The best of Culture in Cadiz City

The best of Culture in Cadiz City
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The best of culture in the city of Cádiz

Cádiz city is an ideal place for you to discover the three-thousand-year-old heritage that can be found here and learn all about it, especially if you are a culture lover.

Cádiz boasts a wealth of items of great cultural value: the Cathedral, many churches, Phoenician ruins, museums and so on.

All this will undoubtly make you enjoy your visit to the city of Cádiz.

Cádiz is not only renowned for its beautiful architecture, but also for the less “tangible” culture: for example, flamenco. If you visit Cádiz you should attend a live flamenco show. Surely, it won’t leave you indifferent!

What is more, the local cuisine is undoubtedly part of our culture. When you visit Cádiz, trying the typical coastal food is something that you must do.

In conclusion, if you are a real culture aficionado, Cádiz is one of the best cities to spend unforgettable holidays. Don’t hesitate to check out our website TUDESTINO to find all useful info about the magical city of Cádiz.

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Litographic Studio Museum of Cadiz
The Litographic Studio Museum of Cadiz (Museo Taller Litográfico de Cádiz) is one of the few of its kind existing in Spain. It is besides the most complete one. It houses an important collection of more than a thousand high-quality lithographic stones from the quarries of Bavaria. Some of them are true works of art,...

Church of La Conversión de San Pablo
The little Church of La Conversión de San Pablo was part of a charity house founded in 1680 by Bishop Juan de la Isla in Cadiz. Its present appearance was designed a century later by Torcuato Benjumeda, in the year 1787. It is rectangular with a single nave divided into three sections by Doric pilasters....

Plaza de España and Monument to the Courts
Plaza de España (“Spain Square”) is one of the most iconic and well known places of the city of Cadiz. In the centre, surrounded by gardens, the Monument to the Courts is located. Built in the early 20h century, it commemorates the Constitution of 1812 and was designed by sculptor Aniceto Marinas and architect Modesto...

Old Roman Salted Fish Factory
The Old Roman Salted Fish Factory (Antigua Fábrica de Salazones Romana) was built by the banks of one of the arms of the old Bay-Caleta channel, in Cádiz. It remained active until the early fourth century AD. It was organised around a spacious courtyard. Under the surface, a tank (aljibe) stood where graffiti of the...

Casa Lasquetty
The Casa Lasquetty is a palace owned by De La Rosa family, built in the early eighteenth century in Cádiz. The white marble façade stands out, with a single body and a rectangular vain flanked by Tuscan pilasters. A square courtyard with four Tuscan marble columns at the corners is also noteworthy. You should also...

Convent of Santo Domingo
The Convent of Santo Domingo is located in a place known as “the Boquete”. This is so because it was the site where the Anglo-Dutch assailants had thrown the image of the Virgen del Rosario in 1596. The construction of the present monastery complex started in 1645. It could be built thanks to the financial...

Roman Aqueduct Remains
The Roman aqueduct was an extraordinary work of engineering of the first century BC. It was made by Balbo, from Cadiz, who managed to supply water from the Tempul spring. This was more than fifty kilometres away from Cadiz to the new town, which were the neighbourhoods of Santa María and El Pópulo. To our...

Sala Rivadavia
Sala Rivadavia is an exhibition centre in Cadiz where contemporary art is exposed. This is mainly created by artists from the province of Cadiz. It is managed by the Provincial Cultural Foundation of the Province of Cadiz. Hosting a wide range of artistic disciplines, you will find here paintings, sculptures, photographies, installations or performances. It...

Plaza San Antonio
Plaza San Antonio (“San Antonio Square”) is one of the nerve centres of Cádiz. During the 18th century, it became the hub of urban expansion and complement to the Plaza de San Juan de Dios in different acts. Here, the Constitution of 1812 was proclaimed and it was also the scene of the bloody suppression...

Former La Palma Spa
The Fomer La Palma Spa (Balneario de la Palma) is one of the most unique buildings of Cadiz. Opened in 1926, it replaced the traditional Baños del Real. It is a building made of reinforced concrete, which has two distinct nuclei: the entrance hall, built on the wall (la Muralla) and the Spa called Balneario,...

Litographic Studio Museum of Cadiz

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