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Alcazar

Alcazar is a building that consists of 11th-century Moorish walls that enclose a mosque converted into a stunning chapel. Here you can find Arab baths with star-shaped skylights, gardens, and a Renaissance-style palace with a camera obscura for amazing city views.
Catedral Del Salvador

Catedral Del Salvador

With flying buttresses, sculpted pinnacles and elaborate vaulting this is an imposing sight. Don’t miss Zurbarán’s painting, La Virgen Niña.
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Royal Andalucian School of Equestrian Art

The Royal Andalusian School of Equestrian Art has been compared to the prestigious Spanish Riding School in Vienna. Thoroughbred Andalusian horses are prepared to perform spectacular dressage movements to music.
Centro Andaluz De Flamenco

Centro Andaluz De Flamenco

At this centre you can find everything you’ve ever wanted to know about flamenco. It was created by the Andalusian government to conserve the strong heritage of flamenco. This is not only a dance, but an artistic expression and a musical masterpiece.
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Palacio Del Tiempo

Over 300 antique clocks are displayed here among tapestries and frescoes at this museum. Next to it, a multimedia show tells the story of sherry in Jerez.
Hammam Andalusí

Hammam Andalusí

Hammam Andalusí offers Arabic baths in a palatial 18th-century townhouse, mud scrubs and serious massages. An Arabic bath is not only about cleansing your body, but also about finding deep relaxation.
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Winetasting

For those interested in the art of wine and sherry making, why not visit some manufacturers while in Jerez? Bodega tours is located at Carretera Madrid-Cádiz and Alvaro Domecq at Calle Madre de Dios.
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Yeguada de la Cartuja

This stud farm, located 6.5km outside of the city, is a must for horse lovers. Once a week, on Saturdays, the farm puts on an impressive Carthusian horse show. You can also take a guided tour, get up close to the horses and discover their history.
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