WATCH: Volcano mud baths and colourful colonial buildings in Colombia's Cartagena
Globetrotter Steve Hanisch visits the Colombian port city of Cartagena, which has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1984.
Its Old Town was built in the 16th century filled with colourful colonial buildings, and just off its coast is islands with white beaches and stunning coral reefs perfect for diving.
Hanisch also takes us to the seaside village of Rincon del Mar - a place that's off the tourist route and where you can experience local life without the bombardment of tourist offerings.
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