The first stop will be the Manga neighborhood, where you'll see how locals prepare one of the most craved fried snacks: the arepa de huevo (fried corn cakes stuffed with egg). You'll enjoy the meal with a refreshing beverage of your choice: Kola Roman soda (created in 1865 in Cartagena), tasty rice chicha (a fermented rice beverage), Pony Malta (a sweet sparkling malt beverage) or coffee.
Then, you'll visit the Bazurto market, where you'll have the opportunity to buy and taste recently harvested fruits. From here, you'll continue to the city center, where you'll walk to one of the most famous bakeries in town: Pan de Bono's corner, where you can try a delicious Pan de Bono (cassava flour bread) or a tasty pastry accompanied with a local fruit juice.
After the snacks, you'll continue walking from La Torre del Reloj to the Getsemani neighborhood, going through Calle Larga, Plaza del Pozo, Plaza de la Trinidad, and Calle del Guerrero. Finally, you'll arrive at a place where you'll enjoy your delicious homemade lunch surrounded by locals, having options like fish sancocho (fish soup), sancocho trifasico (soup with three types of meat), chicken, or Posta Negra (Colombian-Style Black beef). The true Caribbean flavor of Cartagena!