Cadiz Transportation

  • RENFE high speed train the AVE.
    RENFE high speed train the AVE.
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  • Ferry departing El Puerto de Santa Maria at sunset
    Ferry departing El Puerto de Santa Maria...
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  • On the Atlantic coast southeast of Cadiz
    On the Atlantic coast southeast of Cadiz
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  • 1. By train

    If you are over 60 years old [ young? ] you can buy a Tarjeta Dorada ticket for 5-15 euro at rail station ticket offices in Spain. It has your passport number on it and is the size of a bank credit...

  • 2. By Bus

    As far as I could see there was only one bus from La Linea at 0700, unless you want to travel in the evening. There are a couple of others from Algeciras, so that would mean getting the local service...

  • 3. Boats

    Getting from El Puerto de Santa Maria to Cadiz by car looked like a big hassle with traffic to reach the city via either the bridge over Bahia de Cadiz or up the congested motorway along the long...

  • 4. Sightseeing Buses

    CADIZ TOUR There is an open deck bus that takes you all around Cadiz all day hop-on/hop-off. It goes around all the old part and includes part of the new modern vity too. It runs from 10 to 21. Just...

  • 5. By car

    When we travel, we like to be independent to do our own thing and it usually involves getting off the beaten track. As a result, we almost always hire a car if it makes any sense at all given the...

  • 6. By plane

    The nearest airport to the capital is in the town of Jerez, 50 kms away via highway. It is an international airport, though medium size. From the airport there is NO bus to Cadiz. You can take a taxi...

  • 7. How to come in and out, Cadiz

    I have come here by car and bus, and the city is great for walking a delight.By car, the city is connected with by the north roads N-IV and A4 ,by the South...

  • 8. Cadiz by foot

    The compact area makes Cadiz an ideal destination for those who enjoy a nice walk. Narrow streets do not allow for vehicles larger than a scooter. Don't worry...

  • 9. Small Area with Narrow Streets

    Cadiz is very compact so the best way to see it is on foot. The locals who travel to Cadiz to work often choose scooters. There are hundreds parked along the...

  • 10. By Car: How far/how long...?

    Cádiz is in the very south of Spain, so that, far from the rest of Europe, but it dserves a visit, mostly if you are around.Some road distances from Cádiziz...

  • 11. Planes, Traines and Buses

    Although the trains are good and mostly on time many of the small towns are not connected by train. You can use the local bus companies which are usually well...

  • 12. A peculiar entrance

    Apart from Venice (Italy), Cadiz is the only city I know whose entrance has sea on both sides.If you enter by train or by road from the south, you will come...

  • 13. Renault 4 white

    We had an old (well, it was brand new when they bought it ;-)) Renault 4, white.Here is my mum, me, my sister Belen, my cousin Gerardo and my brother Ignacio at...

  • 14. Aeropuerto (Airport)

    The closest airport is in a city called Jerez de la Frontera, or just Jerez. It is at about 34 kms. away.How to get there:From Cádiz, take road A 4.For more...

  • 15. By Bus

    Some websites that can help you.- (Spanish)- (Spanish)And for bus from/to Sevilla (and other places from Cádiz such as Algeciras...

  • 16. On foot

    Once you are in the old part of the city, say, beyond Puerta de Tierra, you don't need anything but your feet.

  • 17. walking

    Great way to enjoy the city is just to walk around and take in the sites. Be sure to bring a map the streets are very small and curvy, so it is easy to get...

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