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Airports in Miami
Miami International Airport serves the city of Miami, Florida. It is
situated in Miami-Dade County and is approximately 13 kilometers away from
the Downtown Miami. The airport is owned by Miami-Dade County and operated
by Miami-Dade Aviation Department (MDAD). It is a hub for American
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Cartagena is a port city on Colombia’s Caribbean coast, boasting colorful
buildings, a rich history and plenty of things to see and do. Here’s a list
of the top sights and activities in the city.
Things to Do in Cartagena
Located in the heart of Cartagena, this ‘walled city’, protected by a
fortress, was once used to shelter the city from pirates and storms. Within
this small sector you will find an incredible array of bars, restaurants,
shops and some beautiful (and rather expensive) hotels. Despite it being
filled with tourists pretty much all year round, this historic corner of
the city has not lost its charm.
Museu De Oro
Almost every large Colombia city has a gold museum, and Cartagena is no
exception. Although it is small, the Museo de Oro hosts a fantastic
collection of the gold and pottery of the Zenu (also known as Sinu) people,
who inhabited the departments of Bolivar, Cordoba, Sucre and northern
Antioquia before the Spanish Conquest. Look out for special exhibitions and
the guided tours, offered in both English and Spanish.
Playa Blanca is undoubtedly one of Colombia’s most beautiful beaches.
Located on Baru island, it is 45 minutes by boat from Cartagena port, or
around a two-hour car journey from the main city. Crystal-clear waters lap
the perfectly white sand and visitors have the option to spend a day
relaxing on this incredible beach or, should that not be enough, you can
also stay overnight. Come for the day and make the most of some delicious
fresh fish served alongside coconut rice. Stay the night and you can
appreciate the beach in complete stillness and silence once all day
trippers leave. Either way, a visit to this beach is a must for anyone
spending more than a day in Cartagena.
Best Time to Fly to Cartagena
The months between January & March are ideal for exploring the city.
The peak season is from December to mid-January and then in Holy Week. Try
avoiding the crowd during Holy Week by checking in advance if you are
planning to visit in March or April. Accommodation prices soar to skies
during the peak season like any other destination. The rainy season is from
August to November, making it the off season. You can avail good deals in