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If you are spending your holidays in the province of Cadiz, don’t miss the chance to visit the lovely coastal city of El Puerto de Santa Maria. Finding a place to park can turn into a nightmare in El Puerto. But don’t worry! At TUDESTINO we are doing everything possible to make your holidays pleasurable.
El Puerto de Santa Maria is a city full of history. If you chose to spend your holidays on its seaside, you shouldn’t miss a route of its historic center. Those who opted for enjoying their free time in Cadiz won’t regret taking a boat to El Puerto de Santa Maria either. At TUDESTINO we have compiled a short guide of the most beautiful monuments in the city.
El Puerto de Santa María is a city full of charm located approximately 20 minutes away from Cádiz. It doesn’t matter if you only have a day to get to know its best spots or if you have decided to spend your entire holidays here. At TUDESTINO we have an ideal plan that will help you make use of everything El Puerto has to offer. Today, we are bringing you 10 must-see spots in this beautiful city.
Cadiz is the capital city of the local province. From its beautiful beaches, pristine medieval walls surrounding the city and much more. Cadiz will always have someting to offer.
It is well known that temperatures in Seville during summer reach stratospheric levels. A shadow becomes the most sought-after treasure among all passers-by. Despite the stifling heat of this time, there are many options so you can spend some days in Seville in June or any other month of summer. If you are wondering what to do in Seville when it’s hot, on TUDESTINO we give you all the keys so you can get the most out of the summer in the capital of Andalusia.
If there’s a festivity that is full of religiosity, devotion and tradition, that’s the Holy Week in Seville. For one week, the passion, death and resurrection of Christ is represented and commemorated. 70 brotherhoods go out in procession through the streets of the city, and 60 of them do it until they reach the Seville Cathedral. Its importance not only covers Seville and Spain, but it already crosses borders: that’s why, since 1980, it’s considered an International Tourist Interest Festivity.
There is no doubt that Seville is a culturally attractive city. Monuments and sights, churches, palace-houses… The capital of Andalusia houses an endless number of buildings that make it one of the most beautiful cities in Spain. However, there is a natural monument that steals the hearts of all those who finds it: the Guadalquivir River. The Guadalquivir River is the indisputable protagonist of thousands of photos and postcards to remember. It has been a silent witness of the various cultures that have settled around it. Nowadays, it is a great ally for Sevillians and visitors. Not only because in summer the hot weather is less hot being close to it, but for all the things that can be done thanks to it. Start organising your agenda because on TUDESTINO you will find out the best things to do in Seville along the Guadalquivir River.
We know that summarising Seville in just five monuments and sights is, at least, risky. Why? Because we all agree that what makes Seville one of the most beautiful cities in Spain is the large number of impressive monuments it houses. However, on TUDESTINO we will dare to summarise them in just five. They are, undoubtedly, the most striking and the most visited ones when it comes to enjoying the city a few hours, either due to a stopover or an express business trip.
Seville not only attracts thousands of tourists and visitors a year for its monuments, but also for its fantastic festivals, fairs and religious feasts. There are many of them throughout the year. TUDESTINO shows you the different festivities and fairs in Seville, so you can plan your getaway and enjoy some of them (or all of them!).
The Feria de Abril is, without a doubt, the Sevillian party par excellence. It is the event of the year for many Sevillians, Spaniards and foreigners; such is the interest that arouses. Moreover, it has been declared a Festivity of International Tourist Interest. Quite impressive, right? The April Fair is held for a week in the Sevillian neighbourhood of Los Remedios, in a large venue known as Real de la Feria. This enclosure is almost a labyrinth (especially, when you have already drunk something…), with endless streets, where the many casetas are placed. Almost half a million visitors (every day!), horse riders and cars pass through them. Fall in love with this spectacle of light, colour and joy!