Secrets of Cadiz

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Excursion Highlights:
  • Uncover the ancient secrets of Cadiz, Europe's oldest city, on an exciting and educational tour
  • Visit significant landmarks including Puerta de Tierra, Falla Theatre, and Genoves Park guided by an expert tour leader
  • Explore Populo, the medieval quarter that Christopher Columbus walked through
  • Indulge in a rooftop wine and cheese tasting event featuring traditional sherry and locally made cheese
  • Enjoy a smaller group size, best prices, and the industry's strongest guarantees
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Shore Excursion Size ? Small
Shore Excursion Type Cultural, Scenic, Active
Shore Excursion Duration 5 Hours
Activity Level ? Easy
Shore Excursion Leaves From ? Cruise Ship Pier
Food/Beverage Provided Bottled water is included.
Recommended Dress Comfortable walking shoes, a hat, and sunscreen is recommended.
Restrictions Guests should be able to walk about a mile over flat surfaces, and 25 steps to climb in Puerta De Tierra. This tour can accommodate wheelchairs and mobility collapsible scooters.

Secrets of Cadiz

Experience more than 3000 years of history in just one tour. This Cadiz tour introduces you to Europe's oldest city, a city rich with attractions both modern and ancient. Here's your chance to travel back in time and watch history unfold for yourself.

Your tour begins near the port, where you'll meet your guide. From there, you'll board an air-conditioned minibus and proceed toward the first of many points of interest: Puerta de Tierra, which served to protect the city of Cadiz from invaders. From there, you will continue onward to Campo Sur to witness the incredible La Caleta Beach. Although it's a tiny beach, it has served as a big inspiration to the likes of artists and writers like Paco Alba and Carlos Cano. Other notable attractions include Falla Theatre, Genoves Park and Mina Square.

The star of the Cadiz sightseeing tour, however, is the final stop: Populo. This medieval quarter that dates back to the 13th century and is widely known for its stone gates, which Christopher Columbus walked through to start his second journey. There's a lot of exploration to do on the 2 hour walking portion of your Cadiz tour, and you will get hungry.

At the conclusion of the tour, there is a wine and cheese tasting event. The guests are brought to 360-degree roof top of a hotel, where they have a few different glasses of sherry (a traditional wine from Andalucia) and some locally made cheese. We utilize lifts to ascend rather than climbing stairs.

The list of attractions above is by no means exclusive; there are dozens more that you will encounter throughout the extensive tour. For a comprehensive look at the city, make your reservation today.