Discover the authentic Andalusian culture and traditions with this fantastic trip to Jerez de la Frontera. You will also attend an amazing equestrian show.
Jerez de la Frontera Trip
We will pick you up at the San Fernando Communication Monument at 8:50 am. There we will board a comfortable bus and drive about half an hour to our destination: Jerez de la Frontera.
Once there, we will get off the bus and take a tour of the modern part of the city. Later, we will then head into the old town to see the iconic landmarks of Jerez.
We will stroll through the picturesque streets and idyllic squares, admiring some of the most important buildings such as the Cathedral, the Alcazar fortress, and the Plaza de la Asunción. Along the way, you will hear all about who Tío Pepe was and why they created a statue of him.
After discovering all the hidden corners of beautiful Jerez, we will head to the Royal Andalusian School of Equestrian Art. Here we will watch "How Andalusian Horses Dance", a fantastic show that will leave you speechless.
At 13:45 pm, we will get back on the bus and take you to the meeting point in San Fernando.
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Tour in English
Children between 3 and 12 years oldUS$ 48
Children under 3 years oldFree
5 hours 30 minutes.
The activity takes place with a guide that speaks in english and spanish.
Transport by bus.
English speaking guide.
Entry to the "How Andalusian Horses Dance" show.
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No, not suitable for people with reduced mobility.
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San Fernando Communication Monument.