic public square in Cartagena, Colombia. The square is pedestrian-friendly and can be easily explored on foot. It serves as a central hub for tourists and a starting point for exploring the walled city. In the evenings, the square comes alive with a vibrant nightlife scene. It's a popular spot for both locals and tourists to enjoy cocktails, music, and entertainment.


The clock tower is going to be our last stop in the walled city of Cartagena. It is not only a historical and architectural gem but also a symbol of the city's enduring cultural significance. The Clock Tower is often used as a focal point for various events, celebrations, and festivals in Cartagena. It's a central gathering place for both locals and tourists.


Parque Centenario is situated in the Getsemaní neighborhood of Cartagena, just a short walk from the historic walled city. The park was inaugurated in 1911 to commemorate the centenary of Colombian independence from Spanish rule. It is a significant historical landmark in the city. Parque Centenario offers a peaceful green space in the heart of Cartagena, making it a popular spot for locals and tourists to relax and escape the hustle and bustle of the city.


Our tour guide will take you to the Cartagena Convention Center, which is an important venue for conferences, events and conventions in Cartagena, Colombia. It is located in the Getsemani neighborhood,  right along the coastline, providing beautiful views of the internal bay of the city. The Cartagena Convention Center has hosted many significant national and international events, including business conferences, government summits, cultural festivals and concerts.


The "Umbrella Street" in Getsemaní, Cartagena, Colombia, is a popular and colorful tourist attraction known for its vibrant and artistic ambiance. The street is adorned with a canopy of colorful umbrellas suspended above it, creating a stunning and visually captivating scene. It has become a popular backdrop for photos and a symbol of the neighborhood's artistic and bohemian atmosphere.


Getsemaní is one of the oldest neighborhoods in Cartagena and played a crucial role in the city's history, particularly during colonial times. It was home to both slaves and free Afro-Caribbean populations. Getsemaní has emerged as a hub for street art and graffiti in Cartagena. The neighborhood's streets are adorned with an array of murals, paintings, and artistic expressions, making it a hotspot for art enthusiasts and photographers.


This will be the last stop on our tour. Plaza de la Trinidad is a must-visit place for those exploring Getsemaní and looking for an authentic cultural experience in Cartagena. Its lively and dynamic atmosphere showcases the unique charm and local spirit of the neighborhood. The square is often the epicenter of street parties and local celebrations, especially during festivals and holidays, when it becomes even more vibrant and animated.

Throughout the tour, your guide may suggest stops at local food stalls or restaurants, allowing you to try Colombian fresh fruit such as mango, watermelon, pineapple, and more. We also visit one of the most important coffee shop of the city.

What is includes?


The price varies depending on the size of the group. Would you like to get a quote that fits your budget?


How long time do i have to make the reservation for a walking tour in Cartagena?

This tour will be available up to four hours before starting. The tour usually starts at 8:00 am in the morning or at 3:00 p.m. in the afternoon.

How many people can be participating on this private walking tour?

This private walking tour is tailor made for small group size. We usually can go from one to ten people maximum.

How do i make the reservation?

It is very easy to make a reservation. Please scroll up this page to the booking section and click the "BOOK NOW" button. Then complete the reservation form and submit it. We will send you an email with the booking confirmation.

4. How do i cancel a reservation?

Travelers can cancel the experience up to 24 hours before the start time (local time zone) to receive a full refund. After that time period, no refunds will be made.


Walking tour in Cartagena

Malinda Conrad

I booked this tour same day and they were more than accommodating. My guide Fabio was

exceptional in providing rich history of Cartagena, treats from street vendors and easy pick up and drop off. Would definitely recommend.

Walking tour in Cartagena

Diana Garcia

Some of the best tours we’ve had. We did a walking tour and day boat tour with Fabio and everything was amazing! Fabio is great and ensured we were always having a great time. Everything felt very personalized and comfortable. I highly recommend Fabio and his tours. We learned so much about the city and what places to check out. We left Cartagena making a new friend and loving the city. Will be back for sure!

Best Walking tour in Cartagena

Rick Garris

Beautiful Spanish colonial architecture, tons of great food, interesting history, and nice people. What more can I say? Visit! and make sure you contact the right travel agency. Fabio is a knowledgeable and very friendly guide. Highly recommended!

Walking tour in Cartagena

Mathilde Gallindo

Short tour, off the beaten tourist track of Cartagena, where Fabio guides me, who was born and raised both here and in Turbaco. He made me try some egg arepas, which were REALLY good. We continued the culinary tour to the town of Turbaco, about 45 minutes from Cartagena. We ate grilled chicken, REALLY delicious, the size of which we chose depending on how many people we had to share, accompanied by potatoes, cassava and an aioli sauce that was even better than the one that accompanied the egg arepas. The journey is also worth the detour, we pass through many neighborhoods in the south of Cartagena, which Fabio described to me as we traveled through the Transcaribbean, until we reach the road where the collectivos take us to Turbaco. Once there you can take a motorbike ride to the central square which has bars, restaurants and of course, music and a good atmosphere. Great tour, great guide, muchas gracias Fabio!!!!

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