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The best "how to find it" directions I could give would be to turn your back on Castillo de Saint Sebastian and the Playa de la Caleta, walk up the streets for a few blocks. There are cafes, bars, vendors, and families so this is...More
This is your standard neighborhood in Cádiz, with some amazing buildings close to fairly decadent ones, but the plus is in the Playa de la caleta which is an amazing place for a walk or to lay down in the sun in Summer!
I believe we were spoiled after visiting Córdoba and Granada, two cities who maintain their old world charm. The streets are narrow and the buildings not well taken care of. The attraction here is the beaches and it shows
Our first time to Spain we wanted to experience a typical Spanish neighbourhood close to the sea. I was not disappointed. I loved the relaxing atmosphere. Well worth a look if you have time.
Hint : map, location app, camera, sunscreen , sunhat
La Viña is one of the most alive neighborhoods in Cádiz, you will breath the sympathy and kindness of its habitants, thanks to lots of bars with terraces and good atmosphere. It is a small quarter perfect for walking along its streets and let you...More
One of the 'popular' neighborhoods of Cádiz Formerly due to the population (barrio popular) but now it has become sort of fancy, probably just a little too popular. Lodging in this area means the La Caleta Beach close at hand and many bars and restaurants...More
El Barrio de La Vina is probably the most Andalusian and most traditional neighborhood of Cadiz, full of history and friendly locals. Its a beautiful area with historical buildings and excellent restaurants, bars and tapas bars to dine in. We walked around and were greeted...More
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In our opinion, Cadiz is very walkable and quite small in scale. Your info desk/concierge on board should have a local map for you to venture forth to the Barrio on your own. We went there on a Voyages to Antiquity cruise... More
In our opinion, Cadiz is very walkable and quite small in scale. Your info desk/concierge on board should have a local map for you to venture forth to the Barrio on your own. We went there on a Voyages to Antiquity cruise and only had a half day in Cadiz.
Keeping in mind your sailing time (and arrival time in port), decide if you'll take a panoramic bus ride with Royal Caribbean or if you will venture forth on your own. I'm guessing you won't have time to do both.
Cruise ships come in to port near the large plaza (near the Burger King) and it is easy to walk through that plaza and keep walking to the center of Cadiz which is pretty much where the Barrio La Vina is.
Although it is very easy to find your way around in Cadiz, none of these neighborhoods are all that well marked or defined. Better to choose an attraction you want to see there in the Barrio and then focus on that location; you'll have an easier time locating the Barrio that way.