Cadiz (Seville), Spain
La Caleta Beach, Cadiz
Cadiz is a port city on the southwest coast of Spain near Gibraltar. It is 124 km south of Seville.
Where You're Docked
Cruise ships dock at Puerto Comercial on the northeast side near the train station.
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Money and Tipping
||Spain's currency is the Euro (EUR). A small tip (5-10%) is appreciated when dining in restaurants. Tip taxi drivers between 5-10%.
Cadiz is fairly small and can be explored on foot. Trains run hourly to go to Seville and the trip takes just under two hours. Fares are approx €13 one way and €24 return. You can check schedules here - http://www.renfe.com/EN/viajeros/
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- City walls - You can walk along parts of the wall surrounding the old town
- Castillo de Santa Catalina - A large fort on the western end of the city
- Cadiz Cathedral - You can climb the west tower for views of the city
- La Caleta Beach - A popular beach in the summer located on the west side
- Alcazar Palace - A royal palace with moorish influences and large garden.
- Seville Cathedral - Third largest cathedral in the world houses the tomb of Christopher Columbus.
- Plaza de Espana - This pavilion built for the 1929 World's Fair now houses government buildings.
- Plaza de toros - Seville's bull fighting arena. Fights are usually on weekends but you should check the schedule if you plan on visiting. There is a museum and tours are available on non-fight days.
Shopping & Restaurants
There is a central market in Cadiz.
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