Royal Andalusian School of Equestrian Art Admission
- Duration: 2 hours
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From the moment we were picked up we knew this was going to be a funday. Petra our tour guide was fun, so too the winery and Andalusians. We had a bonus ferry ride across the bay and plenty of time to walk around Cádiz. My only feedback is to have a little bit of time to walk around the gardens after the horse show and a TIP on booking to let people know to bring water. It’s a long time from 8am to lunch time before we got to eat or drink.
Maria was a most passionate guide who imparts so much information about Jerez. She clearly loves ecclesiastical architecture and we learnt to look at Church facades more intensely. We look forward to our ttio to Cadiz today with the knowledge she has given us about private houses, sour or sweet oranges etc. Thank you so much Maria.
This excursion from Seville (the school is actually in Jerez de la Frontera - almost Cadiz!) was a real treat, especially for my wife who is a Horse Whisperer. The level of excellence prevalent in the facility, the students and trainers was palpable. Don’t miss the Saddlery in the small brick building at the back of the grounds!
The Royal Andalusian School of Equestrian Art is an experience not to be missed. There are museums, open areas and the indoor riding arena all to be discovered. Make sure that you book a tour with a guide as this will enhance your visit. Do book to see the show 'the horses dance' as this is amazing.
Very impressed with the visit. We had an excellent guide who spoke good English. We were able to wonder around the school at our own pace observing the excellent facilities.