Museo De Cadiz

Museo De Cadiz

The Museo de Cadiz or Cadiz Museum is the most important museum in the vicinity. It’s got two beautiful Phoenician marble sarcophagi carved in human likeness, with well crafted Roman statues and a nice marble Emperor Trajan (with its head intact) from the Baelo...
Catedral De Cadiz

Catedral De Cadiz

The beautifully painted cathedral in Cadiz is a baroque-neoclassical construction, which looks best from the seafront Campo del Sur when the sun is about to set. The project for this monument began in 1716 but due to a lot of delays it was only rounded up in 1838 when...
Cadiz Quarters

Cadiz Quarters

To comprehend Cadiz it’s necessary you get the right information on its Quarters or as they are called in Spanish “Barrios”. The ancient city is divided into different classic quarters which are the Barrio del Pópulo , which is the cathedral is...
Torre De Poniente

Torre De Poniente

You can climb the  Torre de Poniente of the cathedral to get a great view of ancient city’s many 18th century watchtowers (built so citizens could keep an eye on shipping movements without stepping outside their front doors). Cádiz once had 160 of these...
Casa Del Obispo

Casa Del Obispo

Just outside of Cadiz cathedral’s eastern wall you would see the Casa del Obispo, an expansive museum of glass walkways over 1500 sq metres of excavated ruins will show you Cadiz’s great history, from the 8th century BC to the 18th century. It was once the...