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Royal Andalusian School of Equestrian Art
1. Royal Andalusian School of Equestrian Art
Synonymous with Spanish dancing horses, the Royal Andalusian School of Equestrian Art is considered one of the "big four" equestrian arts schools in the world, alongside the Spanish Riding School in Vienna, the Escola Portuguesa de Arte Equestre in Queluz, Portugal; and the Cadre Noir in Saumur, France. With tours of the training arena, stables, palace, gardens, and onsite museum available, it's a total must for horse-lovers, but even "neigh"-sayers will be impressed too!
Virrey Laserna Palace
2. Virrey Laserna Palace
Virrey Laserna is a neoclassical-style a palace in Jerez de la Frontera, Andalusia, Spain. Built on the foundations of an Arab palace, Virrey Laserna has been in the same family since the 14th-century and is open to visitors since 2015.
Domecq Palace
3. Domecq Palace
Designed by architects Juan Diaz de la Guerra, Antonio Matias de Figueroa, and Pedro de Cos, the Domecq Palace is a prototypical manor that represents the Jerez bourgeoisie in the 18th century. With a quadrangular floor plan, it is structured by a large central courtyard of Italian marble, and a three-story facade with majestic balconies that give way to one of the best views of Jerez. Inside you'll find paintings, tapestries, sculptures, and noble materials brought expressly from Italy, Flanders and France for a unique and exceptional artistic and cultural ensemble.
Aqualand Bahía de Cádiz
4. Aqualand Bahía de Cádiz
Slides, rides, pools, loungers, and beaches. What more could you want from a water park? Aqualand Bahía de Cádiz has it all. Zoom down thrilling slides with intimidating names like Kamikaze and Zero Gravity, and when you need something a little more relaxing, there's plenty of pools and a lazy river to enjoy. Got kids? Don't worry, your little swimmers will have a whale of a time!
Bodega Viña La Constancia
5. Bodega Viña La Constancia
A visit to this family-run winery doesn't only come with a tasting of eight wines, but years of expertise about growing wine in the Marco de Jerez. Roam through vineyards and discover how the grapes of the region get their distinct taste.

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