Day 314 – Cadiz, Spain

Today we explored the oldest city in Europe, Cadiz (founded around 1100 BC). Christopher Columbus used the ports of Cadiz to sail to the New World. Ryan and I had a wonderful time exploring this historic Spanish city. We roamed its charming narrow streets and visited many churches and plazas along the way. The Cadiz Cathedral is especially remarkable. After a lovely day of sightseeing, we hopped back on the ship for our last night at sea. Tomorrow we arrive in Lisbon where we’ll continue to explore the Iberian Peninsula.

(Cadiz Cathedral)

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(Ayuntamiento)

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(Various scenes from Cadiz)

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2 Responses to “Day 314 – Cadiz, Spain”

  1. I’m always amazed at how well the older structures last!

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