Plaza de San Juan de Dios
Glammed up for the 200th anniversary of the 1812 constitution, cafe-lined Plaza San Juan de Dios is dominated by the grand neoclassical...
The grand neoclassical ayuntamiento , built around 1800, dominates Plaza San Juan de Dios.
Centro de Interpretación del Teatro Romano
On the seaward edge of the Barrio del Pópulo is Cádiz' Roman theatre. due to reopen mid-2015 after extensive works. Though the theatre...
El Teniente Seblon
This arty, gay-friendly bar is one of the liveliest evening spots in the Barrio del Pópulo.
El Fogón de Mariana
Part of the small Montanera group (there’s another one in San Fernando), this two-floored non-smoking restaurant specialises in Iberian...
Calle Plocia 7 · interesting places nearby
One of Cádiz’ most long-standing restaurants, Atxuri fuses Basque and Andalucian influences into a refined range of flavours. As you’d expect in a place with Basque roots, bacalao (cod; perhaps scrambled or al pil pil ) and high-quality steaks are recurring themes; Andalucian fish and meat staples blur the boundary.