Enjoy the sightseeing in the open-top double-decker buses in the historic city of Jerez which is a part of the Andalusia region. These buses will take you to the landmarks of the city with nine stopping overall. Witness the historical 11th century Moorish Fortress, Alcazar, signifying the Islamic touch to the region. Also, enjoy the view of the San Miguel Church and the Santo Domingo Convent. Hopping on and off the buses is a good idea to make the most out of your stay in Jerez.
Learn about the interesting facts about the ancient culture of Jerez with a flexible itinerary. Make the most of the nine stops around the city and the ticket for a day. The course will take you to the hidden gems of the city, as this Andalusian region boasts of deep history and culture of multiple ethnic groups. Jerez is also known for its beautiful horses, and this tour will take you to The Royal Andalusian School of Equestrian Art, the breeding and training place of some of the finest horses in the world. Get down at stop number four and visit Palacio del Tiempo (The Palace of Time) to witness an amazing collection of Vintage watches and clocks.
For the history buffs, the tour takes you to Museo Arqueológico de Jerez, a museum which features archaeological artifacts donated by the wealthiest locals. Hop on at a bus on the Plaza del Arenal a historical landmark, and enjoy the view of the Cathedral. The rest of the tour takes you around Alameda Cristina, Pizarro Street, and the Plaza Santiago. Book your ticket online today and be a part of this memorable trip!
You can board the bus at any stop and voucher can be exchanged directly with the driver.
Mobile vouchers and printed vouchers are accepted at all stops.
Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour:
No cancellation charges up to 24 hours before the chosen travel date. However you can redeem the ticket within 3 months from purchase date.
1. Plaza del Arenal
2. Catedral / Alcázar
3. Museo Arqueológico
4. Palacio Del Tiempo
5. Calle Pizarro
6. Alameda Cristina
7. Plaza Del Caballo
8. Real Escuela Del Arte Ecuestre
9. Plaza de Santiago