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The name of Jerez crossed international borders many years ago thanks to its sherry wines, and now is one of the few cities in Spain that can boast having an international renown of this size. Visitors come every year for its beautiful buildings and wines and they quickly find the city has a lot more than just that: this place has been defines as the cradle of flamenco art, the capital of motorcycle racing, home of the Carthusin horse, the fighting bull… Not for nothing it has been also declared a place of Artistic and Historical interest.
Long-standing traditions coexist with the modern in today’s Jerez, a large city with large shopping centers and wide avenues converging upon historic monuments. Lucky for everyone, there are many ways to get to the city. The RENFE train line operates between Cadiz and Seville, so you can get here by bus. There are also regular flights from main Spanish cities such as Palma de Mallorca, Barcelona, and Madrid; as well as international destinations including Frankfurt, and London. A Jerez car hire will come handy after arrival to start your adventure.
Jerez de la Frontera's historical and religious buildings are some of its many features. Come visit the San Salvador Cathedral, San Dionisio Church, San Juan de los Caballeros Church, San Mateo Church, and San Miguel Church, and admire their beautiful details.
The city also has many museums to explore the local culture on subjects like its unique bullfighting culture, or its history and involvement with wine. Drive to The Mystery of Jerez, the Municipal Archaeological Museum, the Bullfight Museum Restaurant, the Time Palace Antique clock and Watch Museum, and the Wine Museum, all in your Jerez car rental.
But before leaving the city, don’t forget to experience the famous flamenco dance. Head to one of the city’s famous flamenco centers, and if you happen to be in town during the months of February and March, take advantage of their celebrations of Flamenco in the famous Flamenco Festival, a great representation of Jerez’ dance and music enjoyable for everyone visiting.