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Reviewed 21 March 2017

One of the best things to do when visiting ports on a cruise is to explore the town/village/city where the ship docks. While a good number of our fellow travelers went to Seville, we decided to tour Cadiz on our own. Cadiz is divided into...More

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Reviewed 27 September 2015

Walking around the 'El Populo' (Old Town) of Cadiz is very nice but no different or better than taking a walk around any other old city... As well as Cadiz we walked around Seville, Granada, Ronda and Cordoba whilst in Andalucía and they are all...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago

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...

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

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

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Reviewed 7 October 2018

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

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Reviewed 28 June 2018

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

1  Thank PJandSJ
Reviewed 15 June 2018

Cadiz's old town, like the other Spanish cities, is full of narrow streets and alleys. Walking around the labyrinth-like city is a pleasurable experience.

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Reviewed 4 July 2017

Enter from old gate in Cathedral Square close to Cathedral. Follow painted line to explore the old town of Cadiz. History all around you and plenty of places to stop for a welcome drink.

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Reviewed 6 May 2017

narrow streets and alleyways are best explored during the late day when unpretentious little eateries open their doors and spill out onto the side streets

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Reviewed 22 March 2017

One of our favourite cities,we opted for a walk around rather than the expensive walking tours that were on offer.Cadiz was more relaxed than we expected and did get a little more busy as the day advanced.We enjoyed walking the back lanes looking at some...More

2  Thank shane s
Reviewed 21 March 2017

One of the best things to do when visiting ports on a cruise is to explore the town/village/city where the ship docks. While a good number of our fellow travelers went to Seville, we decided to tour Cadiz on our own. Cadiz is divided into...More

14  Thank ITRT
Reviewed 19 November 2016

Cadiz is a great city to walk around. It is flat, not overly crowded, even when cruise ships are in town. Many cruisers go to Seville and forget that Cadiz has much to offer. Nice squares, small streets jammed with cafes and shops, and scenic...More

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