There are numerous cultural attractions available in and around Jerez de la Frontera, which various museums, theaters, art galleries, and a Mosque with Arabic baths.

            The Bodegas Tradicion sherry winery is an interesting place to visit, as the area around Jerez de la Frontera is know for producing some of the best sherry in the world.  Tours are offered of the premises, and buying the local wine is encouraged.

            The Mosque, Alcazar, and Arab Baths are unique and interesting places to visit.  The area is open to the public throughout the year, seven days a week (Mon to Sat 10am to 8pm, Sun 10am to 3pm), and guided tours are available for those that call in advance.  The contact number is: 956326923.

            The Bull Fight Museum in Jerez de la Frontera is a fun place to visit.  The history of this sport, which has deep roots in the Andalusia region, is displayed through photos, artifacts, weapons and stories.  The museum is open Monday through Saturday. 

            Many of the other cities in the Andalusia region also have interesting and unique cultural attractions.  There is a railway station in Jerez, which links the city to both Cadiz (on the sea side) and Sevilla (on the north), en route to other cities.  For more information, check out this Andalusia Railway page.