Panoramas in Cádiz | What places to visit?
Popularly known as “Tacita de Plata” (Little Silver Cup), Cádiz is among the top tourist destinations to get away for a few days and enjoy its fabulous light, beaches, bustling night-life and a broad range of leisure and cultural activities. This city in Andalusia is famous not only for its exciting carnivals and satirical chirigotas or the friendliness of its inhabitants. It also happens to be one of the continent’s richest cities in terms of history, starting when the Phoenicians chose this enclave on the Iberian Peninsula to found one of their trade colonies.
Despite being a small city, its location on the Costa de la Luz makes Cádiz a highly appealing destination for tourists, since it combines the perfect conditions for spending a few days in one of its excellent hotels or holiday homes all over the city, conveniently located near the most emblematic attractions, such as its delightful seafront promenade, the traditional Pópulo quarter, Plaza de las Flores, or the Park Genovés. This Spanish city also offers a broad cultural offering, including the Museum of the Cádiz Parliament, the Cathedral or the Public Library. An excellent plan for visitors to the city is to enjoy its beaches during the day, and, in the evening, savour its fabulous regional cuisine and wander the old streets, full of interesting and appealing places.