Want to see the graceful movements of the Flamenco dancers getting passionate with every rhythm of guitar? Want to see how the delicious Sherry is made? Want to witness the mind-boggling parade of the elegant horse-riders in cropped jacket and wide-brimmed hat? Then backpack everything you need and begin your tour to the cultural city of Spain, JEREZ. Home to noble mansions and palatial churches, famous for the well-bred horses and the excellent moves of flamenco, surrounded by aromatic vineyards of palomino grapes, the astounding, aristocratic, and amiable city of Jerez, which is also known as Jerez de la Frontera, is ablaze with colorful festivals and attracts plenty of tourists from around the world. This lovely Spanish city truly has something for everyone in its small treasure.
Jerez is home to some of the best attractions in Spain. This includes Museo Arqueológico Municipal, Centro Andaluz De Flamenco Junta De Andalucía, Alcázar of Jerez de la Frontera, Royal Andalusian School of Equestrian Art and many more. There is something magical in the air of Jerez that it captivates your mind and never lets you go back. Be it its magnificent Cathedral, ancient fortress, the city center with tempting shopping malls (you will surely find the best fashion brands here), the mouthwatering Spanish cuisine, or the people laughing and celebrating the local festivals, the city of Jerez is so vibrant that it enchants you forever. You will not only taste the world’s best wine here but also get to learn the best Equestrian lessons.
Essential travel information and Jerez tips for your visit
- Time Zone- Central European Time Zone (UTC+01:00)
- Currency- Euro (EUR)
- Electricity- Standard voltage is 230 V and the frequency is 50 Hz. Type F power sockets are used.
- Internet- Private internet service providers are available.
- Languages- Spanish, English
- Tipping- Tipping is not so common in Jerez. It completely depends upon your will. It would be a good idea if you give some reward to the street performers.
- For all the emergencies call 112. In addition to this, you can call the following numbers for different purposes.
- Ambulance and health emergencies: Call 061 or 112
- Fire brigade: Call 080 or 112
- Local police: Call 092
- National Spanish police: Call 091
- Tourist helpline and emergency number: 902 102 112
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