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Cartagena, Spain: Walking Tour with Food and Drinks Tasting

1. Cartagena, Spain: Walking Tour with Food and Drinks Tasting

The “Tapa” has become a hallmark of the Spanish culture. On this excursion you’ll be able to enjoy several exquisite tapas and beverages during a delightful tour in the city of Cartagena. Your visit will begin at Cartagena harbor where you’ll meet your professional guide, who will answer any questions you have about local gastronomy and the history and culture of Cartagena. Truly emblematic places will be visited, such as the Consistorial Palace, Calle Mayor (a great example of Modernism in the city), the Casino, the Gran Hotel, San Francisco square, Casa Maestre, San Francisco Square, and Casa Maestre of Cartagena.. Several stops will be made during the visit to taste typical Spanish tapas, a real pleasure for all senses.

Cartagena: Ancient Roman Walking Tour with Entry Tickets

2. Cartagena: Ancient Roman Walking Tour with Entry Tickets

Enjoy a trip back in time as you discover Cartagena’s Roman history on a 3-hour walking tour. Visit some of the city's most important Roman monuments and ruins, archeological sites, and buildings, stopping for a drink and a tapa along the way. Follow your guide through the city’s streets and along the Roman Route as you learn about the city's Roman history. Take in some of Cartagena’s stunning 19th and 20th-century buildings as well. During this complete city tour your guide will provide commentary on all of Cartagena’s emblematic sites.

Cartagena: Tapas Tour

3. Cartagena: Tapas Tour

The Cartagena tapas tour will starts in the surrounding port areas where your expert foodie guide will await you. Start this enjoyable tour admiring the imposing city hall and its main pedestrian streets. Be ready for your first tapas and drink in a local restaurant where your guide will explain in detail the Spanish cuisine and why the Mediterranean diet was declared one of the best diets in the world. Your guide will also explain the Spanish gastronomy and its basic recipes. Continue walking down to the city centre and enjoy some green areas of the city. Enjoy the Town Hall and its different façades before continuing to the Cervantes House and Casino, these are both among some of Cartagena’s most impressive Art Nouveau buildings. The last stop will at a historical restaurant where you will taste the local Asiatico coffee, run by a local family where you can meet with some locals, and explore the history and traditions as they reunite in this restaurant. 

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What people are saying about Cartagena

Our guide Christina was very knowledgeable about the Romans in that period. She brought us around the most interesting parts of the city and we learned a lot. She also gave us an insight into the way they lived and how archaeologists are dealing with all the finds that regularly crop when they build in the city. We also enjoyed the drink and tapas afterwards. The old tavern we went into was genuine, locals used it and the tapas was delicious.

Our guide Cristina gave us a detailed tour of the Roman ruins and a good overview of Cartagena past and present. Her tour was interesting, informative and well-presented. She was very efficient with the time but we never felt rushed. Cristina was very friendly and good-humored. We enjoyed spending time with her.

We had a great time in Cartegena and got to see some of the real Spain that we wanted to

The ruins cover a lot of areas. Walking is necessary. Wear comfortable shoes.

A fun and tasty Tapas tour with an excellent interested guide