Castillo De SalgarCurrently Closed
- Address: a 13.5 Km de Barranquilla y 3 de Puerto Colombia, Barranquilla, Colombia
- Timings: 11:00 am - 11:59 pm Details
- Phone: +57-53714545
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Art And Culture, Art Gallery, Landmark, Historical Site, Family And Kids
A military fortification built in 1848 on the ruins of a previous fort San Antonio. Castillo Salgar has served many purposes since then. Some of them being a military fortification, a prison, an institution for disabled and a university of arts. Its architecture is distinctively colonial with vast corridors and archways. The construction is mainly defence oriented although some minor modifications were added later. Today the place hosts a classic restaurant and an art gallery. There are cultural events that are performed there which can be attended with family and friends.
- Prices depend on the event being attended.
- Located 15 kms north of Barranquilla. Taxi would cost around 20000 to 25000 pesos.
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89.89% of people who visit Barranquilla include Castillo De Salgar in their plan
48% of people start their Castillo De Salgar visit around 11 AM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Castillo De Salgar
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Castillo De Salgar
The view from the cliff is amazing. Nice fruit juices!
This is beautiful historic monument, with a great view of the neighboring cities and the Caribbean sea. In the castle there is a wonderful restaurant serving typical food, at fair prices. The only down side is that there is no information on the castle, unless you are there with people who know, it might just be a beautiful building.
It's a beautiful castle with amazing views. Plus, it has a restaurant and the good is just delicious. It is a romantic place and it is a wonderful plan to know more about Barranquilla s history.
Absolutely breathtaking! Like no other place 8ve been before. The house is not a big deal it's a colonial Spanish home very typical very average but the site that was spectacular. The wind blows hard enough to knock you over and take all of your problems away. There's tons of room to explore but definitely not a place for hyperactive kids the security there is not the best I mean in regards to railings and such.
It's a very nice view and relax environment the food and drinks are very good I recommend the coconut limonade delicious Sundays at noon is really packet so be patient with the waitress