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The best of Culture in Cadiz City
Guide to the cultural events and entertainment in the city of Cádiz. Cultural tours, tourist guides, shows. Explore the best of culture in Cádiz.
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.
The Church of San José was built as a parish church in the area outside the city walls in the late 18th century, in Cádiz. Made by Torcuato Benjumeda, it has a Latin-cross plan. Outside there is a statue of San Jose made out of marble, contemporary to the church. On both sides of the...
Posada del Mesón is one of the best preserved examples of buildings of this type in Cádiz. It dates back from the 17th century. It is organised around a patio with large arches on pillars in the first part and wooden galleries in the second. The lower units were destined for stables, while the higher...
The Tía Norica Puppet Theatre (Teatro de Títeres de la Tía Norica) recently opened. It occupies the site of the old Comedy Theatre in Cádiz. Accommodating up to 330 people, it has focused on theatrical plays. This theatre includes those related to puppets and marionettes, especially those of the Company of Tía Norica. The interior has...
The Oratorio de San Felipe Neri (“Oratory of San Felipe Neri”), in addition to its artistic interest, has a special historical significance for being the headquarters of the Courts. Here, the first Spanish Constitution were elaborated in 1812. Opened in the early 18th century, it was remodelled in later years after the damage caused by...
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,...
The Baluarte de la Candelaria was built on a projection angle of land in 1672. The strategic location between San Felipe and the fortifications near La Caleta beach meant a great improvement for the protection of the western front. It is the most ambitious defensive structure built in Cádiz in the second half of the...
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...
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...
Known as Casa de las Cinco Torres (The House of the Five Towers), it is a group of different houses built on a block of large proportions. It was built around 1771. Baroque and transitional Neoclassical style stand out. Despite being independent estates, they form a homogeneous group, showing similar features. They have the same...
The Church of Capuchinos was part of the convent that the order kept open in Cadiz since 1639 until its demolition in the mid-20th century. There were an important group of paintings in the building, which can be seen in the Museum of Cádiz. There were several of Murillo‘s paintings. They say he died of...
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