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This was really a nice and very beautiful square with a lot of history and old buildings, sad thing I did not have time to get to know them better during my trip. The old town is really nice place in the evenings.
This lively plaza is near the waterfront where the giant cruise ships dock and also leads into the main part of the city. Dominating the space is the Cadiz city hall. The plaza is lined with shops and restaurants with outdoor seating. There are flowers...More
This is one of the finest and vibrant plaza's I have seen in Spain. One end of the plaza leads to the lively port of Cadiz, where cruise ships arrive and leave daily. The other sides lead to Cadiz's main shopping streets and the town...More
If you arrive in Cadiz by train, bus or boat, and head towards the centre, it is likely that you will enter through this large and beautiful square. As well as a range of bars and restaurants, statuary, and a fountain, you will face the...More
This is an interesting major square in Cadiz that has been the communal center since the 16th century.It is open to the harbour and near the main wall and had interesting buildings such as City Hall and the Church of San Juan De Dios. Additionally...More
Close to the cruise ship port, it is a large plaza, where you find fountains, statue de Patrimony of Cádiz, bars and restaurants. We found the prices more expensive there then further on. There is also music provided by the local artists. At this time...More
Square San Juan de Dios is full of activity, music, food and great for people watching. It was just down the street from our hotel and directly opposite of the piers and the train station. It is also just a short walk and you are...More