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Ringed by mountains and crowned by a spectacular fortress, Spain’s sunniest city mixes shopping centres and tapas bars with a medieval old town of narrow streets and tranquil squares. Along the coast you can find fishing villages, popular resorts and the secluded beaches and wild landscape of the Cabo de Gata-Nijar Natural Park. The desert locations of countless ‘spaghetti westerns' lie inland.
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Do and see
A stroll from the traditional heart of the city is rewarding. Try walking from Puerta de Purchena through the labyrinthine streets of the historic quarter to the busy port via colonnaded squares and the fortified Cathedral. Make sure you take time for a coffee or copa (glass of wine) along the way, and do not miss the lively Mercado (food market) just off the Rambla.
La Alcazaba Monument
The Alcazaba Monument is a 10th-century fortress with three huge enclosures, gardens, and the Walls of Hayrán marching down the valley to the San Cristobál hill opposite. Warrens of cave houses are cut into the rock below. From here you will have great views of the city and port, and the most legendary sunsets.
Cathedral of Almeria
With its towers, buttresses and sturdy walls, the 16th-century Cathedral did duty as a fortress against pirate raids from North Africa. The cathedral's spacious interior soars gracefully.
Arabic Aljibes
The Arabic Aljibes are perfectly preserved 11th-century Moorish water cisterns. These wells used to part of the water network that supplied both the inhabitants of Almería and the troops.
Museo del Aceite de Oliva
The Extra Virgin Olive Oil Castillo de Tabernas comes from a farm by the Tabernas desert. The farm is about 470 acres and contains more than 90,000 olive trees. In the museum you will find olive presses and tapas in the café.
Centro de Arte
The Centro de Arte has been open since 1998 and boasts modern art and changing exhibitions. The appealing facilities are sometimes used for other cultural events.
Cowboy Country
From "Lawrence of Arabia" to "A Fistful of Dollars" and David Beckham’s Pepsi ad, countless films have been shot in the desert hinterland outside Almería. The old movie lots are nowadays theme parks. Mini Hollywood/Oasys is the best known:
Cabo de Gata-Nijar Natural Park
The 34,000-hectare Cabo de Gata-Nijar Natural Park has beautiful unspoiled beaches, bird-filled lagoons and mountains plunging to the sea. Buses run to villages and the lively Mojácar. You can also rent a cycle or car to explore the area.
Plaza De Toros
Plaza De Toros is located in Roquetas De Mar and opened in 2002. It has become a modern arena not only for bull fighting but also for concerts, events and exhibitions. At Plaza De Toros you can also walk through the exhibition at the bull fighting museum.
Almería Airport
Almería’s shiny airport is located 9 kilometres east of the city. The local bus 20 runs from outside the arrivals terminal to the city centre once every hour from 7.25am-10.25pm. The bus to the airport runs every day from 6.45am-9.45pm. The journey takes about 35 minutes. +34 950 170 050 There are two different taxi companies offering their services at the airport: Radiotaxi www.radiotaxialmeria.es +34 950 222 222 / +34 950 226 161 Tele Taxi www.actiweb.es +34 950 251 111 Europcar, Hertz and Goldcar Rentals offer car rentals at the airport. Malaga’s big Pablo Picasso airport is located about 200 kilometres from Almería.
Public Transport
Everything in town is situated within walking distance. The Main Bus Station is called Estación Intermodal and is located at Plaza De la Estación. If you want to travel outside town, there are regular bus services to Granada, Sevilla, Madrid and other cities around Spain. www.alsa.es For train services in Almería and Granada contact RENFE train information. Tickets can be purchased online or bought from Plaza de la Estación. +34 90 2240 202 There are daily departures to Morocco and Algeria with different ferry routes. www.trasmediterranea.es
Look for white taxis around town. Radio Taxi www.radiotaxialmeria.es +34 950 222 222 / +34 950 226 161 Tele Taxi www.actiweb.es +34 950 251 111
There are many post offices around town. Look for the yellow and blue sign. Post Office:
The pharmacies in Almería can be found all around town. The location of the 24-hour pharmacies are posted on pharmacy doors. Centrally located is Farmacia Pilar López Lacomba:
220 volts. Round 2-pin plugs are used.
Country code: +34 Area code: 950 (include the area code even when dialling locally. All telephone numbers consist of nine numerals.)
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