We offer a guided bicycle tour of the historic center (the city walled city), Getsemaní, Manga and Bocagrande. The tour starts in the historic centre: we will drive through all the main points of tourist interest and we will stop several times in order to take pictures and listen to our guide’s stories about Cartagena The route continues to Getsemaní, the neighbourhood where Florentino Ariza lived. He is the character of the world-renowned novel, Love in the Time of Cholera, written by the colombian writer Nobel Prize winner, Gabriel García Márquez.
Next, we’ll go to the other side of the bridge Román, towards Manga. We will pass by the beautiful Villa Román. Then we will visit the cemetery of Manga, the oldest in Cartagena. We continue along the promenade of Bocagrande. Due to its horizon and the influence of North America, Bocagrande is a popular point of interest for international tourists. It is also called “Little Miami.”