Tryp Jerez Hotel

Address: Alameda Marques de Casa Domecq 13, Jerez De La Frontera, Costa de la Luz, Andalusia, 11403, Spain and Canary Islands | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Alameda Marques de Casa Domecq 13, Jerez De La Frontera, is near Royal Andalusian School of Equestrian Art (Real Escuela Andaluza del Arte Ecuestre), The House of Sandeman Jerez, Hammam Andalusi Arabic Baths, and Plaza del Mercado.
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          Travel Blogs from Jerez De La Frontera

          Transit day to Jerez

          A travel blog entry by katie.thorpe on Oct 26, 2014

          10 photos

          ... We took another bus, which thankfully this time was only just over an hour to Jerez. We made it to our hotel around 8 then after dropping our bags off, Andrea took us to the main square and we got more tapas for dinner. We really like this way of eating, the small portions means that you can try a few different meals and don't end up eating too much! After there we had an evening of flamenco dancing booked. Everyone had so much fun watching ...


          A travel blog entry by pwhalen on Mar 19, 2014

          6 photos

          Jerez De La Frontera, flamenco and sherry capital of Spain, and home of the Andalusian horses.

          A delightful town to wander through, taste tapas (local recommendation - excellent), and, needless to say, sherry. Walked to the distillary of Tio Pepe, an historical sherry and brandy producer. Whilst in the beginning it was just outside the town walls, it is now an integral part of the city. ...

          Jarez, Horses and Sherry

          A travel blog entry by jlimina on Mar 19, 2013

          1 comment, 7 photos

          ... horses and dare I say, very well dressed riders, certainly following proper dress and etiquette of the 18th Century costumes. The exhibition/choreography is based on the Traditional and Cowboy Methods of Taming Wild Horses. "How the Andalusian Horses Dance" was quite a show! Speaking of quite a show, we then headed out in the absolute pouring rain to find our restaurant, "Venta Esteban", recommended in the guide books we were surprised when we rounded a corner and ...

          Stay another day

          A travel blog entry by vanivan on May 27, 2012

          25 photos

          ... at 1 pm. I did get to the bus station with a few minutes to spare...but what I didn't figure out earlier was that the schedule I read was for both the bus and the train, and the train was the one leaving at 12:10! By the time I figured it out, I was watching the train leave the station... And I had one hour before the next train. Poor Tom! We did finally meet up though (thank goodness for Facebook mobile, eh?), and caught up with our stories over the ...

          Equestrian art and sherry...

          A travel blog entry by fatkidfrogs on May 04, 2012

          27 photos

          ... t suppose to but without pictures, Steve and I would not remember a thing! (That was a bit of a bummer at the Royal Andalusian School of Equestrian Art, you can't take pictures of the horses within the covered ring as they work on their moves.) The town of Jerez de la Frontera is small and quiet. We found time to rest up a bit and just chill out. What a relief from the fast places of the larger ...