Jerez de la Frontera (203.000 inhabitants) in Andalusia, southern Spain, is mainly known for two things: Sherry and horses. The best sherry's are produced in this region, and you will find a lot of well-known brands in or around this town.
From the Jerez de la Frontera Travel Guide
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The room was clean and well located, but it was the saddest room I had in all my trip in spain. It was really small and without any caracter. The walls were like paper and I could ear everything in the other rooms. If you want to be well located for the cheapest price it is worth, but don't expect anything more. ... more
It is a 1 or 2 star hotel and we stayed during the high season. THe location is perfect, just a minute or less from main square, staff is very helpful, but we got overcharged. WE were looking for a cheapest place to stay for two nights,and according to our booking it should have been 90EU, while at check-out it became 118EU. ... more
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/hospitality with me. I am from Jerez de la Frontera (Andalusia, Spain). It´s a beautiful and sunny city ...
how could i get to Ronda
I know it is difficult or even impossible to get from Seville to Ronda directly by bus or train. We took a bus from Cadiz, which was a wonderful journey through the countryside. Alternatively, you can also leave from Jerez de la Frontera which is only an hour south of Seville by train. Hope ...
An amazing weekend
quickly as we zipped along from Granada to Jerez, I felt as though I was in a movie that was fast forwarding. I must admit, I was not very impressed when we first got to Jerez and were walking around ...
Posted in España by rae.lloydlever
Jerez de La Frontera
Well I'm a day or so behind on the blog... Sorry all - too busy having a good time :P We left Granada on Tuesday (it's Thursday morning here now) and drove to Jerez de la Frontera. On the way, we ...
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