Peña Flamenca La Perla
On the seaward edge of the Barrio del Pópulo is the excavated Teatro Romano, Cádiz’ most easily accessible Roman site. Its ancient stage...
A stone’s throw to the east of Cádiz cathedral, the Museo Catedralicio has an excavated medieval street and material on the Anglo-Dutch...
Plaza San Juan de Dios & Around
Broad Plaza San Juan de Dios is lined with cafes and is dominated by the imposing neoclassical ayuntamiento built around 1800. Between...
El Teniente Seblon
This arty, gay-friendly bar is one of the liveliest evening spots in the Barrio del Pópulo.
Refined restaurant upstairs and supercool tapas bar downstairs, El Aljibe on its own is almost reason enough to come to Cádiz. The...
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Lonely Planet review
The paint-peeled Peña La Perla, set romantically next to the crashing Atlantic surf, hosts flamenco nights at 10pm most Fridays, more so in spring and summer. It's right beside the ocean just off Calle Concepción Arenal in the Barrio de Santa María, entry is free and the audience is stuffed with aficionados. It’s an unforgettable experience.