Introduction to Cadiz
Cadiz has an impressive history that stretches back many centuries that has seen several civilisations in control, all of which left lasting influences that can still be seen and felt today. With it being right on the southern coast of Spain, it comes as no surprise that Cadiz has long been a hotspot for trade, an essential factor that has aided in developing the city's economy. It has been a beacon of the liberal movement, which is perhaps why the first constitution of Spain was signed there in 1812. If you want to know more then check out this history section, where we'll fill in all the details of Cadiz's prestigious history.
It is granted that you will not find the same buzz that is created in the frantic atmosphere of say Madrid, yet it is replaced with an alternative energy that makes for a chill, easy-going atmosphere. This is exactly why Cadiz is so appealing to so many. Here you will find the busy nightlife of the students mixed along with the bohemian diversity. Get more information in the entertainment section.
There is a significant religious influence that is present in Cadiz and is most notable in the festivals that take place. You can check out what is on offer depending what time of the year you go in our Festivals and Holidays section. You will also see the religious side of things when you visit the Cathedral named 'The Yellow Cathedral', which is a set of two designs that have been spliced together over time.
Even reading through this may build up your hunger let alone actually getting out to experience everything mentioned, the food and drink section is ready and waiting to provide you with an idea of the cuisine available and the delectable ingredients used to create unique seafood that promotes the ever growing healthy eating. We all know, however, that over indulgence isn't the best idea for the waist line, which is why we also provide you with the handy sports section.
So with everything mentioned you have a great starting point for getting to know all about the activity in Cadiz and you'll be ready to get out and explore this beautiful city.
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