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Verkehrsmittel in Santa Marta

Nachtclub
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“This is the place to dance to a bit of salsa, latin pop, cumbia, regaetton with an international and Colombian vibe and can be very popular on the weekend.”
13 Einheimische empfehlen
Bar
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“Rock bar that used to be set up in Bogotá. The owners moved to Taganga over a decade ago and brought the whole joint with them, billiard pool table and all, even the infamous red bathtub. Sometimes there's live music. ”
11 Einheimische empfehlen
Lounge
$$$
“Spot-on cocktails (get the mojito), great music, beautiful rooftop and beautiful people, cooled off with fans and a refreshing breeze. ”
9 Einheimische empfehlen
Bus Station
“Terminal de transporte de Santa Marta / Terminal for long-distance buses in Santa Marta”
7 Einheimische empfehlen
Museum
“Musée gratuit retraçant l'histoire de la ville et de la région. N'hésitez pas à acheter aux communautés indigènes votre sac souvenir en face du musée. Free museum retracing the history of the city and the region around. Do not hesitate to buy your bag souvenir to the indigenous communities in front of the museum”
5 Einheimische empfehlen
Café
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“This Colombian-French cafe is owned by our great friends, Jimena and Mika. They do delicious french breads and patisserie (very hard to find on the coast!) and also tasty food all day. Great place to sit and chill in an airconditioned room!”
15 Einheimische empfehlen
Establishment
“This is the gate to enter the historic center of Santa Marta, great restaurants and bars.”
11 Einheimische empfehlen
Point of Interest
“Buses to Palomino (serves clients to Tayrona, Buritaca, Don Diego, Guachaca, Mendihuaca) leave since 5.30 am, every 20 minutes or so. Also transports to Minca. ”
6 Einheimische empfehlen
Point of Interest
“A statue celebrating the life and success of local hero footballer "El Pibe"”
5 Einheimische empfehlen
Café
“The best coffee in town! Organic and directly coming from the Sierra Nevada. Talented baristas, delicous pastries, and food from all over the world! A MUST if you pass through Santa Marta. ”
9 Einheimische empfehlen
Restaurant
“Probably the best restaurant downtown, surely the most expensive. The decor might be a bit tacky, the playlist kind of poor, but the dishes are pretty special. Peruvian cuisine, our favorite dish is the Causa Mixta and the Fish Croquetas. ”
12 Einheimische empfehlen
Library
“This museum is part of the Museos del Oro family, managed by Colombia's central bank, the Banco de la República. It used to be Santa Marta's taxes house, the Casa de la Aduana, its oldest and biggest house. It's where Simon Bolivar was greeted upon his arrival in the city, in december 1830 and where his wake was held, a few days later. ”
8 Einheimische empfehlen
Restaurant
“This a local fish and seafood restaurant. Not very far from the house, just 4 minutes in a taxi (2 dollars), is a good place to eat traditional caribbean food . Go at lunch time”
11 Einheimische empfehlen
Bar
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“Unica discoteca con aire acondicionado. Musica latina variada. Buenos cocteles”
1 Einheimischer empfiehlt
Bar
“De las mejores vistas de la ciudad para ver el atardecer en la Bahía de Santa Marta. ”
7 Einheimische empfehlen
Bus Line
“Si necesitas viajar hacía Cartagena o Barranquilla, la estación de Marsol esta perfecta desde el sitio de ubicación, a tan solo 5 minutos caminando.”
8 Einheimische empfehlen