– February 18th
– February 25th
Cadiz Carnival Day Trip
*PLUS BOOK ANY MOROCCO & PORTUGAL WEEKEND WITH US & GO TO CARNIVAL FREE!!! See offers below.
*PLUS BOOK ANY MOROCCO AND PORTUGAL WEEKEND WITH US & GO TO CARNIVAL FREE!!! See offers below.
Cadiz Carnival Day Trip
*Additional Dates available for large groups, write to firstname.lastname@example.org
*Note – All online purchases carry an online service fee of 1€. If you would like to avoid these charges, you may book over the phone or via bank deposit or transfer. For our account info please send an email to email@example.com.
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*Note – All online purchases for Cadiz Carnival Day Trip carry an online service fee of 1€. If you would like to avoid these charges, you may book over the phone or via bank deposit or transfer. For our account info please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
***MEETING TIMES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE. WE WILL NOTIFY ANY CHANGES PREVIOUS TO TRIP.
– 4pm Departure: Return 2am (estimate arrival Sevilla 3:30am)
– 2:30PM Departure : Return 2:00AM (estimate arrival 4:30am)
*Subject to change due to logistics, waiting time, weather conditions, etc.
Since we will not be crossing any country borders there will be no checks. However, you should always carry a valid ID be it your ID card or passport when traveling.
Cádiz is the capital city of the Spanish province of Cádiz, one of the 8 provinces of Andalucía. Cádiz is the oldest continuously inhabited city in Spain and western Europe originally founded by the Phoenicians in 1100BC with the name of Gadir. Today the people of Cádiz still refer to themselves as Gaditanos. It has a very rich history and culture having been inhabited by the Phoenecians, Greeks, Moors, and more. Today Cádiz has a population of around 125,000 people and is the 17th largest city in Spain.
Carnaval (also known as Mardi Gras) is the Roman Catholic celebration leading up to Lent (the 40 days in which Roman Catholics fast, give up vices, etc. to prepare themselves spiritually for Easter). Carnaval is a time for eating, drinking, costumes, and partying and is celebrated in many parts of the world.
One of the most famous Carnaval celebrations is in Cádiz, Spain. In Cádiz, Carnaval lasts 2 weeks and is celebrated by wearing humorous costumes, usually related to social issues in sarcastic and witty ways. Groups of music compete and perform in the street.
During the day there are festivities, musicians, and performers in the streets. At night, it turns in to one giant street party.
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Rules of conduct – Schedules:
It is obligatory to arrive to the meeting points at the times indicated by the coordinator. Be punctual! We are not responsible for any illnesses, damages caused in the hotel, bus or other places nor to one´s self or third parties. We are not responsible for forgotten or lost items in any moment. In these cases, you are responsible for finding the way to recover your items and for any additional costs that it may cause.
Traveling implies keeping an open mind to new cultures, new forms of life and distinct traditions. There is more to the world than what happens in your front yard. Our advice to you is if you want to enjoy 100% of this unique experience of getting to know this wonderful country rich in culture, music, art, and gastronomy, than be open to discovering other forms of life and seeing life, like it or not, but never indifferent, that is for sure. Be respectful with other cultures and proud of yours. Life is beautiful, travel more! Viva España!