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Cadiz Shore Excursion: Seville On Your Own
"Meet our representative close to the port main exit and sit comfortably in your A/C coach for the 80 minutes drive towards Seville. As you leave Cadiz with some other cruisers fellow our representative will tell you about the main monuments that can be seen. On this 80 minutes exciting  journey to Seville you will spot some Andalusian villages as well as observing the beautiful landscape that characterises this area. Your knowledgable representative will give you a general insight about the history lifestyle and culture of the area. Grab the opportunity to ask all the questions that will satisfy your curiosity! On arrival to Seville you will ride along the beautiful Palm Trees Avenue where some of the outstanding pavillions from the 1929 World Exposition can be seen before stopping in Plaza de España one of the most spectacular sightseeing in Spain. Time will be allowed to wander around this real gem and make a visit before boarding your coach until your arrival point in Seville historical centre. Your non-guided visit will start in Puer the Real Alcazar Palace and the Jewish Quarter can be reached within a minute walk.  During your time in Seville
From EUR32.00
 
Jerez Airport Private Transfer to Surroundings
"Forget about the hassle of hiring a taxi or joining a shared shuttle bus when you arrive at Jerez International airport. Simply book this private transportation service and enjoy a relaxed journey to your hotel on the Costa de la Luz Costa Ballena or Jerez without any worry about taxi fares public transport timetables and late arrivals. Travel in a comfortable Mercedes Vito minivan for up to 8 passengers. The price is the same for groups of one and up to 8 passengers. The service is available 24 hours a day seven days a week; and covers drop-offs at hotels and accommodations in Cadiz Jerez Rota
From EUR120.00
 
Cadiz Shore Excursion: Jerez Self Guided Tour
"Start your self guided shore excursion to Jerez from the port of Cadiz. You will be greeted by our tour host and taken to our A/C modern micro coach. Departing from the port you will start the half an hour journey taking to Jerez de la Frontera. On the pleasant journey you will enjoy a great view of the Bay of Cadiz and a handful of surrounding picturesque villages. Your English speaking escort will provide you with information on what to do in Jerez as well as some interesting facts about the region. On arriva let your tour escort know where you would like to be dropped off. This cruises shuttle bus from the port of Cadiz to Jerez allow you to pick various drop off points such as the Royal Andalusian School of Equestrian Arts where you could attend the Horses or the historical centre of Jerez. This is plenty to see in Jerez a city which Moorish past has often been shadowed by its international fame for boasting the best sherry. As well as visiting one of the 15 wine cellars in the old town and enjoy a sherry tasting tour you can also step in the Alcazar of Jerez
From EUR45.00

More Local Customs in Cadiz

Locals enjoy the park

You may find the local youths enjoying the Parque Genoves. It offers some winding paths. interesting sights, benches to rest, and area to play. At first sight these teens wanted to appear tough, like...
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kaloz
Nov 24, 2008

Fishing along the walls

Is seems that anywhere man encounters the water, he will drop a line and try to catch a fish. Along the walls the water is shallow and warm and you can see the fish if you gaze over the walls. These...
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kaloz
Nov 24, 2008

Feria, Feria, Feria

Feria's are held all over Andalucia and Spain. They comprise of two parts: A fair ground for the kids and a village of beer tents for the adults. Though you don't usually drink beer, but Fino which is...
blint
Apr 12, 2008

Gas Butano

Here in Cadiz it is still the norm to get your gas delivered to you in the orange gas bottles you see in the photo. You phone up and buy a new bottle for 14 euros which is then delivered to your...
blint
Apr 10, 2008

Getting a Word in Edgeways...

Here in Cadiz the people love to talk, loudly. In fact they think the French and British whisper when they talk, just to show you how loud they can be!They don't mind that the table beside them in a...
blint
Jan 27, 2008

Bullfighting

Torture is not art nor culture it's a national disgrace (translation from the poster).Cadiz does NOT have a Bull Ring but on the 17th and 18th June a couple of years ago they made a makeshift one and...
blint
Jan 27, 2008
 
 
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Feeling gay!?!

Cádiz is a gay friendly city, including bars in the centre heralding the rainbow flag in their windows. If you are looking for a gay atmosphere then try SEBLON in El Populo which is near the...
blint
Jan 27, 2008

Dogs 2

By law your dog should have a micro chip to stop people abandoning their pets which is a common thing here. In the villages around Cadiz there are many abandoned dogs in the streets which is a problem...
blint
Jan 27, 2008

Dogs

Here in Cadiz many people have dogs although it seems just as many, if not more people are scared of them. I don't mean scared of big dogs either, I mean all dogs! It is defiantly a cultural thing as...
blint
Jan 27, 2008

SMOKING!

Here in Cadiz the recent changes in the law are taking their time to come into effect. Although in most fully fledged restaurants it is now prohibited to smoke (or there is a small smoking section),...
blint
Jan 19, 2008

El Carranza

Every year in August as a spin off to the end of the football Trofeo de El Carranza ,where Cadiz CF play teams such as Real Madrid, there are BBQ's on the beach.In years gone by groups of friends...
blint
Jan 16, 2008

Shops: Siestas y Fiestas

Shops usually open fom about 10am in the morning and close at 2pm (in Spain the morning (mañana) is considered to be up to 2pm not 12pm). They then open again in the afternoon at about 5:30-6 until...
blint
Jan 11, 2008

Gaditanos and Gaditanas

Gaditano/a is the name to describe someone from Cadiz. You will hear this word mentioned a lot as they are very proud of it and it's meaning. You can find the typical Gaditano/a all over town but...
blint
Dec 07, 2007

Puchero

Puchero is a very typical dish from Cadiz, In other parts of Spain a similar dish called 'Cocido' can be found which is basically the same as puchero. It is of course that the people of Cadiz like to...
blint
Dec 03, 2007

Top Hotels in Cadiz

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Avenida Duque de Najera 9, Cadiz, Costa de la Luz, 11002, Spain
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Playa de la Fontanilla S/N, Conil de la Frontera, Costa de la Luz, 11140, Spain
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Avenida de Andalucia 34, Cadiz, Costa de la Luz, 11006, Spain
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Avenida Almicar Barca 47, Esquina Doctor. Fleming, Cadiz, Costa de la Luz, 11009, Spain
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Plaza Ingeniero La Cierva 4, Cadiz, Costa de la Luz, 11010, Spain
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C/ Rubio y Diaz, Cadiz, Costa de la Luz, 11004, Spain
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Top Things to Do in Cadiz

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Cathedral

The jewel of the city of Cádiz is its cathedral - the Catedral Nueva looks particularly splendid from the waterfront. Its dome glitters like gold in the sunshine but in reality is made of yellow...
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Cadiz Province: towns and villages

Very close to the waterfront, we soon encountered Castillo de San Marcos - one of the city's main tourist attractions. I stopped for a photo as we approached for a closer look (2nd photo) and four of...
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Beaches & Seafront

By shortly after 1 PM we were aboard our ferry again and soon on our way back across Cadiz Bay. Although there was still quite a cool breeze out on the open water, we passed two or three small open...
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Plaza de España

The Plaza de España is a large and modern square close to the port, dominated by the Monument to the Constitution of 1812. This beautiful monument is a project of the architect Modesto Lopez Otero and...
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Torre Tavira

In the 18th century, Cadiz was once one of the most important ports and trading centres in Europe. The wealthy city and its silver imports from the Americas became a prime target for Anglo-Dutch...
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Plaza de las Flores

Surrounded by some of the most commercial streets of Cadiz, this square, known by the several stall selling flowers, is one of the liveliest places in the city. Curiously, the square gets the name...
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"I was born in Cadiz"
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"University years in Cadiz"
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"Cadiz"
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"Cádiz"
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"Europes Oldest City"
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