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Ideal for travelers with limited time in Cadiz, this walking tour showcases the historic city’s top attractions and provides insight into Cadiz’s culture. In a small group limited to 10 travelers, you’ll tick off landmarks including El Populo, the Roman Theater (Teatro Romano), and La Caleta Beach. Absorb the ancient charm of La Vina neighborhood, see both the old and new cathedrals, and delve into the 3,000-year-old history of the coastal city. Hotel pickup and drop-off in Cadiz city center are included.
Guided walking tour of Cadiz
A comprehensive tour ideal for travelers with limited time
Tick off historic monuments in the neighborhoods of El Populo and La Vina
Visit the Roman Theater (Teatro Romano) and La Caleta Beach
Learn about Cadiz's 3,000-year-old history from a guide
Begin your tour with either pickup at centrally located hotels or, if your hotel is not close to the center, greet your guide at Plaza de España. Your experience begins with a visit to El Populo, which dates back to the 13th century and boasts the title of Cadiz’s oldest neighborhood.
Alongside your guide, stroll through the barrio’s ambient tangle of streets and visit landmarks such as the Roman Theater (Teatro Romano), City Hall, and Cadiz Cathedral, recognizable by its golden-hued dome.
In the charming neighborhood of La Vina, you’ll visit the bustling Fish Market and walk beside La Caleta Beach’s golden sands. Throughout the walking tour, your guide provides commentary that reveals the city’s culture and ancient history.
The tour concludes at your original departure point.
Catedral de Cadiz
edificio de estilo barroco y neoclásico. Se empezó a construir en 1722