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Jerez Flamenco Day Trip from Cádiz
"In the seventeenth century troupes of gypsies abandoned their nomadic lifestyle to settle in the neighborhoods of Santiago and San Miguel in the city of Jerez de la Frontera. Since then these streets have raised many of the stars of the flamenco genre such as Manuel Molina Antonio Chacón La Paquera Lola Flores
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Full Day Sherry Wine Experience from Cádiz
"You will be able to visit the vineyards of the countryside - where the grapes for our region’s wine production are grown and cared for - taste the best wines and brandies accompanied by the cuisine of our land visit wineries purchase products at source and admire the museum collections that preserve what the past has left us.The region’s oenological tradition dates back over 3000 years and has developed its own distinctive and exclusive elaboration method over this span of time. Its unique climatic conditions are ideal for the cultivation of three varieties of grape: the Palomino used to produce drier types of Sherry the Pedro Ximénez
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Jerez Flamenco Day Trip from Cádiz
"In the seventeenth century troupes of gypsies abandoned their nomadic lifestyle to settle in the neighborhoods of Santiago and San Miguel in the city of Jerez de la Frontera. Since then these streets have raised many of the stars of the flamenco genre such as Manuel Molina Antonio Chacón La Paquera Lola Flores
From EUR150.00

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Understanding

In the Cadiz province no one pronounces the any S in any word. So for example Despues becomes Depue and Estoy becomes Etoy or even toy. This is very useful when you are trying to understand what...
blint
Dec 17, 2007

Cafe, Bar and Restaurant Etiquette

In Jerez and Andalucia at least you pay for your drinks and food AFTERWARDS. So you sit down they ask you what you want, after a while (don't expect quick service) they bring you what you ordered,...
blint
Dec 17, 2007

NEW YEAR in Jerez

I spent the new year of 2001 here in Jerez, it was my first New year in Spain so as you can imagine I was in for a few cultural surprises. After dinner we headed out to find a good bar to celebrate...
blint
Dec 10, 2007

Breakfast is an institution here in Jerez

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...
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Feb 08, 2005

Tapas/Medias/Raciones

When you go to a bar there are different ways to order, depending on the size of the dish you want to ask for. - Tapa: It is a sample size, a degustation of the dish. For example if you ask a "tapa"...
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Feb 08, 2005

Rebujito

This is a great beverage, refreshing and sweet, it is perfect for the hot weather. It is made of sherry and seven up (1/4 of dry sherry and 3/4 of seven up). You can drink it alone, or while eating...
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Feb 06, 2005
 
 
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"Jerez - Horses, Flamenco, Sherry and more besides!"
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"The Sherry Capital of the WORLD!"
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"Jerez de la Frontera"
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"Big City with a village soul"
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"Jerez de la Frontera - Bodegas, Horses, Heat ;-)"
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The Alcazar of Jerez

The castle, generally called Alcazar in spanish, was built in the 12th century and it seems to be one of the few examples of Almohad architecture on the Peninsula. Jerez was, at the time of its...
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Real Escuela Andaluza de Arte Ecuestre

Arriving at the magnificent palace and gardens is, in itself, a superb experience, but viewing the outside training areas is even better. Here you get a chance to take photos of the magnificent...
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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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