La Albarizuela

Address: Honsario, 6, Jerez De La Frontera, Costa de la Luz, Andalusia, 11406, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Jerez De La Frontera

Wonderful little pueblo blanco

A travel blog entry by clareandbuzz on Apr 10, 2015

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... br> Today we took the local bus ride in a loop through old town and new...a great way to see everything for less than 1€ each and once all the Spanish got off at various stops, the driver practiced speaking English with us and gave us his own little tour. Great fun.
During the second loop we got off in old town and spent the day walking around the streets, stopping for some ...

Transit day to Jerez

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

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... 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

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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

... was right beside a large petrol station! Things did not look good, but after parking we said, okay, let's try! The place was hopping, authentic cuisine guaranteed! We had as an appetizer Berretta ham and Montchego Cheese, just a taste for us all as it is the most expensive Ham in Spain, not available in North America. Incredible, it will spoil your taste for prosciutto! On the table was a potato salad for all to enjoy, obviously a house specialty but for me seemed out ...

Santa semana in jerez

A travel blog entry by anita.russ on Apr 01, 2012

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... evening to find that unusually for Spain at this time of year it was overcast and cloudy although not actually rainy. This is bad news for the processions as rain is a serious problem both to the people carrying them and the statues themselves. When these processions are cancelled there is a lot of upset and i have seen grown men crying in the streets before!

There is a different atmosphere in Jerez during Santa Semana which happens the ...