√ Archaeological Museum (Arqueológico Municipal)
It is locally known as Arqueológico Municipal, located in Calle Ramón y Cajal, in the northeast of the city. The museum is established in a market hall which belongs to 19th century. It comprises Carthaginian, Roman, Visigothic and Arab antiquities.
√ Castillo de la Concepcion
Located around 70m/230ft above from the sea level, this place has been known as a park i.e. the Parque Torres. You can reach here by taking a flight from the Cathedral. Castillo de la Concepción is 11th century old place. It is the place from where you can enjoy the panoramic view of the harbor.
√ Cathedral of Santa María la Vieja
Cathedral of Santa María la Vieja is located to the east of the Town Hall. It was partially razed during the Civil War and now its ruins can be seen there.
√ La Union
La Unión, 12km/7.5mi east of Cartagena, is the center of the largest ore-mining area in Europe. The town developed as a result of the increasingly intensive mining activity of the last 100 years or so, and its prosperity during this period is reflected in a number of handsome Art Nouveau buildings.
Other attractive places in Cartagena comprise of Monumento de los Heroes de Cavite, Museum of Underwater Archaeology (Museo Nacional de Arqueológia Submarina), Peral, Town Hall (Plaza del Ayuntamiento) and many more.