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Overall rating
4.6 / 5
based on 210 reviews

Very interesting tour and delicious sherry

The tour was very informative and our guide was very careful to explain everything very clearly, as not all the members of the group knew English very well. The description of the wine making process was very well structured and the guide was very happy to answer all the questions that we had. I really loved the passion of the people who worked there, you could really tell they loved what they were doing. The wines themselves were also delicious and we were lucky enough to also be served some tapas with the wine tasting. At the end we had the opportunity to purchase any of the wines we tasted at a very good price! Thank you so much, we loved it!

this tour was very interesting and made us understand the history of t

Our guide was so very nice and informative, she was very punctual and so we could start the tour, wandering around all the little streets and discovering the old town walls and gates, the roman theater was amazing to think it was only discovered recently. We had plenty of time to listen to lots of history and take photos and ask questions. We really enjoyed this tour, with its variety of buildings, patios, towers, little streets etc. Cadiz is a very interesting city. Our guide was perfectly friendly and an expert in her job, Thank you very much

Cadiz To Indies Route and Tavira Tower Reviewed by

Good Value and Super Easy Way to See Tangier

Great way to see more than just the city but also surrounding areas and the coast. Lots of queueing for the ferry, but it is unavoidable. The guides know a lot of locals and it shows. Gave us peace of mind to have a guide in the old city, especially since we have a child. Lunch was okay but nothing special. Getting steered into a rug shop and a spice shop were classic Tangier experiences. Go along and have fun!

Sherry for breakfast and then stunning display of horsemanship

Petra was the funniest tourguide but she backed it up with incredible local and background knowledge. Be warned though the photography police at the Andalusian Horse Show use their mobiles from the other side of the gallery to alert their counterparts on your side that you might be sneaking a cheeky snap

From Seville: Jerez, Cádiz and Andalusian Horses Reviewed by

Learned a lot about Sherry, will definitely drink it more often

Sherry is not what Granny used to drink, it is so much better. Very informative and friendly guide explained the processes used very well. Generous tasting afterwards. Highly recommend to anyone in Cadiz area, only 30 minutes away with easy parking. Town also good for authentic shopping and food.

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