Cadiz is one of the gems of Spain's Andalucia region. This ancient harbour city was once one of Europe's greatest ports, and it has some fantastic architecture dating back to its golden age in the 17th century. See artistic masterpieces, wander the cobbled streets, relax on nearby beaches and dine on the region's fabulous seafood.
If you want to travel to Cadiz by plane, you can fly into nearby Jerez Airport, which is only around 44 kilometres to the north of the city. Jerez Airport is well served by Renfe train connections, buses and taxi options, and getting to Cadiz should only take an hour or so following your arrival. Airlines touching down at Jerez include Ryanair, Vueling and Iberia.
Train travel to Cadiz is a great option if you are connecting from a flight to Jerez, Malaga or Seville and you can also travel by train from all of Spain's major cities. The journey time from Jerez to Cadiz is only about 40 minutes, from Seville it is around 90 minutes while travelling from Malaga takes around 4 hours. All trains are provided by Renfe. At Cadiz, the station (Estadio) is located in the city centre, just outside the old town walls.
The bus station at Cadiz is located right next to the train station, so it also has a convenient central location. Buses are a good option for travel to Cadiz, with plenty of regional connections. Costa Sur provides a regular service between Seville and Cadiz which takes 2 hours to make the journey, while you can also take a combination of Altaria and Avant buses from Madrid.