Seville (Cadiz)

Located in southern Spain, Cadiz sits on a sliver of land jutting out into the bay. Almost entirely sur­rounded by water, Cadiz is believed to be the oldest city in Europe. Formidable walls still stand, protecting and providing Cadiz with a skyline like no other. The old quarter is composed of picturesque buildings, parks, and gardens intertwined with narrow cobblestone streets and squares.

A relaxed and easygoing city, Cadiz is easy and fun to explore. Muse­ums, restaurants and quaint shops are plentiful. In the spring, the nor­mally quiet city erupts with a carnival celebration considered to be the liveliest and most important in Spain. For 10 days the streets are filled with people singing, dancing and celebrating in colorful costumes.

Beyond Cadiz, is the beautiful countryside of Andalucia and Jerez. The legendary Bodegas of Jerez produce some of the finest Sherry wine in the world and the city is also known for its magnificent horses. To the north of Cadiz is Seville, considered one of the most beautiful cities in all of Spain. This historic city is rich in architectural mas­terpieces. Magnificent churches, plazas, and meandering alleyways grace this spirited city.

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