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Once at the Las Bovedas you can immerse yourself in finding that perfect souvenir while you enjoy a cold libation and there will be numerous photographic opportunities of the historic Walled City. Catherine of Alexandria Cathedral. The Palace of Inquisition has fantastic details such as hand carved balconies of wood and huge gates of carved stone. If you are interested in the ecosystem of the Caribbean Sea and like pristine white sand beaches then a great thing to do in Cartagena is to take a trip to the Rosario Islands. Today the 23 vaults and 47 archways at Las Bovedas are an entertainment mecca from shopping to restaurants to small watering holes. You can decide to walk through Bazurto Market or take a bike ride through the Walled City and you can even try a day trip to view incredible bird species that call the area home. 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