Cartagena misses you...

30 April 2020

Dear colleagues and friends,

We hope you and your families are keeping safe during these uncertain and unprecedented times. We have been prohibited from doing what we like best, cruising. Staying home today will enable you to travel tomorrow, and it will allow us to see the well-known and beloved image of your ship in our port. We want to share with you the beauty, history and gastronomical culture of our region, bathed by the waters of the Mediterranean. This pause in time will definitely make us stronger and more enthusiastic about boarding a life-changing experience... and feel what cruising is all about.

Museum of the Roman Forum District

One of the most important archaeological findings of Cartagena is the District of the Roman Forum. It has received over 375,000 visits since its opening in 2012. Located in the city centre, in the archaeological site of El Molinete, it is made up of a thermal spa complex and an atrium.

After years of investigation, works and conservation, the Atrium building the Isis Shrine will open by the end of 2020 as the new Museum of the Roman Forum, gateway to this remarkable site. The three-story building will house the Museum that will take you through 2,000 years of history, to learn about the way of life of El Molinete District and of the city of Cartagena, since the foundation of the city until the 20th century.



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