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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
 
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
From EUR190.00
 
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

Most Viewed Things to Do in Jerez de la Frontera

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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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Bodegas

If you like sherry or indeed like free tastings of alcohol then Jerez will float your boat. There are sherry bodegas all over the place from huge places to small shop like operations. It's fun just to...
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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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Streets and Squares

As the name says - the centre of Flamenco, full of photos and posters. Everyday u can watch a 1,5 movie about flamenco(in spanish). However, what I found most interesting was the buiding itself,...
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Catedral de San Salvador

The cathedral was built in the 17th and 18th century, thus mixing the original gothic style with baroque and neo-classic. Inside there's a permanent exhibition of religious of several religious...
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Feria del Caballo

I visited the Feria de la Caballo in May 2004. I only went there one evening. I just loved the music, the dancing and of cause the food and sherry. We went from one "casetas" to the next, dancing,...
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Palacio del Tiempo

The Palace of Time is a collection of over 300 clocks and watches from 17 - 19th centuries. There are clocks of many styles and types from France, England, Austria and Italy and they are all in...
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Santo Domingo convent

I was curious about the mixture of styles in this building denouncing several modifications and additions. It was closed when we were there and it was a pity, since, once back home I read about the...
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The Zoo

What a pleasant surprise! We spent a lovely three hours here, wandering through what was originally a botanical garden and now has the zoo interspersed amongst the greenery. There are over 200 species...
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El Museo del Belen

The Nativity Scene Museum is the biggest one in Spain and one of the few of this kind of museum in the world. It displays amazing Christmas artworks. The museum has developed a Nativity scene over 200...
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Museo Aracheologico

I hadn’t expected much and boy, was I in for a surprise. After various locations around the town, in 2012 the collection moved into a new and purpose-altered old house on the Plaza del Mercado. I was...
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Church and Cloisters of Santo Domingo

The Cloisters are open from 11.00-14.00The Church is open for Mass at 09.00, 12.00 and 20.00You can also visit the Church from 09.00-10.45Cloisters have been very nicely restored - it took 13...
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Andalusian Centre for Flamenco

Although the site says there is a video show and a museum, this is not the case. Neither is available now.If you are in the area, it is an interesting house to visit for a few minutes. Unless you have...
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Domecq's palace

Domecq is a word tightly linked to Jerez de la Frontera, for many decades related to wine and bullfights.This Baroque palace, built in the 18th century for the Marquis of Montana, was later acquired...
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C/ Marques de Casa Domecq 13, Jerez De La Frontera, Costa de la Luz, 11403, Spain
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Plaza de las Angustias 3, Jerez De La Frontera, Costa de la Luz, 11402, Spain
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Avenida Alvaro Domecq 11, Jerez De La Frontera, Costa de la Luz, 11405, Spain
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Plaza Rafael Rivero, Calle Torneria 24, Jerez De La Frontera, Costa de la Luz, 11403, Spain
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Avda Alcalde Alvaro Domecq 10, Jerez De La Frontera, Costa de la Luz, 11405, Spain
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Calle Nuno de Canas, 1, Jerez De La Frontera, Costa de la Luz, 11402, Spain
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alucas

"Jerez - Horses, Flamenco, Sherry and more besides!"
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blint

"The Sherry Capital of the WORLD!"
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"Jerez de la Frontera"
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H0BB1T

"Big City with a village soul"
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"Jerez de la Frontera - Bodegas, Horses, Heat ;-)"
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