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.