Come to Cadiz without wasting a moment! City cited by the own NewYork Times ! A city classified as the oldest city in Western Europe and which, since its discovery by the Phoenicians three thousand years ago! A city that has been the subject of historical battles! A city that has been inhabited and visited by many civilizations and cultures from all over the world! City waiting for you today!
So take our advice: Don’t think any more and live it before qu´il is not too late! There are three things that a traveller must see ABSOLUTELY in Andalusia: Real Alcázar, Alhambra and… CADIX.
Perfect asset, this private cultural walk will allow you to enjoy at the same time traditional and tasty tapas from Cadiz and see de places steeped in history very rich.
Of course, you will have all the time you need to take all the best photographs you want to keep fond memories of Cadiz.
A large 18th century building with a clever mix of three styles: Baroque, Renaissance and Neoclassical, its imperial splendour envelops you. Many indigenous people nicknamed it New Cathedral because History shows that it was built on the site of an old cathedral. Its construction lasted 116 years. Its rear part faces the sea and with its famous dome of golden tiles, it is one of the most beautiful and typical images of Cadiz that thousands of photographs have fixed for eternity.
Before entering the market, we will pass for the Plaza de las Flores, one of the most typical corners of Cadiz, which owes its name to its many kiosks with flowers of all colours. A few hundred metres from the Plaza de las Flores, the market will be open to us. It was in October 2009 that the central market in Cadiz reopened after a long rehabilitation that lasted several years. At the end of the work, it kept its original appearance. The market has a centenary of stalls divided into fruit and vegetables, fish and seafood, meat, general food, bakery and pastry, olives. In addition, every day of the week, it houses the Gastronomic Corner, a privileged place to taste the products of gypsy cuisine and national or international gastronomy.
NOTE: If you like adventure, we also recommend a 100% local alternative: Take the train from Seville. Don’t worry, your guide is waiting for you at Cadiz station:)