Explore the Cultural Riches of Santa Marta with Us

Discover the rich cultural heritage of Santa Marta through our exciting city tours. Our experienced guides will take you on a journey through time on the cobbled streets of the historic center, where colonial architecture and historical narratives come to life.

Explore fascinating museums and participate in local festivals that reveal the cultural diversity of the region. Whether you're interested in history, music, cuisine, or traditions, our personalized city tours will immerse you in the authentic coastal culture of Santa Marta."

Santa Marta, founded by Rodrigo de Bastidas in 1525

a row of colorful buildings on a city street
a row of colorful buildings on a city street

Built as one of the first cities in Colombia. Its charming historic center holds architectural secrets and cultural treasures you won't want to miss.

Explore the House of the Customs, immerse yourself in the serenity of Bolivar Park, be seduced by the atmosphere of Los Novios Park, admire the majesty of the San Juan Nepomuceno Cloister, walk the halls of the San Juan de Dios Convent, and behold the beauty of Morro Santa Marta and the imposing San Fernando Fort.

La Quinta de San Pedro Alejandrino: el eterno descanso de Simón Bolívar, el Libertador.

a large white building with a clock on the front of it
a large white building with a clock on the front of it

This iconic historic site has been transformed into a captivating house museum that you must visit when in our beautiful city. Strategically located on the peaceful outskirts of the city, the Quinta de San Pedro Alejandrino stands as a monument to history that deserves your attention. Learn more about the legacy of the Liberator Bolívar here.

Basilica Cathedral of Santa Marta

a long row of white pillars on a building
a long row of white pillars on a building

A true treasure of Latin American history. As the first cathedral built on this continent, this monument holds an invaluable heritage. Stepping inside, we immerse ourselves in the architectural elegance of the Renaissance, a testimony to the mastery of past eras.

It is not only a place of worship, but also a silent witness to the greatness of our history: the remains of Simón Bolívar rested here for a significant period of 12 years in the 19th century. Today, the cathedral also houses the remains of another illustrious explorer, Rodrigo De Bastidas, adding an chapter to its rich narrative.

"Discover culinary excellence in Callejón del Correo!"

a red brick street with a traffic light on the side of it
a red brick street with a traffic light on the side of it

This charming passage connecting the vibrant Plaza de Bolívar with the cozy Parque Santander is a culinary gem not to be missed during your visit. Here, your palate will be captivated by a wide variety of flavors, from indigenous dishes celebrating our roots to tempting international cuisine and fast food options.

Best of all, restaurants have a license to set up tables and chairs on this pedestrian street, giving you the opportunity to enjoy the various artistic expressions that often come to life in this lively corner of the city.


The culture in Santa Marta is colorful and ready to be explored by the curious. Contact us so we can make sure you don't miss anything essential during your trip.





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