A World Heritage City which stands out due to the beauty of its sunsets and the sea breeze which bewitches our city Cartagena de Indias. Founded in 1533 by Pedro Heredia, it conserves the colonial architecture of its constructions, house facades of over 400 years old, and the biggest group of fortifications in South America. Cartagena, capital of the Bolivar region, is located on the banks of the Caribean Sea and, with the passing of time, it has become one of the most important Columbian ports. It has an important cultural and artistic heritage dating from the Spanish colonial period. Recognised as a World Heritage site by UNESCO, at present it is one of the most important tourist destinations in Colombia and Latin America. Amongst the most important attractions in the city, el Castillo de San Felipe de Barajas, las Bovedas, el Monumento a la India Catalina o el Parque Nacional Corales del Rosario y San Bernardo, stand out.