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Cheap areas to stay in Jerez de la Frontera

From the springtime motorcycle Grand Prix to the Gothic-Baroque churches and gorgeous Mudejar-style Alcazars, the forever-growing city of Jerez de la Frontera continues to draw a host of different travelers. Those on a budget are coming now too, made possible thanks to the bargain Moorish-themed hotels on the edge of the historic Plaza Romero Martinez, or the comfy bed and breakfasts close to Plaza Arenal in the midst of the old center. Others will settle on the south side of the city, where hostels and motorway hotels offer uber-cheap beds.

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A sparkling pool and leafy gardens peppered with sunbeds might not seem like the lot of a budget traveler, but the ibis Jerez de La Frontera on the southern edge of the city really does go above and beyond. The more central, but just as affordable Hotel Nova Centro, meanwhile, offers a charming breakfast lounge and quaint rooms. And then there's the authentic Moorish character of the budget-friendly Hotel Al Andalus Jerez, which hearkens back to the days when North African sultans trod these cobbled streets.

Where to find cheap food in Jerez de la Frontera

It's not expensive to enjoy the authentic tapas dishes that are served up in the kitchens of the historical center. These are awash with the scents of patatas bravas and La Mancha cheeses, and often come serenaded with shows of Flamenco. Then there are the holes-in-the-wall of the new town area, offering up everything from Turkic kebabs to on-the-go coffees. For something even more local, try the Calle Dona Blanca, where the Mercado de Abastos erupts each day with fresh farmer's goods and salty fish from the Costa de la Luz.

Cheap things to do in Jerez de la Frontera

Sightseeing takes center stage for most visitors, and that’s good news for budget travelers because the wealth of beautiful Baroque churches and old Moorish forts here is largely free to wander around and gawp at. Be sure to see the 11th-century Alcazar, before heading for the great Gothic frontispieces of the Charterhouse of Jerez, or the huge domes of the Jerez de la Frontera Cathedral. The bodegas that lurk in the town are another real treat. These often offer free tasting sessions to introduce travelers to the sweet and acclaimed sherry wines of the region – the locals are particularly proud of their product. The Barrio de Santiago in the heart of the city is known for its historic attachment to Flamenco dancing. Head down in the evening to catch live shows of the twirling Andalusians on San Juan Place.

Cheap ways to get around Jerez de la Frontera

Jerez de la Frontera really does lend itself to exploration by foot. Not only is it easy to make your way around the cobbled plazas and hidden arcades of the old town and new town alike, but all of the major sights and eating hotspots are within short distances of each other. A city bike service has been introduced in recent years too, and today it's possible to pick up and drop off 2 wheelers from spots by the University Campus, the Bus Station, and Mamelon Square.