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Best things to do in Santa Marta

Historische Stätte
“The final resting place of Simon Bolivar. But also, beautiful house and gardens and contemporary art museum.”
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“International and local food restaurants with good prices. Nice spot in the city”
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History Museum
“A fascinating small museum in the old customs house of Santa Marta. Here you can find out all about the history of the region, and about the indiginous tribes who inhabit it. Free entry.”
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“This is a very nice mall. If you like shopping; you would want to go here. The cab ride is approximately ~$12,000 pesos (~$4USD)”
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“Ouzo is downstairs with the terrace on the square and El Balcon is upstairs, on an open split level balcony. Both serve delicious food. Ouzo is a great place for pizzas with a more relaxed style dining, whereas El Balcon is a bit more special, and the setting quite romantic, secluded, overlooking the square.”
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“The pretty white Cathedral of Santa Marta was the first church built in continental America and definitely worth a visit!”
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“Excelente lugar para visitar, el paraíso en playas cristalinas, selva, y sitios para acampar.”
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“Good seafood with a local flavor overlooking the charming "Los Novios" Park. Donde Chucho has other versions in El Rodadero, but I definatly prefer this one (nicer, quieter and tastier).”
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“This beautiful Quinta is where revolutionary hero Simon Bolivar lived out his final days. The stunning colonial-era estate currently serves as a monument to the liberator of South America, featuring all the pomp and grandeur you would expect to honor such an important historical figure.”
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“It seems that everyone that comes to Santa Marta ends up eating here. I think its better for breakfasts, but its solid overall. Good juices, the specialty of the house. Opens at 8 mon to fri, at 9 on weekends. ”
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“Small, but cozy mall, it has all the things you might need, like banks, casino, food court, play ground, supermarket, clothing stores and others. Right in the main entrance there is a food stand welcoming visitors called Mr.Bono that serves the traditional "pandebono" the smell is amazing and the bread is even more. They also serve the traditional beverage called "Avena" drink it called it is delicious.”
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“Nice place to seat, watch people walk by, drink or eat something. It´s Santa Marta´s central park.”
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“Great dance floor and music selection, if your'e looking for tropical music (not vallenatos). It's been open for over a decade, so they know what they're doing. No cover usually. ”
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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!”
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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.”
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Point of Interest
“A statue celebrating the life and success of local hero footballer "El Pibe"”
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