Coinciding with the beginning of August, Cartagena Puerto de Culturas has intensified its nightly programming, so that residents and visitors can enjoy activities at dusk in two of its most emblematic sites: the Museum of the Roman Theater and the Museum of the Roman Forum Molinete .
Among them, the theatrical visit entitled ‘Galba, the enemy of Nerón’ stands out. It is a story of political plots and intrigues where the participants will be able to learn how a Roman emperor was proclaimed in Carthago Nova. All of this will be at the Museo Foro Romano Molinete, which will display its treasures under the moonlight every Friday in August. It will start at nine o’clock at night and the entry will cost 14 euros, although if you are from the Cartagena Puerto de Culturas Club it will be halfway.
On Saturdays, the show will move to the Museum of the Roman Theater, which will alternate two of its star activities, ‘Aulaeum, down with the curtain’ and ‘The Theater under the light of the moon’. It will be an opportunity to rediscover the great Roman building in a special and intimate way, according to a municipal source in a statement. In the first case, tickets also cost 14 euros, seven if you are a member of the club, and as in the previous one, it will start at 9 pm. At that same time it will also be the second of these activities, whose price is ten euros, five if you are from the Club.
On Thursdays the tours on the Tourist Boat will continue. Participants in this activity will be able to enjoy live music by the Cartagena musician Río Viré, while they watch the Mediterranean sunset. The departure will be from the Escala Real, at nine o’clock at night, and will cost 12 euros. Tickets can be purchased on the Cartagena Puerto de Culturas website and in its centers and museums.