The processions of the Holy Week in Cartagena have specific characteristics that distinguish it with respect to other similar manifestations of the popular religiosity of our country. The rhythmic origin in the walk of the penitents, the floral profusion in the decoration of the thrones or steps, the rich chromatic range of the costumes, the presence of an important sample of the embroidery craftsmanship in gold or the maintenance of the chronology of the moments of the Passion of Jesus Christ, are perhaps the most outstanding. Holy Week in Cartagena also has a series of scenarios and urban landscapes that although acquire their greatest significance in the 10 days of Pure Holy Week, during the rest of the year allow visitors to Cartagena to know some of the singularities of this important festive, cultural and religious event that has deserved to be declared of International Tourist Interest. We will visit the churches of Santa María de Gracia and Santo Doming or, where the most outstanding images of the four brotherhoods (Marrajos, californios, Resucitados and del Socorro) are guarded. Military reinforcements such as the arsenal, the Artillery Park or the Military Government, from where San Pedro, San Juan and Santiago depart the night of Holy Tuesday showing the intense relationship of the processions with the militia. The university buildings where they initiate their itinerary the Christ of Medinacelli or the Holy Women in the early morning of Good Friday and the evening of Holy Saturday. La Lonja de Pescado, where Jesus Nazareno starts his journey, is his starting point for the celebration of the Encounter with the Dolorosa. He knows this and much more with our guided route through the city of Cartagena.