Disembark your cruise ship and head straight for one of 12 conveniently located City Sightseeing stops in Cadiz. Climb to the top-deck of a bright red double-decker bus and pop in your headphones for entertaining audio commentary. Travel through the ambient Old Town and cruise past impressive landmarks like Puerto Real and the beautiful cathedral.
When attractions like the Museum of Cadiz and the Central Market capture your attention, hop off to explore further. With your 24-hour ticket, you can hop off and hop on as many times as you like; when you’re ready to rejoin the route, simply wait at a bus stop and climb back on board.
The entire route takes approximately one hour and buses depart every 30 minutes from each stop. Your ticket also includes a guided walking tour and a Constitution Tour pass: please see the Itinerary section below for further details of stops serviced and additional tours.
This excursion is located within a 15-minute walk to the cruise port, so you determine the time you return to your ship in Cadiz. Please allow yourself ample time to enjoy the excursion and ensure your timely return to the port. This excursion is not covered by our worry-free policy. Stops Include:
• Plaza San Juan de Dios
• Plaza de Sevilla
• C.C.El Corte Ingles
• Puerta de Tierra
• Playa de Santa Maria
• Playa de la Victoria
• Glorieta Ingeniero La Cierva
• Playa de la Caleta
• Parque Genoves
• Alameda Apodaca
• Plaza de la Hispanidad
Enjoy a 30-minute route around central Cadiz, including Plaza Sevilla, Campo del Sur, Catedral, Playa la caleta, Parque Genovés, Alameda, Iglesia del Carmen, Plaza de España, to commemorate the 200th anniversary of the Spanish constitution. Tour departs every day at 5pm from Stop 1 -- Plaza San Juan de Dios -- and is available in English and Spanish. Tours must be booked in advance at Stop 1.
Join a 1-hour guided walking tour of the Cadiz Alameda, Iglesia del Carmen, Plaza del mentidero, Plaza San Antonio, Iglesia San Felipe Neri, and learn interesting facts about the Spanish constitution of 1812. Tour is available in English and Spanish, and departs every day ay 2:15pm from Stop 11 -- Alameda. You must book in advance at Stop 1.