Disfrute de los paisajes y la cultura del sur de España en esta escapada de un día a Jerez y Cádiz desde Sevilla. Pruebe vino español en una bodega cerca de Jerez, donde el suelo fértil ofrece las condiciones de cultivo ideales. No se pierda el espectáculo "Cómo bailan los caballos andaluces" en la Real Escuela Andaluza de Arte Ecuestre de Jerez. Explore Cádiz a su propio ritmo durante su tiempo libre. A continuación, disfrute de un recorrido panorámico en autobús por la antigua ciudad. Empápese con las magníficas vistas de la costa y descubra los principales lugares como la Viña y Santa María en el casco antiguo de la ciudad.
Muy agradable pero la excursion en Barco en Cadis a pesar de que el tiempo estaba muy bonito, no se realizó y fue sustituida por un viaje en el bus por la costa que no es lo mismo. El espectáculo de los caballos andalucez y la visita al Fabrica de vinos Gonzalez Byass estuvo muy bien
An interesting well balanced trip. The horse show was brilliant, even without being a horsey person. My only criticism would be about the intermittent microphone on the coach which was annoying. Two hours in Cadiz was enough to get a feel about the it - a lovely place.
The horse show was great. The rest of the trip was just ok or boring. The guide spent more time talking in Spanish to everyone else and very little time for the English speaking guests. Plus, she was hard to understand. So, most of the trip was not very memorable as we didn't have much of a guide.
It was hot, of course, it's Spain. It would have been good to give out water like other tours do. Also we were dropped off in Cadiz and told we could purchase a map at the visitors center. It would have been good to provide maps. I paid a lot for a tour of a winery and the horse show. The guide, Jose, was friendly and had a good personality. But I could have saved my money and taken a bus to Cadiz and Jerez and
Our guide, Jose, was very nice and had a friendly personality. The tour of the winery was disappointing. But the horse show was amazing. However, if you were to do it again. I would take a bus to Jerez and buy a tour of the horse show. Maybe I would have gotten more information about the school and the horses. I thought for the cost of this tour we would get a little more. For example, it was very hot, normal for Spain, yet no water bottles were previded. I
Our guide, Jose, was friendly and had a nice personality. The horse show was amazing. However, I didn't need to pay so much of this tour, I could have just got tickets for the horse show. I would have liked some information about the school and the horses besides the show. I found the wine tour boring. I have experienced wine tasting many, many times. This was the worst. Two things that I really didn't like were: no water and no maps. It was hot, of course, it is Spain. Yet no water bottles were supplied. I have never been on a tour where water was not provided. Also when we were dropped off in Cadiz no maps were provided. When asked for a map, we were told we could buy one at the information booth. This tour was disappointing and way over priced.