- City Sightseeing hop-on hop-off sightseeing shore excursion in Cadiz
- You can join the tour at Stop 12, just across from the cruise port
- Sights on route include Cadiz cathedral, Gran Teatro Falla and San Sebastian castle
- Get on and off at 12 stops around the city
- Convenient and easy way to see Cadiz
- Ticket valid for 24 hours
- Open-top, double-decker bus departs every 30 minutes from each stop
- Enjoy a guided walking tour of central Cadiz (included)
What You Can Expect
See the Puerta de Tierra, a marble door from 1756 that separates the old part of the city from the modern one. Visit the neoclassical city hall in Plaza de San Juan de Dios. Grab a snack at one of the numerous cafes around the city. Or visit Plaza de Sevilla, Plaza de la Hispanidad and the nearby Victoria Beach.
Hop on and off as many times as you like at then 12 stops. The entire route takes approximately 1 hour. The bus departs every 30 minutes from each stop – the closest stop to the cruise port is Stop 12, Plaza de la Hispanidad. Tickets are valid for 24 hours from first use.
This excursion is located within a 15-minute walk to the cruise port, so you determine the time you return to your ship in Cadiz. Please allow yourself ample time to enjoy the excursion and ensure your timely return to the port. This excursion is not covered by our worry-free policy.
Your hop-on hop-off ticket also includes a Constitution Tour and a guided walking tour. Please see Itinerary section below for more details.
Visit some of Cadiz most famous sights, such as:
- Cadiz Cathedral
- Mirador de Poniente
- Tavira Tower
- City Hall
- San Sebastian Castle
- Santa Catalina Castle
- Great Theater Falla and
- Santa Cruz Church
- Central Market
- Museum of Cadiz
- Congress Palace
- Puerta de Tierra
- Roman Theater
- Plaza San Juan de Dios
- Plaza de Sevilla
- C.C.El Corte Ingles
- Puerta de Tierra
- Playa de Santa Maria
- Playa de la Victoria
- Glorieta Ingeniero La Cierva
- Playa de la Caleta
- Parque Genoves
- Alameda Apodaca
- Plaza de la Hispanidad
Enjoy a 30-minute route around central Cadiz, including Plaza Sevilla, Campo del Sur, Catedral, Playa la caleta, Parque Genovés, Alameda, Iglesia del Carmen, Plaza de España, to commemorate the 200th anniversary of the Spanish constitution. Tour departs every day at 5pm from Stop 1 -- Plaza San Juan de Dios -- and is available in English and Spanish. Tours must be booked in advance at Stop 1.
Join a 1-hour guided walking tour of the Cadiz Alameda, Iglesia del Carmen, Plaza del mentidero, Plaza San Antonio, Iglesia San Felipe Neri, and learn interesting facts about the Spanish constitution of 1812. Tour is available in English and Spanish, and departs every day ay 2:15pm from Stop 11 -- Alameda. You must book in advance at Stop 1.
We had time to go through the tour once and then go back and visit the places that were most interesting to us.
You can't go wrong with a Hop-on Hop-off bus tour in any city. This is a great way to get a feel for the city and decide where you want to concentrate your touring. The audio with the tour is very informative and you have a choice of 6 to 9 different languages to choose from. If you plan of taking pictures from the bus you will want to be on the top level open air, if it isn't raining. You will want to get in line early to get a good spot on the bus, as they fill up quickly. Cadiz if a beautiful city and the old town section is a great area to visit. The best way to see it is to take the bus around town first, then hop off where you want to start your walking tour. There are different colored lines painted on the walkways throughout the city that you can follow to do your own walking tour. Information kiosks have maps of the city for self-guided tours that you can take. We were told that Cadiz is the oldest city in Europe and was originally settled by the Phoenicians. It has many beautiful forts, cathedrals and buildings. There are many tours to Seville that your can take from Cadiz, if you have the time. Cadiz is worth a day to see all by itself.