Surrounded by vineyards and with over 30 bodegas (wine cellars) devoted to the art of making sherry and brandy, Jerez is a place steeped in history. The aristocratic city has an ancient heart, unusual museums, an atmospheric gypsy quarter and some outstanding architecture is also the cradle of flamenco, the home of the magnificent "dancing" Andalucian horses and the capital of motorcycle racing.
On streets lined with orange trees and soaring palms, the historic centre is awash with magnificent palaces. Its architectural heritage spans a Moorish fortress, Mudejar churches, Renaissance, Baroque and Neoclassical façades, and splendid ironwork balconies.
Jerez's architectural beauties are complemented by hundreds-year-old traditions, captivating the travelers with tours through the city's history of sherry-making arts and local folklore, in a pulsing city that lies in the heart of the province of Cádiz.Read More