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Cadiz: City Sightseeing Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour

Cadiz: City Sightseeing Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour

Once a launching point for ships sailing to the New World, the 3,000-year-old City of Cadiz is now famous for the picturesque, Moorish charm of its old central quarter. Your City Sightseeing bus provides convenient stops at the beautiful Cathedral, the Central quarter enclosed within the City walls and the bay area. Tour Stops: 1. Avenida del Puerto 2. Plaza de la Hispanidad 3. Puertas de Tierra 4. Catedral 5. Playa de la Caleta 6. Hotel Parador / Parque Genoves 7. Iglesia del Carmen 8. Plaza de Espana 9. Hotel Parador / Parque Genoves 10. Catedral II 11. Playa Santa Maria 12. Playa Victoria 12B. Hotel Cadiz Bahia 13. Plaza de Sevilla 14. Bahia de Cadiz

Cádiz: Self-Guided Audio Smartphone App Tour

Cádiz: Self-Guided Audio Smartphone App Tour

Explore the city of Cádiz at your own pace with a self-guided audio tour on your smartphone. Get a taste of the ancient city’s main sights, while you explore its enchanting plazas, streets, and monuments. Begin the tour at the iconic Puerta de Tierra, the historic gateway that took over 200 years to complete. Hear about the Plaza de Tortugas’ charming Turtle Fountain en route to Plaza de Mina, the cultural heart of Cádiz, where you’ll find the Academy of Fine Arts and the Museum of Cádiz. Pass Torre Tavira, a tower that offers panoramic views of the city. Make your way to Plaza de las Flores, a beautiful square filled to the brim with tapas and a bustling local atmosphere. Experience the grandeur of the Catedral de la Santa Cruz de Cádiz, which replaced the city’s old cathedral at a time when trade was blossoming. Your journey concludes in Plaza San Juan de Dios, a relaxing and atmospheric square where history meets gastronomy.

Cadiz: Pirate Route Guided Tour

Cadiz: Pirate Route Guided Tour

With our Pirate Route you will be able to see emblematic places of Cádiz related to piracy and illicit trade in the city of Cádiz during its years of splendor. We remember that the trade of the Indies was very important in the province, although it also attracted another kind of trade, piracy in its various versions. Pirates without flags, corsairs (piracy under the flag of a certain country) and the occasional buccaneer. Pirate Route Itinerary Departure: Plaza de San Antonio (Casino Gaditano) 1st. Alameda Apodaca, view of the Puercas Lighthouse, Monument to Hispanic Heritage, Baluarte de la Candelaria and Iglesia del Carmen. 2nd. c/ General Menacho, Plaza de Mina, Casa Pinillos. 3rd. Callejón del Tinte, Plaza de San Francisco, Convent of San Francisco. 4th. Beato Diego de Cádiz Street, The House of the Pirate. 5th. Plaza de las Tortugas, Provincial Council, Avenida del Puerto. 6th. c/ Lázaro Dou and Callejón de los Negros. 7th. c/ Higuera, C/ Merced, C/ Público, Campo del Sur, C/ Fabio Rufino, C/ San Juan de Dios, C/ Mesón and C/ San Antonio Abad.

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The app was easy to follow and showed us quite a bit of Cadiz. We learned a lot of history with some fun facts thrown in as well. We did this on our first day in town and it gave us a good idea of the layout of the city.

Excellent way of finding g your way around this little sea port . Can be done without but this way you can ensure you see what Cadiz has to offer . A lot , I would return

A must do and gave us a great insight into Cadiz. Beautiful beaches too. Great restaurants near cathedral. Stopped odd at café Royal x very regal and delicious food.

Highly recommended. You go around the city and you get an idea, then it's time to walk through the center and your visit will be complete.

It's very comfortable. You don't get tired and you skirt around the entire city. Highly recommended indeed.