A stay in the city doesn’t always have to be expensive. We were very surprised at what you can visit for free in Cádiz.
Tio Pepe, a renowned sherry producer, offers a wide range of sherry varieties that represent different flavor profiles and production styles. In Jerez, you have the opportunity to take part in a guided tour followed by a tasting at Bodegas Tio Pepe.
We love to discover the green oases during our tours through a city. Parque del Retiro on the eastern edge of Madrid’s city center is definitely one of the city’s most impressive parks.
In the green Asturian countryside right on the coast lies Gijón, a city steeped in history and vibrant with culture that attracts all those seeking the charm of northern Spain.
Fresh fish prepared in almost any way, pintxos, churros, beer and of course sherry – drinking and eating in Cádiz can be a wonderful pleasure, especially in the smaller restaurants away from the tourist crowds.
Rather by chance, I came across 3 free activities in Madrid that are not just a great day out for railway fans. Who can claim to have visited a ghost station in the Madrid Metro Museum…