Cadiz (Seville), Spain Cruise Port

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About Cadiz (Seville), Spain

Founded by Phoenicians in 1100 B.C., Cadiz may be the oldest continuously occupied city in the West. The Cathedral's gold dome dates from 1722, when New World treasures flowed here. But is also the gateway to the Moorish marvels of Seville: the Alcazar and Giralda Tower, the fountains and palaces of Maria Luisa Park, and the great Cathedral, whose altar is decorated with 4,000 pounds of gold from the Americas!

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Gorgeous little place with such a wonderful feel about it. Excellent independent shops. Feels very bohemian and arty- right up my street!

Visited: Jul 08, 2017

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Cadiz is a beautiful port to stop at. I tend to walk around the town. Plenty of shops, restaurants and cafes. Also a good thing to do is walk up the cathedral and look inside. The walk up is not far but is quite steep. It is on a slope with a rope to help you. It tends to take 5-10 mins depending on you and you don't have to rush- you can go at your own pace. One up there it is beautiful. With panoramic views- seeing right out to the sea. Also in the cathedral itself is fascinating.

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