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Jerez is a great cultural reference in Spain, famous throughout the country, its flamenco art, its majestic horses and especially famous wines. This city has become a symbol and an Andalusian tradition, the perfect opportunity to get to know first hand its history and most relevant monuments.
- Explore the city with locals
- Get discounts on tickets
- Discover the best local restaurants
- Learn about the local gastronomy
- Best panoramic views !!
- Walking tour in the old town of Jerez
A guided tour begins with a local guide starting at the majestic Plaza del Arenal, a reference center in Jerez and a meeting point for locals and tourists. A few meters away we will see one of the most important and famous churches for the weddings that take place there, the church of San Miguel, a monument of Gothic style that began its construction in the 15th century.
Then, we will go to the old Alcázar, one of the main monuments of the city. We will continue without losing all the luxury of details on the way to the Cathedral, an essential stop to contemplate this beautiful construction dating from the seventeenth century, where we will find the statue of Manuel María, founder of the Tío Pepe winery, one of the most visited wineries in the world.
Continuing the trip we will arrive to admire some of the palatial houses better known as the palace house of Bertemati, magnificent exponent of Jerezana manor house. Leaving behind the palace house, we will enter Plaza Plateros, one of the most lively squares in the city, besides being one of the most important streets that leads to Porvera Street, so named because it is located next to the The old city wall, which is adjacent to the main street, Calle Larga, where you can buy some typical souvenirs of the town.
|Meeting Point||Arenal Square (In front of the tourism office)|
|1ª Stop||San Miguel's Church|
|3ª Stop||Statue of Manuel Maria|
|4ª Stop||Cathedral of Jerez|
|5ª Stop||Bertemati Palace|
|6ª Stop||Asuncion Square|
|7ª Stop||Plateros Square|
|8ª Stop||Larga Street|
|9ª Stop||The Blue Roster|