- City Sightseeing Cadiz hop-on hop-off sightseeing tour
- Hop on and off at 12 stops around the city
- Ticket valid for 24 hours
- The bus departs every 30 minutes from each stop
- Open-top double-decker sightseeing tour
- Enjoy a guided walking tour of central Cadiz (included)
What You Can Expect
You can hop-on and off as many times as you like aboard this City Sightseeing open-top double-decker bus. There are 12 stops in total, and the entire route takes approximately 1 hour. The bus departs every 30 minutes from each stop. Tickets are valid for 24 hours from first use.
Your hop-on hop-off ticket also includes a Constitution Tour, 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.
You can also enjoy 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 at 1pm from San Juan de Dios square. You must book in advance at Stop 1.
This was excellent value for money and gave us an overview of what Cadiz had to offer. The tour had 12 stops and took around 60 minutes to complete. Stop 2 was right outside the cruise terminal and the tour allowed us to get our bearings and plan our visit.
Nice tour around the city with commentary in many languages. The departure times given on the voucher are not correct, there are more departures than given on the voucher.
Cadiz tour was short but good and you could go to the beach and spend the afternoon as there were three stops. Easy access from the cruise terminal.
This tour was very enjoyable. All of the speakers that we sat at worked and the announcer was easily understood. All of the stops were announced. The maps were good.
There were sufficient buses for the people visiting and the commentary was good, although Cadiz is smaller than other cities where I've used the hop on/hop off buses. It was convenient, gave a good overview, and it was cheaper to book through Viatour than to buy a ticket locally.
Price was good. The bus was clean and comfortable. It was nice to be able to get off for awhile at the beach and again at the botanical gardens. Headphones with many languages to serve as a "tour guide". A very good value.