Jerez is the cradle of flamenco and a land of wines, with excellent palaces and houses. We will discover the Cathedral of Jerez, Old Alcazar and its squares full of life.
What is a Free Tour?
It is about a walking visit with a qualified guides for free. Once the tour is finished, you can put a price according to your level of satisfaction.
Things to do Jerez de la Frontera Free Walking Tour
Discover Jerez de la Frontera with a Spanish guide, we will visit the old town including the walls of the Old Alcazar of Jerez, with Roman and Muslim remains and many curiosities about this monument, we will walk through the Plaza de la Asunción, Plaza del Arenal and we will arrive at the Plaza de la Encarnación to see the exteriors of the Cathedral of Jerez built in the s. XVII on a major mosque.
On our Jerez de la Frontera Free Walking Tour, we will wander to see numerous stately homes and palaces of Jerez worthy of being photographed and with a lot of history in their walls. We will also walk inside the Jerez Food Market, Plateros Square, San Miguel Church and the Jerez train station.
Discover curiosities about the Jerez wineries, famous artists born in Jerez and what to see and eat in Jerez, from the hand of spanish tour guide.
Come and walk with us in our Jerez de la Frontera Free Walking Tour and fall in love with the city of Jerez!
Highlights to see in Jerez de la Frontera Free Walking Tour
Cathedral of Jerez
walls of the Old Alcazar of Jerez
Jerez train station
Jerez Food Market
San Miguel Church
Guide in Spanish
A partir de 16 años: free
Niños de 0-15 años: free
Availability and starting time
When to book?
You can reserve up to before the activity
If you will not be able to attend the tour, please cancel the reservation, so that the guide does not wait.
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Is the interior of the monuments visited?
Only the exterior of the named sites
Is the tour adapted for people with reduced mobility?