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Jerez Wine Cellar Tour and Tasting

Jerez Wine Cellar Tour and Tasting - Jerez, Spain

Duration: 2 hours
Location: Jerez, Spain

From USD
$35.98

Winery of international prestige and endorsed by all means of communication. To visit our winery is to enter a unique world, by the hand of our host Jose Luis, charismatic and a professionalism endorsed by numerous awards for his work in onology ... More info ›

Winery of international prestige and endorsed by all means of communication. To visit our winery is to enter a unique world, by the hand of our host Jose Luis, charismatic and a professionalism endorsed by numerous awards for his work in onology. Explore one of the oldest wineries in Jerez on this 2-hour PRIVATE tour of the senses. Journey off the beaten path with your knowledgeable and friendly guide. Taste the unique wines produced in this area that boasts some of the best fortified wines in Spain.

Winery of international prestige and endorsed by all means of communication. To visit our winery is to enter a unique world, by the hand of our host Jose Luis, charismatic and a professionalism endorsed by numerous awards for his work in onology. Explore one of the oldest wineries in Jerez on this 2-hour tour of the senses. Journey off the beaten path with your knowledgeable and friendly guide. 

Visit one of the oldest and most renowned wine cellars in the charming village of Jerez de la Frontera. Learn about the history of Jerez as it relates to wine production from your knowledgeable guide. Hear about the origins of sherry and its unique personality. Enjoy a tasting session including some of the best varieties of Spanish wine. Spend free time shopping at the end of the tour.



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Jerez City Walking Tour

Jerez City Walking Tour - Jerez, Spain

Duration: 90 minutes
Location: Jerez, Spain

From USD
$29.98

A private guided walk the monumental Jerez, where we will know the corners emblematic of the city, streets and palaces that lie ahead in a different route to the traditional. In Jerez, it's not just wine, it's culture and history unknown to anyone who the visit. Enjoy a private tour !

Each of the different cultures that have settled in Jerez over the past years have greatly influenced its physical appearance as numerous archaeological remains can testify over the surrounding countryside and within the city itself ... More info ›

A private guided walk the monumental Jerez, where we will know the corners emblematic of the city, streets and palaces that lie ahead in a different route to the traditional. In Jerez, it's not just wine, it's culture and history unknown to anyone who the visit. Enjoy a private tour !

Each of the different cultures that have settled in Jerez over the past years have greatly influenced its physical appearance as numerous archaeological remains can testify over the surrounding countryside and within the city itself. Archaeological remains from when the city was known as Xera to the Phoenicians, Ceret to the Romans and most importantly, Sherish to the Moors, merge with the beauty of the later Christian buildings to offer a wide range of architectural styles and distinctive constructions that combine to give Jerez a truly exclusive urban appearance of great beauty.

Few places in Spain are known to enjoy such a vast international prestige. Because of its wine, Jerez or Sherry, the name of the city crossed international borders many years ago and has since become truly universal.

However, Jerez is not only characterised by its wine and unique architecture but offers much more: it is the home of the Carthusian horse and the Fighting Bull, the cradle of flamenco, a city of motor racing and other important events, and the site of a city centre declared as of historical and artistic significance.

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Andalusian Tapas Tour in Jerez

Andalusian Tapas Tour in Jerez - Jerez, Spain

Duration: 2 hours
Location: Jerez, Spain

From USD
$35.98

Tantalize your palate on this 2-hour tapas tour in Jerez. Taste the flavors of the Andalusia as your guide leads you to the best tapas in the region ... More info ›

Tantalize your palate on this 2-hour tapas tour in Jerez. Taste the flavors of the Andalusia as your guide leads you to the best tapas in the region. Enrich your senses in the Andalusia’s famous restaurants, where you can enjoy and taste the best tapas, while learning about Andalusian tradition, innovation, and quality. This culinary tour Includes your guide, two tapas and two drinks per person.

Your tour begins at the Plaza del Arenal, a central point where you meet your guide. After a brief introduction, walk the historic center of Jerez, as your guide begins to explain the fascinating history of the Andalusia and its unique culinary culture, including the origins of the Andalusian dishes.

On your culinary journey, visit two bars typical of the city and savor a tapa at each site. You also won’t want to miss a glass of the famous sherry. Specific dishes vary depending on the day and season, but some examples include ajo caliente (hot garlic), la cola de toro (oxtail stew), el puchero (garbanzo stew), los chicharrones (pork rinds), la berza (cabbage), los alcauciles (Arabic Word for alcachofas, or artichokes) and the well-known riñones al jerez (kidney in sherry sauce). These ingredients can be more commonly found in bygone days, many times governed by the shortages of products. Learn about how these dishes vary from town to town. For example, in Chiclana, chicharrones are more like carne mechada, a stuffed roll of tenderloin, and are served in fine slices.

In many of recipes, wine cannot be left out as an ingredient. It is available in so many varieties, and there is usually an ideal type for each recipe, making it an indispensable part of Jerez’ gastronomy. At the end of your tour, your guide will lead you back to the original start point and say farewell.

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Andalusian Horses Dance Show

Andalusian Horses Dance Show - Jerez, Spain
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Duration: 90 minutes
Location: Jerez, Spain

From USD
$25.19

The unique show, "How the Andalusian Horses Dance", is an equestrian ballet accompanied by quintessential Spanish music and 18th century styled costumes, all put together and choreographed using movements based upon Classical Dressage, Doma Vaquera (country-style riding) and traditional equestrian chores.

Each show consists of between six and eight different choreographies, with the same degree of difficulty and entertainment value and scheduled by the school according to the following repertoire;

Doma Vaquera; a demonstration of the skills of this Spanish riding discipline based on traditional cattle herding. The horseman rides his horse around the arena using only one hand, first trotting and later galloping: Changing the rhythm and then performing pirouettes and arreones (breaking into a gallop) ... More info ›

The unique show, "How the Andalusian Horses Dance", is an equestrian ballet accompanied by quintessential Spanish music and 18th century styled costumes, all put together and choreographed using movements based upon Classical Dressage, Doma Vaquera (country-style riding) and traditional equestrian chores.

Each show consists of between six and eight different choreographies, with the same degree of difficulty and entertainment value and scheduled by the school according to the following repertoire;

Doma Vaquera; a demonstration of the skills of this Spanish riding discipline based on traditional cattle herding. The horseman rides his horse around the arena using only one hand, first trotting and later galloping: Changing the rhythm and then performing pirouettes and arreones (breaking into a gallop).
Classical dressage; 'The Colts', 'Airs on Horseback', 'Pas de Deux' "Passage and Piaffer", "Domino on Horseback", "Airs above the ground" and "Fantasy", are just a few of the coreographies which make up the repertoire of the performance. Horses carry out advanced equestrian exercises to pieces of classical music that accompany them while they perform in the arena

Carriage driving; horses also demonstrate their abilities by drawing carriages. These horse-drawn carriages were originally used for transport but are now relegated to sport and exhibitions, using classical harness and driven by coachmen, who dexterously demonstrate this exciting skill.

Work in hand; The horse also obeys its rider even when the horseman is not in the saddle by carrying out classical Haute École dressage exercises such as levades, caprioles, courbettes, piaffe (between pillars), the Spanish walk and long reins.

Carrousel; A group of horses and riders, in unison, perform advanced equestrian exercises in the arena to provide a most fitting end to the performance.

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Jerez de la Frontera History and Art Walking Tour

Jerez de la Frontera History and Art Walking Tour - Jerez, Spain

Duration: 2 hours
Location: Jerez, Spain

From USD
$11.99

Guided tour where you will enjoy unique surroundings and a particular architectural style visiting the streets, squares, buildings and major civic monuments of historical and artistic heritage of Jerez that still retain the essence of centuries past.

Jerez de la Frontera, is the most prominent city of the province of Cadiz, to preserve an important historical and artistic heritage. It was where the Tartessos settled ... More info ›

Guided tour where you will enjoy unique surroundings and a particular architectural style visiting the streets, squares, buildings and major civic monuments of historical and artistic heritage of Jerez that still retain the essence of centuries past.

Jerez de la Frontera, is the most prominent city of the province of Cadiz, to preserve an important historical and artistic heritage. It was where the Tartessos settled. Later it was Phoenician colony and site of later civilizations such as Roman, Visigoth and Muslim. Cultures that left their mark in Jerez.

We have designed an interesting tourist, cultural and artistic itinerary, so you can discover all the charms that offers Jerez de la Frontera. In our tour of the historic center of Jerez, you will meet to detail and enjoy a unique city. Its special architecture, streets, monuments, landmark buildings and squares; corners that still preserve the essence of the past.

A must-see Historical Center.

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Jerez Walking Tour with Alcazar and Cathedral Entrance

Jerez Walking Tour with Alcazar and Cathedral Entrance - Jerez, Spain

Duration: 2 hours
Location: Jerez, Spain

From USD
$26.39

Immerse yourself in history and culture during this 2-hour walking tour of Jerez de la Frontera. Visit two of the city’s most important landmarks: the stunning 11th-century Alcazar Palace and the sacred Cathedral of Jerez ... More info ›

Immerse yourself in history and culture during this 2-hour walking tour of Jerez de la Frontera. Visit two of the city’s most important landmarks: the stunning 11th-century Alcazar Palace and the sacred Cathedral of Jerez. Along the way, wander the city’s quaint streets and catch a glimpse of local culture as you explore the buildings, monuments, and plazas that make this city so charming.

Part of Cadiz in Spain’s Andalusia region, the city of Jerez de la Frontera is full of rich historic, artistic, and cultural heritage. It’s also known for its wines, flamenco dancing, and horse and motorcycle racing.

Meet up with a local art historian, who will serve as your guide for the day, and take off for visits to two of Jerez’s most famous landmarks. Start at its unique cathedral, a Gothic structure in the style of baroque and neoclassical architecture, complete with flying buttresses. Then head to Alcazar Palace, one of the few examples of Almohad construction in Spain and known as a place of Muslim power in the city.

Throughout the tour, learn more about the city’s historic buildings, palatial houses, and famous monuments. Your guide can answer any questions you have and will point out places of interest as well as photo opportunities along the way.

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