Plaza de Topete
Northwest of Plaza de Topete, the Torre Tavira has another dramatic panorama of Cádiz and 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...
Torre de Poniente
Next to the main cathedral entrance on Plaza de la Catedral you can climb up inside one of its bell towers, the Torre de Poniente, for...
This long, dim jazz and blues bar often hosts live music on Thursdays around 10.30pm, but it’s the sort of place that has a great...
Freiduría Las Flores
Cádiz's addiction to fried fish finds wonderful expression here. If it comes from the sea, chances are that it’s been fried and served...
Plaza de Topete information
A short walk northwest from the cathedral, this triangular plaza is one of Cádiz’ most intimate, bright with flower stalls and still widely known by its old name, Plaza de las Flores (Square of the Flowers). It adjoins the large, animated Mercado Central, built in 1837 and the oldest covered market in Spain, but undergoing major renovations when we were there.