Salsa! That's the singular focus of this iconic Cartagena dance club, right on one of the most important squares in the Old City. No other types of music are played, no food is served, the drinks are simple to the extreme (beers, rum with coke, and little else) as is the florescent-lit interior. On the walls are photos of the owner with salsa stars old and new. Video screens play clips from live concerts, interspersed with brief interviews with the musicians (again, with the owner). And though the first- and second-floor rooms are relatively small, they each have at their centers a little dance floor that's always hip-to-hip with accomplished dancers. Tip: If the scene inside gets a bit too loud for you—the music is on top volume—grab a seat at one of the outdoor tables.