Adults, Kids
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Discover the Modernist Cartagena of the XIX century, as you have never before experienced.

DEPARTURE/ARRIVAL Port of Cartagena.
DURATION Half journey (10:00 – 13:00) / (18:00 – 21:00)
Local guide.

Theatrical representation and a modernist stage realized by three actors.

Last representation of the cabaret singer at the beginning of tapas moment.

Modernist Route.

2 tapas and a drink.

TARGET PUBLIC Everybody. To all those who want to live a unique experience, learn the culture and enjoy an unforgettable day alone or accompanied.

We are not simply satisfy to show you the city and its Modernist history, but we want also that you become part of it.  For this purpose, we have organised a special role-play game experience in which one or several actors, according to the group, develop a story that takes place among modernist buildings of the city and it is about a reproduction of the 1900 and a local cabaret singer.

In this experience, you will meet historical and peculiar characters of that time such as Barquillero, Vicente Medina, the local cabaret singer and her housekeeper. Here, they will make theatrical performances by interacting with you, in order to let you enjoy and live for a moment the Modernist Cartagena of the Nineteenth century. Finally, we will end up enjoying the rich gastronomy of this region with two traditional tapas and a drink.

After the experience, we recommend you to take a walk along the streets of Cartagena where you can easily see the Roman Theatre among other cultural heritage beauties.


1: Modernist Buildings

Knowing and understanding the modernist buildings of the city.

2: Performances

Entering fully in the modernist era through the performances of our actors that will make you participate in the modernist history of Cartagena.

3: Tapas

Tasting two tapas and a drink from the Modernist period while we see the final representation.

4: Local Guide

Accompanying you with a local guide.


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