Jerez de la Frontera
Jerez de la Frontera is one of the major cities in Andalusia, the fifth in terms of size and population, exceeding 200,000. Historically, Jerez has gradually become the logistics centre, major transport place and the main economic engine in the province of Cádiz.
Nowadays, few places in Spain can be said to enjoy the international renown of Jerez as, thanks to its sherry wines, the name of the city crossed international borders many years ago. But Jerez is not just a city of wines and beautiful buildings, it has much more to offer than that to the Tourism: home of the Carthusian horses, cradle of flamenco, capital of motorcycle racing and home to international sporting events, and on top of all that, declared to be of Artistic and Historical interest.
The results achieved by the city on its own through centuries has made Jerez a place ambitious, proud of themselves and with a great dynamism, despite of its relatively small size. Municipal institutions have always worked to balance those needs and give way to the dynamism of the city, while ensuring their growth.
Top 10 things to do in Jerez de la Frontera
2. The Alcazar of Jerez
3. The Royal Andalusian Equestrian School
4. Streets & Squares
5. Catedral de San Salvador
6. Feria del Caballo
7. Palacio del Tiempo
8. Domecq’s Plaace
9. Hammamm Andalusi Arabian Bath
10. Flamenco Show