Jerez de la Frontera Historic Quarter

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Jerez has an extraordinary architectural heritage. In addition to its incomparable cathedral and castle, there are its Reconquista churches in the medieval town centre. Plaza del Arenal and Plaza de Plateros are good places to pause prior to strolling up the lively medieval thoroughfares of San Miguel and Santiago, where religious buildings like Santo Domingo mix with shops and cafes galore.

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Nearby tourist attractions

Saint Matthew's Church (San Mateo)
Saint Matthew's Church (San Mateo)
This is one of the primitive churches
15 minutes
Jerez de la Frontera Archaeological Museum (Museo Arqueológico)
Jerez de la Frontera Archaeological Museum (Museo Arqueológico)
This museum is in a restored 18C Palace,
60 minutes
House of the Cabildo
House of the Cabildo
Its Renaissance façade has, as the main
30 minutes
Jerez de la Frontera Market square
Jerez de la Frontera Market square
This is located in the popular district
15 minutes
Saint Luke's Church
Saint Luke's Church
The medieval origin of the church is
15 minutes
The Church of St-John-of-the-Knights
The Church of St-John-of-the-Knights
The present church, with its very plain
15 minutes
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Saint Matthew's Church (San Mateo)
Saint Matthew's Church (San Mateo)
This is one of the primitive churches
15 minutes
House of the Cabildo
House of the Cabildo
Its Renaissance façade has, as the main
30 minutes
Jerez de la Frontera Market square
Jerez de la Frontera Market square
This is located in the popular district
15 minutes
See all