Museo de las Cortes de Cádiz
Northwest of Plaza de Topete, the Torre Tavira opens up dramatic panoramas of Cádiz and has a camera obscura that projects live, moving...
Hospital de Mujeres
The Hospital de Mujeres is an 18th-century women's hospital whose chapel is one of the most profusely decorated churches from Cádiz's...
Mercado Central de Abastos
The lively, recently revamped Mercado Central de Abastos was built in 1837 and is the oldest covered market in Spain.
Gran Teatro Falla
Named for Andalucía's finest classical composer and native gaditano Manuel de Falla, this red-bricked neo-Mudéjar theatre hosts Cádiz'...
Freiduría Las Flores
Cádiz' addiction to fried fish reaches new heights here. If it comes from the sea, chances are it’s been fried and dished up at Las...
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Museo de las Cortes de Cádiz information
The remodelled Museo de las Cortes de Cádiz is full of memorabilia of the revolutionary 1812 Cádiz parliament. One exhibit jumps out at you: the huge, marvellously detailed model of 18th-century Cádiz, made in mahogany and ivory by Alfonso Ximénez between 1777 and 1779.