Cádiz, Andalusia / Spain
The southern Spanish coastal town in Andalucia has a trading port and a naval port. Almost 160,000 inhabitants it counts today. Beautiful winding streets with a lot of Andalusian flair.
Connected by a 9-km-long headland and a bridge to the mainland. Attractions of the city founded in 1100 by the Phoenicians are the medical faculty of the University of Seville, the Old Cathedral (13th and 16th century) and the new cathedral built in the 18/19 century. Historically Cadiz gained the most important starting point of the West India rides in Spain.
The time-honored market hall with its hustle and bustle and a great selection of fresh marine fish is worth a visit.
Trip to Seville, capital of Andalusia. Visit to the gothic cathedral with the grave of Christopher Columbus, the Jewish quarter "Barrio de Santa Cruz" and the Arab royal palace of Alcazar from the 14th century.
Trip to the sherry town of Jerez de la Frontera and the famous white villages of Andalusia;