Cartagena, located on the Caribbean Sea, is the capital of the department of Bolivar. It was founded on June 1, 1533 by Pedro Heredia and is renowned for its culture, history and progress. With more than 200 years, now it is one of the most important cities of Colombia because it is the epicenter and home to major events of national and international interest.
Over time, Cartagena has developed its urban area preserving the historic center, and becoming one of the most important ports in Colombia, the Caribbean and the world, as well as a popular tourist destination.
Besides having a wide range of hotels, restaurants, meeting facilities and attractions, Cartagena has grown as an industrial epicenter. It has four clusters in its productive bet (petrochemical-plastic, metalworking, construction and logistics-port) and an extensive offering of free zones, industrial parks and large storage infrastructure.
An evidence of its enormous growth is the Industrial Zone of Mamonal, which is responsible for generating about 5% of GDP of the nation.
The city also count with the most modern refinery in Latin America, seven ports of public cargo, 53 private port concessions, and is the Colombian city with the largest industrial investment in the last five years.
Clearly, this colonial city with its more than 200 years of history has become in the doors of Colombia to the world.
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Administrative Office Cartagena
Baru, Km 1 Street 7 - Race 5 - 608
Street 110 # 9 - 25 Floor 12