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Cadiz City Sightseeing Hop-on Hop-off Bus Tour

Cadiz City Sightseeing Hop-on Hop-off Bus Tour - El Puerto de Santa María, Spain

Duration: Flexible
Location: El Puerto de Santa María, Spain

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$27.59

Cádiz is said to be the oldest city in Western Europe, founded by Phoenician sailors about 3000 years ago, as a commercial stronghold. The city of Cádiz is now famous for the picturesque, Moorish charm of its old central quarter, which is in the tip of the peninsula and is buzzing with delightful plazas that are constantly full of life ... More info ›

Cádiz is said to be the oldest city in Western Europe, founded by Phoenician sailors about 3000 years ago, as a commercial stronghold. The city of Cádiz is now famous for the picturesque, Moorish charm of its old central quarter, which is in the tip of the peninsula and is buzzing with delightful plazas that are constantly full of life. The new town is an elegant metropolis with excellent beaches. City Sightseeing Cádiz provides 12 conveniently located stops around the city and enables you to make the most of your visit. Hop on and off at your leisure, as many times as you like using your 24 hour valid ticket. Learn all about the beautiful city and all the things to do there.

Discover Cádiz at your leisure with a City Sightseeing tour. Travel around Cádiz on the top deck of a London Double-Decker City Sightseeing Cádiz bus on a route that loops around the city and along the coast. You may wish to hop off and visit the city’s most famous landmarks - The Cathedral. The Plaza de la Catedral houses both the Cathedral and the baroque Santiago church, built in 1635.

Lovers of Architecture and culture may also wish to visit any number of the city’s other churches including Iglesia de la Palma, Iglesia del Carmen, Iglesia del Rosario, Iglesia de San Antonio and Iglesia de Santo Domingo. For a fantastic view of Cádiz, hop off at the Torre Tavira and gaze through the Cámara Obscura, one of the city’s most popular attractions. Absorb the history of Cádiz in one of the city’s museums which include the Museo de Cádiz, Museo de Las Cortes de Cádiz and the Palacio de Congresos.

Perhaps you may want to spend a relaxing afternoon on the beach at Playa Sta Maria, Playa de la Victoria or Playa de la Caleta; or pass the day at the majestic and leafy Parque Genoves. The Mirador Torre de Poniente offers stunning, panoramic views. For evening entertainment, Cádiz offers theatrical performances at Teatro Permán and the Tratro Romano. There is plenty of choice for things to do in the evening as Cádiz has a vibrant nightlife consisting of traditional tapas bars, street cafes, nightclubs and some wonderful local fiestas. Plaza Mina in the centre and Calle De Manuel Rances are among the liveliest places when the sun goes down. Head for the Paseo Maritimo seafront promenade, which buzzes with outdoor activity on warm, summer evenings.

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Private El Puerto de Santa Maria Tapas Tour with the Food Market

Private El Puerto de Santa Maria Tapas Tour with the Food Market - El Puerto de Santa María, Spain

Duration: 3 hours 30 minutes
Location: El Puerto de Santa María, Spain

From USD
$59.97

Go for Tapas in El Puerto de Santa Maria is more than an activity a way of life, this Tapas Tour gives you the very best of our Food & Wine, along with the discovery of a city with more than 3.000 years of history.

During our way, you will hear the stories from the past as you explore El Puerto de Santa Maria historical center, visiting family-run bars, typical Tabernas and tasting the best tapas and wines in the city!

One of the activities always recommended in any city for those who like eating is to visit the local food markets. Right in the heart of El Puerto de Santa Maria we find El Mercado de la Concepción our first stop to know more about the gastronomy of El Puerto de Santa Maria. 

Next, you will visit a traditional tapas bar, a hidden gem founded 100 years ago where start to discover the typical tapas of El Puerto de Santa Maria paired with a glass of homemade vermouth. 

While walking through narrow streets you discover the lively atmosphere of El Puerto de Santa Maria’s Old Town before reaching our next spot ... More info ›

Go for Tapas in El Puerto de Santa Maria is more than an activity a way of life, this Tapas Tour gives you the very best of our Food & Wine, along with the discovery of a city with more than 3.000 years of history.

During our way, you will hear the stories from the past as you explore El Puerto de Santa Maria historical center, visiting family-run bars, typical Tabernas and tasting the best tapas and wines in the city!

One of the activities always recommended in any city for those who like eating is to visit the local food markets. Right in the heart of El Puerto de Santa Maria we find El Mercado de la Concepción our first stop to know more about the gastronomy of El Puerto de Santa Maria. 

Next, you will visit a traditional tapas bar, a hidden gem founded 100 years ago where start to discover the typical tapas of El Puerto de Santa Maria paired with a glass of homemade vermouth. 

While walking through narrow streets you discover the lively atmosphere of El Puerto de Santa Maria’s Old Town before reaching our next spot. You step back in time as you enter in this lovely Taberna, founded in 1935 preserves intact the charm and essence of the authentic family-run Taverns of El Puerto. 

El Puerto de Santa Maria is known as "The City of the Hundred Palaces" and grew from the discovery of the Americas and the huge trade that then developed. This commercial activity attracted a large number of merchants (Cargadores a Indias) who then settled in Cadiz and built their luxurious residences. They created a unique city centre, full of monuments, countless palatial houses and a range of civic and religious buildings that can be explored today. 

It’s time for more tapas! Therefore, we will visit a traditional bar to try more typical tapas, another delicious bite to pair with a glass of cold, dry Sherry Wine. 

Finally, you have to know what is going on with the new cuisine in El Puerto so you visit one of the most well-loved creative tapas bars to discover how new generation of chefs are mixing local and traditional ingredients with modern and creative flavors. 

Buen provecho! (As we say in Spanish)

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Gutierrez Colosia Sherry Winery: Guided Visit and Tasting

Gutierrez Colosia Sherry Winery: Guided Visit and Tasting - El Puerto de Santa María, Spain
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Duration: 90 minutes
Location: El Puerto de Santa María, Spain

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$11.99

Discover the essence of the Sherry Wine by visiting Bodegas Gutierrez Colosia one of the oldest wineries of El Puerto de Santa Maria and enjoy a tasting of six different delicious types of Sherry Wines and a sample of Brandy "Amerigo Vespucci" with more than 10 years of aging.

Located in the lively city of El Puerto de Santa María, one of the three corner points that form the Sherry County also known as “El Marco de Jerez”, Bodegas Gutierrez Colosia founded in 1838 is heir to a long viticulture and wine producing tradition.
On your tour, you will discover the splendid cathedral-like architectural style of the Sherry Bodegas; you will learn first-hand about the characteristic Sherry production process and the wide range of Sherry wines, each of them with its own particular temperament and singularity ... More info ›

Discover the essence of the Sherry Wine by visiting Bodegas Gutierrez Colosia one of the oldest wineries of El Puerto de Santa Maria and enjoy a tasting of six different delicious types of Sherry Wines and a sample of Brandy "Amerigo Vespucci" with more than 10 years of aging.

Located in the lively city of El Puerto de Santa María, one of the three corner points that form the Sherry County also known as “El Marco de Jerez”, Bodegas Gutierrez Colosia founded in 1838 is heir to a long viticulture and wine producing tradition.
On your tour, you will discover the splendid cathedral-like architectural style of the Sherry Bodegas; you will learn first-hand about the characteristic Sherry production process and the wide range of Sherry wines, each of them with its own particular temperament and singularity.
Finally, you will taste six different Sherry Wines from the bright straw yellow Fino to the dark ebony colored Pedro Ximenez, different wines that allow you to explore the endless spectrum of colors, the extraordinary variety of bouquets and textures that make up the universe of Sherry Wines and a sample of Brandy "Amerigo Vespucci" with more than 10 years of aging.

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El Puerto de Santa Maria Old Town Private Walking Tour

El Puerto de Santa Maria Old Town Private Walking Tour - El Puerto de Santa María, Spain

Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes
Location: El Puerto de Santa María, Spain

From USD
$23.99

El Puerto de Santa Maria is a hidden gem; discover the fascinating history of this bright, open town, given extra beauty by its centre, which has been declared a Historic Ensemble. 

Located at the mouth of the Guadalete River, on The Bay of Cadiz the city is locally known as El Puerto, its old and winding cobbled streets invite us to delve into the city centre to discover its colourful architecture, hidden places and the nooks and crannies of this ancient city full of charm and steeped in history.

El Puerto de Santa Maria grew from the discovery of the Americas and the huge trade that then developed. It’s not a surprise that many of its sailors participated in the discovery and conquest of America; it was in El Puerto that sailor Juan de la Cosa drew, in the year 1500, the first map of the world to include the American continent. 

This commercial activity attracted a large number of merchants (Cargadores a Indias) who then settled in El Puerto, but it is during the 18th century when the town reached new heights of splendour, and became known as the “Town with a Hundred Palaces”, although it took on its present-day structure in the 20th century, thanks to the wine trade. 

During our walk, we will discover the historical centre and some of the beautiful; mainly Baroque-style palaces that today still can be admired, like the Reinoso Mendoza Manor House or the Aranibar Palace. 

Be ready to admire two of the most emblematic buildings of the city, the Castle of San Marcos (10th-14th century), originally and Arabic mosque and currently a beautiful fortress and the Iglesia Mayor Prioral as well as notable examples of civil architecture like La Lonja (the old Market building). 

As one of the three cities that conform The Sherry Triangle during our way, we will see amazing Cathedral-style Bodegas and we will be able to learn about the various styles of architecture that represent the city’s multilayered past. 

Don’t miss the opportunity to enjoy this unique city centre, full of monuments, countless palatial houses and a range of civic and religious buildings that can be explored today. 

The perfect end of our guided tour will be in one of the traditional Tabernas of El Puerto enjoying a glass of Sherry wine as locals do before lunch.

El Puerto de Santa Maria is a hidden gem; discover the fascinating history of this bright, open town, given extra beauty by its centre, which has been declared a Historic Ensemble. 

Located at the mouth of the Guadalete River, on The Bay of Cadiz the city is locally known as El Puerto, its old and winding cobbled streets invite us to delve into the city centre to discover its colourful architecture, hidden places and the nooks and crannies of this ancient city full of charm and steeped in history.

El Puerto de Santa Maria grew from the discovery of the Americas and the huge trade that then developed. It’s not a surprise that many of its sailors participated in the discovery and conquest of America; it was in El Puerto that sailor Juan de la Cosa drew, in the year 1500, the first map of the world to include the American continent. 

This commercial activity attracted a large number of merchants (Cargadores a Indias) who then settled in El Puerto, but it is during the 18th century when the town reached new heights of splendour, and became known as the “Town with a Hundred Palaces”, although it took on its present-day structure in the 20th century, thanks to the wine trade. 

During our walk, we will discover the historical centre and some of the beautiful; mainly Baroque-style palaces that today still can be admired, like the Reinoso Mendoza Manor House or the Aranibar Palace. 

Be ready to admire two of the most emblematic buildings of the city, the Castle of San Marcos (10th-14th century), originally and Arabic mosque and currently a beautiful fortress and the Iglesia Mayor Prioral as well as notable examples of civil architecture like La Lonja (the old Market building). 

As one of the three cities that conform The Sherry Triangle during our way, we will see amazing Cathedral-style Bodegas and we will be able to learn about the various styles of architecture that represent the city’s multilayered past. 

Don’t miss the opportunity to enjoy this unique city centre, full of monuments, countless palatial houses and a range of civic and religious buildings that can be explored today. 

The perfect end of our guided tour will be in one of the traditional Tabernas of El Puerto enjoying a glass of Sherry wine as locals do before lunch.

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