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Feria del Caballo, Jerez De La Frontera

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Feria del Caballo is located in Jerez De La Frontera. To visit Feria del Caballo on your trip to Jerez De La Frontera, use our Jerez De La Frontera holiday planner.
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  • Day or night, it is always a delight to go to this beautiful fair. The huts are open to everyone who wants to have fun and with a decoration of competition both outside and inside. Do not say nothing of wines... tremendous buff! Fino, amontillado, oloroso and which left me speechless Palo cortado. Although they do at the fair so don't fall soon the rebujito which is fino+sprite. Also good. Sevillanas and flamenco. Go that it is to return, and return.
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  • It is one of the most important fairs. You won't have problems to enter any House. You will see the art in the street. Guaranteed fun!
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  • The horse fair is the best fair, with apologies to the people of Seville. Located in a beautiful area, very close to the Centre of Jerez (a walk can go perfectly taken), not as big as the Seville fair, but much more comfortable because you can access the booths without membership. The horses walk is spectacular, we are in the city of the horse, and in any house you can eat Jerez stew, fried fish, a few anemones... with a good fino, a rebujito or a cold beer. If you go during the day horses and good atmosphere will enchant you and at night, full of Palm trees with their lighting enclosure nor leave you indifferent. The horse fair is a wonder
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