Highlights of a Spain and Andalucia cruise from Seville
Seville spans the Guadalquivir River, and is a typically Andalucian city with grand architecture, narrow lanes and a long tradition of flamenco and bullfighting. Many of its treasures can be explored on foot, including the impressive Plaza de Espana and the city walls, best seen from the area of Macarena. Visits may include the Gothic cathedral and the exotic Alcazar Palace and gardens.
The gold dome of Cathedral Nueva is the best known landmark of Cadiz, which is surrounded on three sides by the sea and has an old town, El Populo, enclosed by city walls. The piazza of San Juan de Dios is the place for shopping and pavement cafés.
Jerez (Spain) by Excursion
Jerez is famous for its cattle and horses, and for flamenco and sherry. The city is very attractive, with a fine cathedral and jacaranda trees edging broad streets and squares. The Alcazar is a Moorish fortress which now contains a park, and the town houses most of the key sherry producers.
Please note that different itineraries may visit some or all of the places mentioned above