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Description

Cadiz Free Tour

Join our Free Tour in Cádiz and discover the oldest city in the West. Its Phoenician origins, the passage of Greeks and Romans, Jews, Muslims and Christians, have made the city stand out for a long history of events of which we would like you to be a part.

We will start at San Juan de Dios Square, an emblematic place in the city, located next to the City Hall with its neoclassical fronts. We will continue to the Campo Sur area, where we will enjoy the best views of the new area of Cadiz, its beaches and the ocean, thanks to the elevation of the promenade. We will emphasize of this zone the set of buildings of shrieking colors that contrast with the standards of white houses of the city and brown of the ostionera stone own of the old walls. In addition, we will be able to enjoy the remains of the Roman Theatre, and the back of the old and new Cathedrals. Annexing this area with the Barrio del Pópulo, the oldest in Europe, where we will discover several vestiges of Cadiz's history. Walking through its narrow streets means cultural immersion in its historical background. Another of the neighbourhoods we will pass through is La Viña, the seafaring neighbourhood that is related to its past as a place for growing grapes. Nowadays it is known for the celebration of the carnival. During the tour we will highlight the tapas bars and restaurants recommended to eat a good fried fish.

We finish the tour on the most popular beach in town, Caleta beach. From here we will remember that natural port where the Phoenician, Carthaginian and Roman ships anchored in the city. We will also see the source of inspiration that for years has served musicians and poets, and we will appreciate the old spa that today is the headquarters of the Center of Underwater Archaeology of Andalusia, the Castles of San Sebastian and Santa Catalina, and the University Campus.

Free Walking Tour Cádiz: Guided tours schedules

 

We have created different schedules that will allow you to enjoy your trip to Cadiz. We don't want you to miss out on discovering any corner of our legacy, so every day we will be offering different tour options. The routes will be at 10.30 a.m. and 1 p.m. in Spanish and English. In this way you can adapt to your visit to Cádiz as you see fit.


Important For groups of 6 or more people you have to make the request for a private guided tour and we’ll assign you an exclusive guide. More information here.

Prices

Precios

Includes

Incluye

Meeting point

Meeting point

Plaza de San Juan de Dios. Find the pink unbrella.

How to get there

How to get there

From the train or bus station:
· Bus line: 2 and 7

By car. The closest parking:
· Parking Canalejas,Calle Cristóbal Colón, 1, 11005 Cádiz

Description

Cadiz Free Tour

Join our Free Tour in Cádiz and discover the oldest city in the West. Its Phoenician origins, the passage of Greeks and Romans, Jews, Muslims and Christians, have made the city stand out for a long history of events of which we would like you to be a part.

We will start at San Juan de Dios Square, an emblematic place in the city, located next to the City Hall with its neoclassical fronts. We will continue to the Campo Sur area, where we will enjoy the best views of the new area of Cadiz, its beaches and the ocean, thanks to the elevation of the promenade. We will emphasize of this zone the set of buildings of shrieking colors that contrast with the standards of white houses of the city and brown of the ostionera stone own of the old walls. In addition, we will be able to enjoy the remains of the Roman Theatre, and the back of the old and new Cathedrals. Annexing this area with the Barrio del Pópulo, the oldest in Europe, where we will discover several vestiges of Cadiz's history. Walking through its narrow streets means cultural immersion in its historical background. Another of the neighbourhoods we will pass through is La Viña, the seafaring neighbourhood that is related to its past as a place for growing grapes. Nowadays it is known for the celebration of the carnival. During the tour we will highlight the tapas bars and restaurants recommended to eat a good fried fish.

We finish the tour on the most popular beach in town, Caleta beach. From here we will remember that natural port where the Phoenician, Carthaginian and Roman ships anchored in the city. We will also see the source of inspiration that for years has served musicians and poets, and we will appreciate the old spa that today is the headquarters of the Center of Underwater Archaeology of Andalusia, the Castles of San Sebastian and Santa Catalina, and the University Campus.

Free Walking Tour Cádiz: Guided tours schedules

 

We have created different schedules that will allow you to enjoy your trip to Cadiz. We don't want you to miss out on discovering any corner of our legacy, so every day we will be offering different tour options. The routes will be at 10.30 a.m. and 1 p.m. in Spanish and English. In this way you can adapt to your visit to Cádiz as you see fit.


Important For groups of 6 or more people you have to make the request for a private guided tour and we’ll assign you an exclusive guide. More information here.

Prices

Precios

Includes

Incluye

Meeting point

Meeting point

Plaza de San Juan de Dios. Find the pink unbrella.

How to get there

How to get there

From the train or bus station:
· Bus line: 2 and 7

By car. The closest parking:
· Parking Canalejas,Calle Cristóbal Colón, 1, 11005 Cádiz

 
 
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