See highlights of Europe's oldest city too difficult to find on your own. Did you know Cadiz's street grid was designed to confuse pirates? Stroll the 15th-century Plaza de San Juan de Dios, constructed on lands reclaimed from the sea. See the Cadiz Cathedral from the outside, with styles ranging from 13th-century Baroque to 19th-century neoclassical, and view the rampart walls of this once-fortified city. Then spend some free time enjoying a refreshment at a local cafe.
• Europe's Oldest City: Legend names Hercules as founder of Cadiz, although history credits the Phoenicians.
• Cadiz Cathedral: This structure took 116 years to build, hence its eclectic blend of Baroque, Rococo and neoclassical architectural styles.
• Free Time: Enjoy some time shopping, browsing, picture-taking and pausing for refreshment at a nearby cafe.
• THIS TOUR IS OPERATED BY A TOUR OPERATOR THAT HAS BEEN THIRD-PARTY VERIFIED TO AN INTERNATIONALLY RECOGNIZED SUSTAINABILITY STANDARD.
What To Bring:
• Sea Pass card and photo identification
• Cash/Credit cards
• Sun protection
What To Wear:
• Walking shoes
• Hat and sunglasses
• Conservative attire required in churches
• Guests must consider their physical fitness level and medical history when determining whether this tour is appropriate. Guests with pre-existing neck, back, knee and/or shoulder injuries, cardiac conditions, asthma, diabetes, epilepsy, other heart or respiratory conditions or any other medical condition must take particular caution when selecting a tour - particularly tours categorized as "strenuous". Guests who have concerns must consult with their personal physician before engaging in any activity that may be strenuous for them.
• Guests must be able to walk about two and a half miles over even surfaces with 15 to 25 steps.
• Guests using wheelchairs or other mobility issues must not select this tour.
• No exposed shoulders or knees in churches.
• No tank tops or shorts in churches.
• Cadiz Cathedral closed during mass services on Sundays and holidays.
• If cathedral is closed, guides give commentary outside; guests then enter quietly on their own.