Barcelo Jerez

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

C/ Diego Fernandez Herrera 1, Esq. Plz. de las Angustias, 11402 Jerez De La Frontera, Spain
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Average
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  • Families66
  • Couples80
  • Solo63
  • Business60

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Moving to Jerez de la Frontera

by babydoll_lyd

I have just accepted a job in Jerez de la Frontera in a school but I'm not too sure if I want to live in the town of Jerez, as I don't want to run into my students on my days off. How far is it from Jerez to Cadiz? Could I travel by bus every weekday morning?
Are there any other nice towns close to Jerez that would be nice to live? Also how much should I expect to pay for an apartment? I will be working in the school for at least 1 year so it would be a long term rental.
Any other advice would be greatly appreciated! Thanks :)

Re: Moving to Jerez de la Frontera

by blint

For some reason VT doesn't like relocation questions in the forum, so be carfeful :O but just to assure you Jerez is lively enough with plenty of bars and even live gigs. I will send you an email now ;)

Julie

Re: Moving to Jerez de la Frontera

by Enforex

ok, I just wanna correct the info, its more than 15 miles and it took me about 40 minutes on highway (i drive fast :D), whats more there are always traffic jams and you will stuck there for one hour (in the summer).. I dont know how it is with buses, but they dont run so often and definitely you cannot live in cadiz and work in jerez.. But jerez is nice and medium size town(or city:)) with all you need.. so I would advice you to stay there.. if you need more info about cadiz, here you go http://whatcadiz.com
have a nice day

Re: Moving to Jerez de la Frontera

by blint

You can live in Cadiz and work in Jerez. I live in Cadiz and work in Pto Real, which isn't as far but I use the same train as you'd use to go to Jerez. I admit it is a long commute from Cadiz to Jerez too, especially if you live in the centre. I agree it takes about 40 mins by car and train.

I suggested to her El puerto de Santa Maria which is closer.

Re: Moving to Jerez de la Frontera

by babydoll_lyd

Sorry guys, didn't realise I couldn't post relocation questions! won't happen again! thanks for the advice!

Re: Moving to Jerez de la Frontera

by blint

I found that out the hard way when they deleted by relocation forum post :(

I then asked for a relocation forum, but as yet nothing :(

I think it would be highly useful and is of course related to travel.

Travel Tips for Jerez de la Frontera

Transport from Jerez Airport

by fifitrix72

There are no buses from the Airport into the centre of Jerez. You will have to get a taxi which will cost 10 euros (during the week) 14 euros on a sunday. The journey takes about 15 minutes.

However, the price is a fixed price and you dont have to worry about getting ripped off !!!

Breakfast is an institution here in Jerez

by H0BB1T

Here in Jerez breakfast is very important. People usually just take a coffee before leaving their homes in the morning, and then at 10-11am they stop to have breakfast in one of the many bars in the city. If you are walking down Calle Larga, you can see terraces full with people having their breakfast while looking at the people pass by.
Typical breakfast is coffee and toast, but it is not as simple as that, let me try to explain it to you. For example lets start with the coffee ... it is served in a glass, and depending on the ammount of milk you want it has different names ... solo (no milk), cortado (coffee with just a bit of milk), con leche (more coffee than milk) or manchado (more milk than coffee).
Toast also can be "entera" if you want both halves of the bread, or "media" if you only want half. And depending on the kind of bread, you can ask for normal bread, mollete or tostada campesina.
On top of the toast you can spread mantequilla (butter), mantequilla salada (salted butter), aceite de oliva y sal (olive oil and salt), mantequilla colorá ( this is some kind of red fat typical from here), zurrapa (fat from roast beef), foei gras, or con jamón (with cured ham).
This way, when you want to order your breakfast in one of these terraces in downtown you would ask for .... Un manchado con medio mollete con jamón ( a coffee with more milk than coffee, half toast and cured ham).
Hope this helps you :)

contemporary tapas...

by marktynernyc about El Almacen

My hotel mentioned that they have "tapas of the more unusual kind, like grilled artichokes with Pedro Ximenez dressing, aubergines in honey and tuna fish mousse.  You can't reserve a table..."  When I arrived on Sunday this place was open - being jetlagged I didn't connect this place with my list and every day afterward found it closed for lunch and didn't open till 9 pm.  Walking home from Gaitan they were opened - so I was able to try their grilled artichoke heart's with pedro jemeniz sauce (4.00E) with a glass of amontillado (1.50E). The slight vinegary/sour taste of the grilled artichoke was a nice counter point to the rich Pedro.

Plaza de la Asuncion

by blint

The church you can see in the photo is San Dioniso , and the leafy and shady plaza can be found behind the commercial area of the town not far from the Alcazar. There are plenty of places to eat local dishes or drink here or if you want to try something different there is a bar which has many German and foreign beers and a Mexican Restaurant just off the plaza on Calle Chapineria.

The Cathedral

by blint

The Cathedral may not be the most interesting or important in Spain, but if you like architecture and churches and cathedrals in general then why not visit Jerez's in Plaza Encarnacion. It is open Mondays to Fridays 11-13:00 and at 18:00

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Address: C/ Diego Fernandez Herrera 1, Esq. Plz. de las Angustias, 11402 Jerez De La Frontera, Spain