26 reviews of Jerez and Cadiz Day Trip from Seville
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Reviewed by Leanne P, April 2013
The oldest city in Europe! 3,000 years old! The horse show was amazing; the wine tasting was fun and interesting. We even saw a barrel that was owned by Robert Wagner.
Reviewed by James H, September 2012
Great trip, though I think it may be better in reverse with more time in Cadiz.
Reviewed by scottsdalegma, June 2012
Our entire day was great! The sherry tour was very interesting and enjoyable. The horse show was beautiful and quite memorable. We stopped for lunch in Santa Maria, and afterwards took a ferry to Cadiz, which was very interesting as well as surprising. Our guide "Tiger" did a great job!
Reviewed by wiroman, November 2011
Todo las paradas cumplieron con nuestras expectativas y más! La visita a Jeréz y a la Bodega de Domeq fue fantástica y la guia turística en Cadiz fue la mejor!!!
Reviewed by Frank H, USA, September 2006
Reviewed by Colleen T, March 2013
The horse show was really awesome, and the sherry tour was interesting, though it's not my favorite drink. We especially enjoyed the opportunity to have lunch and wander in Cádiz because our group was small and skipped the ferry ride in favor of more time on a beautiful day in town. It was definitely worth it!
Reviewed by margaret l, November 2012
The main reason for booking this trip was to see the horse show. Unfortunately there was no sign of any ladies in beautiful dresses taking part in the show as shown in your picture. This was a bit of a disappointment. The visit to the sherry place was very enjoyable and the free time in Cadiz was ample.
Reviewed by roxanne g, October 2011
Enjoyed the tour. However, I think the older waterfront part of Cadiz where the beautiful patios are would be a better area for the lunch stop.
Reviewed by William D, USA, April 2011
The horses were fantastic. The sherry factory was great. Cadiz was a non-starter. We arrived just as siesta was starting and it was really not worth the time to get here. I've given this tour a lower rating because of this.
Reviewed by Sharon F, April 2011
nice guide, knowledgeable. bit disappointed in lunch stop (town had little to offer, meal was a bit pricey) and no chance to explore Cadiz-- would recommend lunch instead after horse show (too bad they had so few souvenirs to buy) in Jerez, then skip the boat trip and instead after a tour of Cadiz have time to explore all this city has to offer. great sherry tasting! nice to have convenient pickups near hotel.
Reviewed by Alice M, March 2011
Trip was very good once it was underway. There were problems arranging a pick-up location because an employee told us the wrong place to wait for the bus. We were very lucky not to miss the bus.
Reviewed by Juha H, Finland, October 2008
Reviewed by Isabelle D, March 2013
Interesting tour in genral but some things to improve for me. The horse show was impressive but a little bit too serious and inexperssive for me and we har to rush at the entrance et at the exit, without any time to go and see the horses. The fact to forbid any kind of photo during the show is very strange. The visit or the winnery was interesting but a little bit too long ... so that we had one two hours in Cadiz (included lunch time...). I don't know why we didn't have the ferry trip to Cadiz, it could have been the occasion to take beautiful pictures, may be. And somme comment as for the other excursion, having no comment at all during all the drives was a little bit surprising. The guide Melissa was explaining finally relly few things (but in clear english), only schedules and location of the bus; I think she could have explained many things on Andalousia, no?
Reviewed by Marie H, Ireland, August 2012
Lovely to visit the winery. equestrian schol was nice too. Very hot weather, could have gone to Cadiz first and the indoor things laer. Lovely to see the places.