Cadiz is said to be the oldest city in Western Europe, as it was founded by Phoenician sailors some 3,000 years ago as a trading stronghold.
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Cadiz is said to be the oldest city in Western Europe, as it was founded by Phoenician sailors some 3,000 years ago as a trading stronghold. The city of Cadiz is now famous for the quaint Moorish charm of its old central district which sits at the tip of the peninsula and buzzes with delightful squares that are constantly buzzing with life. Visit the most famous monuments of the city: the Cathedral. The Plaza de la Catedral houses both the cathedral and the baroque church of Santiago, built in 1635. Lovers of architecture and culture can also visit several other churches in the city, including Iglesia de la Palma, Iglesia del Carmen, Iglesia del Rosario, Iglesia de San Antonio and Iglesia de Santo Domingo.
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See Cadiz's stunning New Cathedral
Visit the historic city center
Pass by the Plaza de Mina, of particular artistic and historical value
See the Torre Tavira in Cadiz
Visit the Roman theater, the second largest in the world
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Other details: Stop 1: Avda del Puerto - Duration: 60 minutes - Season: Year round first tour 10am, every 20-30 minutes, last tours vary, please check on arrival.
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