Jerez in a week 2: Turismo Jerez - Página oficial

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For those with a passion for horses, a unique experience is provided by the Royal Andalusian School of the Equestrian Art, the Museum of Equestrian Art and the Carriage Museum, where it is possible to attend the famous equestrian show “How the Andalusian Horses Dance”. The Yeguada de La Cartuja–Hierro del Bocado allows us to contemplate Carthusian horses in the wild and also offers the chance to attend its thematic equestrian exhibitions. In addition, numerous stud farms and riding schools are dedicated to riding lessons, breeding and equine selection.


The sherry wines of Jerez are known throughout the world and play a key role in the history of Jerez. These famous wineries are open to visitors, true cathedral-like constructions where Sherry is born, matures and ages. Get to know the different types of sherry and enjoy the traditional cuisine in any of the tabancos, bars and restaurants where sherry is paired with exquisite local dishes.


Other outstanding options include the Claustros de Santo Domingo, Virrey Laserna Palace, Palacio Domecq, Zoo and Botanical Gardens, the Jerez Arab Baths - Hammam Andalusí, the Archaeological Museum, the Joaquín Rivero Picture Gallery at Bodegas Tradición, the Suite Vollard by Picasso at Bodegas Estévez, the Palace of Time, the Andalusian Flamenco Centre, the Nativity Scene Museum,  the Bee and Honey Museum and the Motor Museum at the Ángel Nieto racing Circuit.

All of this and much more!