Travel by coach to the heart of Cadiz, and en route keep an eye out for the Mudejar-style tobacco factory, built in 1741, which now serves as the Congress building. See, as you travel through the city, the Santo Domingo Church, the old Royal Prison in Andalusian neo-Classical style, and the Roman Theater. Pass the ancient Phoenician port of La Caleta and the castle walls that once protected the town. Leave the motor coach at Plaza San Juan de Dios and start your walking tour to the Plaza de la Mina (once a monk’s vegetable patch), and the outside of the Cadiz Museum. On Calle Ancha, there are beautiful 19th century palaces and the cathedral, where you can step inside to view an eclectic transition from 13th century Baroque style to neo-Classical. Finish up at the Flamenco place, La Cava, for a stylish demonstration of typical Spanish dance, together with some tapas and drinks.
The cathedral is closed on Sundays due to mass service. Wear comfortable walking shoes. Walking portion is mostly over flat surfaces with some cobblestones at the old town of Cadiz.