- Cartagena Info - Portal with tourism and business . . .
CartagenaInfo, The Guide to Cartagena - offers quality information about Cartagena on the internet Here you will information on hotels, restaurants, history, tourist places, photos, with direct contact to the user We offer advertising services to businesses and professionals in Cartagena who want to have more presence on the internet
- Cartagena, a Hidden Retreat | Travel + Leisure
Related: T+L’s Definitive Guide to Cartagena Every season the crowd grows a little bigger and a little more glamorous, and from December to March finding a table at of-the-moment restaurants like 8-18, Palma, or La Vitrola can be tricky
- Cartagena | Discover Colombia
Cartagena is a city located on the Atlantic coast of Colombia The city is an important historical site and has become an international tourism destination
- Colombia travel - Lonely Planet
The UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) advises against travel to the port of Buenaventura in the department of Valle de Cauca and the port of Tumaco in the department of Nariño Please check with your relevant national government
- Colombia Weather - Weather in Colombia seasons in . . .
The weather in Colombia is not something that is easy to generalise about On the one hand, it is equatorial, so there is very little variation throughout the year On the other hand, however, there is such a variety in landscapes and terrains that the country is home to a startling array of climates, from dry, hot desert to humid jungle and freezing mountainous regions
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Murcia and Spanish news round-up week ending 6th July 2018: Probable Ryanair strikes threaten travel plans as Terminator, wild fires and a July heat wave hit the headlines in the Costa Cálida A threat to summer travel plans for visitors to the Costa Cálida emerged during this week, when unions representing Ryanair cabin crew staff in Spain warned that unless the airline responds to their