Cartagena Nightlife

  • Nightlife
    by justintobias
  • Nightlife
    by justintobias
  • Nightlife
    by justintobias

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    Mister Babilla's: Rumba!

    by justintobias Updated Aug 5, 2006

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    Great music. Big, never overcrowded, great air condition and ventilation. Hot dancing girls. Its Cheaper to order bottle service if there is a group of people. I would go out every night and always end up there by the end because it is so much fun. Never saw and shady people to worry about. Hottt women everywhere. Learn to salsa dance before you show up.

    Dress Code: Casual Dress is ok. Dress in attire to dance to.

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    Dancing ,People Watching, Romantic Run: Night Life in Cartagena

    by LUZMOONBOY Updated Apr 18, 2006

    To pass an unforgettable while in the nights Cartagena there are bars, coffees, casinos and discos that the city offers. The best places for “rumbear” are Corralito de Piedra, Arsenal Street, and Bocagrande, since romantic and pleasant atmospheres until happy “rumbeaderos”, places where you will have the opportunity to know artists and cajolement people that visit Cartagena de Indies.
    You can also enjoy a walk in coach or a walk for the Old City and admire its splendid view by the romantic colonial streetlights.

    Going by “chiva” has got in an interesting way to travel in the night around Cartagena. Colorful and picturesque busses where it serves rum, accompanied for the rhythm of Caribbean airs.

    Are three hours of a great tour that starts in Cartagena Bay, where it can appreciate in the distance The Poop, the insignia ship Gloria with its illuminated mast and The Illustrious Guest House nailed in the Manzanillo Island, in one side of the port.

    When leaving Bocagrande it is glimpsed the Jetty of the Pegasos, the Tower of the Clock and the Center of Conventions, hall of the Arsenal, the street of the rumba. In the crossing of the Bridge Roman toward the Island of Manga is appreciated in all its dimension the magnificence of San Felipe's Castle.

    For taste the typical fried food as the traditional empanada with egg, the chiva stops in the wall from where one can admire the architecture of the Santa Clara Hotel, then continue toward the Escollera de Bocagrande where the walk concludes, with an invitation to follow the “rumba” there.

    The value of the rumba in chiva, includes liquor and fried food from Cartagena and you can reserve to the interior of the travel agencies that operate in the hotels.

    Dress Code: Jeans, and confortable wear

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