1) Where is Cádiz and how can I get there?
Cádiz is situated at the “Costa de la Luz” in the south of Andalusia close to Jerez de la Frontera, Sevilla and Málaga. The closest airports to Cádiz are Jerez de la Frontera, Sevilla and Málaga, respectively. There are cheap flights from England to Gibraltar, which may be a convenient option.
2) For what is the city famous for and how many inhabitants does it has?
Cádiz is a small quiet city with about 140.000 inhabitants. Our city is 3.100 years old city which offers all the advantages of a big city (cultural life, cinemas, theatres, shops, bars, discos, restaurants, etc), without the usual disadvantages ( traffic jams, high crime rates, overcrowding, etc). In Cádiz there are not many tourists, so you can enjoy your stay in an authentic Spanish city. Moreover Cádiz has a very pleasant climate and the sun is guaranteed all year round.
3) Do the local people speak very fast? Will I be taught to speak Spanish with an Andalusian accent?
In Cádiz the people speak a soft variation of the “andaluz” accent, similar to the form which is spoken in Sevilla or Málaga. Further it is very close to the Spanish, which is spoken by more than 350 million people in South-America and the United States. If you learn Spanish in Cádiz you will not only talk to Spanish people without problem, but you will also be able to understand the majority of people in South-America who speak Spanish. Of course, all the lessons are taught in “Standard Spanish”, so you will never learn Spanish whit an accent.
4) Where can I park when I come by car?
In Cádiz there are many inexpensive parking lots available.
5) Can I rent a car or bike?
Yes, we can help you to rent a bike or car for the duration of your stay.