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A lovely old town of Cádiz. Easy to walk around with loads of little narrow streets. There is plenty to see and to do. Eating and drinking are very well catered for in the old town. We stayed at the Senator hotel in Cádiz which...More
we visited in July and had a gentle stroll around here. plenty of bars nearby to sit at and people watch. A wedding was going on close by and it was nice to watch smiley happy people. central to Cadiz and within easy reach of...More
Just to wander around and explore is a great way to spend time in old Cadiz. Plenty of tiny alleys, small squares, churches and interesting building facades. 13th century El Populo at it's heart with entrance arches is a great place to begin. Plenty of...More
Part of our walking tour , we strolled small alleys with cobblestone, some are very windy and extremely narrow. You certainly can’t stroll with a wheelchair or a walker. This is the place though to discover interesting historical buildings, the architecture is incredible, the bars...More
You can easily spend a day or two just walking around these small alleys, exploring the backyards, which are sometimes opening to the street, or listening flamenco music from flats in the evening.. It really feels like real Spain here, after boring Costa del Sol...
Cádiz is a very walk-able city (although the cobblestones can be difficult for wheelchairs, walkers, or canes) and you can just wander around discovering the interesting historic buildings, archways/gates, plazas, and balconies. If you arrive by cruise ship, the city is at your doorstep. Wander...More
At the Plaza de San Martin in the center of El Populo (Cadiz Old Town, near the Arco del Populo) lies a beautiful 1600's piece of delicious architecture that demanded attention. It oozed luxury, wealth, elegance, and a richness that time hasn't dimished. Rumor has...More
Cadiz is an easy city in which to wander about at will. It’s relatively compact, and one can easily circumnavigate the perimeter of the old town in a morning or afternoon. Many of its streets meander narrowly up, down and around – and one will...More