A short stroll in the city will quickly give you an idea of the two specialities here: wine and horses. Their symbols (cask, calash...) can be seen everywhere! You simply have to visit one of the many wine cellars in the area, the best known being Tio Pepe, whose giant weathercock is listed in the Guinness Book of World Records! If you are interested in horses, look no further, as you are in the land ...
As well as being famous for its wines, its brandies and its vinegar, Jerez de la Frontera is also home to the Andalusian Royal School of Equestrian Art.
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