Immerse yourself in history and culture during this 2-hour walking tour of Jerez de la Frontera. Visit two of the city’s most important landmarks: the stunning 11th-century Alcazar Palace and the sacred Cathedral of Jerez. Along the way, wander the city’s quaint streets and catch a glimpse of local culture as you explore the buildings, monuments, and plazas that make this city so charming.
Part of Cadiz in Spain’s Andalusia region, the city of Jerez de la Frontera is full of rich historic, artistic, and cultural heritage. It’s also known for its wines, flamenco dancing, and horse and motorcycle racing.Meet up with a local art historian, who will serve as your guide for the day, and take off for visits to two of Jerez’s most famous landmarks. Start at its unique cathedral, a Gothic structure in the style of baroque and neoclassical architecture, complete with flying buttresses. Then head to Alcazar Palace, one of the few examples of Almohad construction in Spain and known as a place of Muslim power in the city. Throughout the tour, learn more about the city’s historic buildings, palatial houses, and famous monuments. Your guide can answer any questions you have and will point out places of interest as well as photo opportunities along the way.