Cartagena Puerto de Culturas tourist attractions in the city of Cartagena
Historic monuments and museums, tourist bus, boat trips and the panoramic lift Cartagena Puerto de Culturas was formed in 2001 by the regional government of Murcia in collaboration with the Town..

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The Roman Forum District museum in the Molinete archaeological park in Cartagena
The remains of a thermal baths complex and a temple to the deities Isis and Serapis on the Molinete hill in Cartagena When the importance of Carthago Nova, the Roman city which evolved into Cartagena..

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Discounts on visiting historic sites in Cartagena with vouchers from Cartagena Puerto de Culturas
Choose your own itinerary as you discover the 3,000-year history of Cartagena The wealth of historical sites and museums in Cartagena can make it very difficult to decide which to visit during..

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The tourist bus in Cartagena, enjoy the sights of the historic city on an open-air double decker
A 45-minute trip taking in the highlights of a visit to Cartagena  A trip around the historic city of Cartagena on board the double-decker tourist bus laid on by Cartagena Puerto de Culturas is a..

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The Augusteum, a Roman temple in Cartagena dedicated to the Emperor Augustus
A temple to elevate the Emperor of Rome to the status of a deity in the city of Carthago Nova The Romans conquered the Carthaginian city of Qart Hadasht in 209 BC, renaming it Carthago Nova, and..

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La Casa de la Fortuna, a 2,000-year-old Roman residence in Cartagena
A glimpse into the lives of the wealthy merchants of Carthago Nova The Romans conquered the Carthaginian city of Qart Hadasht in 209 BC, renaming it Carthago Nova, and almost 150 years later (between..

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The Punic Wall Interpretation Centre in Cartagena
Remains of the 2,200-year-old Carthaginian "Muralla Púnica" which failed to protect the city from the Romans This centre contains part of the remains of the original wall which encircled..

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The Roman city of Carthago Nova, forerunner of Cartagena
A city of up to 17,000 people lived off the wealth created by 40,000 mining slaves “If, soldiers, you imagine that I have brought you here merely to attack a city, you have given more thought..

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The Morería district next to the Molinete archaeological park in Cartagena
The former Roman site was home to the “morisco” descendants of the Moors during the late Middle Ages The hill of Molinete is one of the five which stand on what was once the peninsula of Cartagena..

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<span style='color:#780948'>ARCHIVED</span> - Roman Theatre Museum in Cartagena re-opens from Friday 5th June
The most visited museum in the Region of Murcia re-opens its doors on Friday 5th June after the Covid crisis forced its temporary closure. Click here to see full information about the magnificent..

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