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Cadiz spends the whole year preparing for its famous carnival celebrations. If you have an costume and are up for a good time then you're ready to enjoy this unique and animated celebration.
The Cadiz carnival is known throughout the world as a huge street party. Eleven days of non-stop fun, originality and, more than anything else, mass participation. The whole city is transformed, the streets are filled with people intent on having a good time and making sure everyone else has a good time, singing, and enjoying themselves. If you too would like to experience the boisterous Cadiz carnival celebrations, you should make plans well in advance. This is one of the most long-awaited events on the calendar and attracts thousands of people every year.
Alonso began competing when he was only three years old, and the exhibition includes the first racing suit he wore, hand-sewn by his mother. And from then he continued his path to victory in two Formula 1 world championships and in numerous other races, whose trophies are all on display to visitors. The exhibition also includes several of the single-seaters raced by the Asturian champion: from his first go-kart through to the cars with which he competed for Minardi, Renault, McLaren and Ferrari. Visitors can also see a collection of helmets, boots, gloves and mementos from Alonso's racing career.
Date:From Dec 6, 2013 to May 4, 2014
Place:Paseo de la Castellana 214. - 28046. Madrid
The Cádiz mountain range, with a rich architectural heritage, stretches to the north of the province along a steep, beautiful, green and thrilling route: the Trail of the Whitewashed Villages.
Arcos de la Frontera, granted the historic-artistic designation, is one of the most famous whitewashed villages. It is followed by Ubrique, El Bosque and Prado del Rey, not only famous for their stunning scenery, but also for their arts and crafts.
Algar, Algodonales, El Gastor, Puerto Serrano and Villaluenga del Rosario are also part of the trail. Then there are Benaocaz, Bornos, Espera, Villamartín and Olvera, each one with its typical fiestas, castles and idiosyncrasies.
The trail goes deep into the Grazalema Nature Reserve, declared a Biosphere Reserve. Here you must visit the town of the same name, and Zahara de la Sierra, which has one of the most dramatic landscapes in the area. Finally, you will find Alcalá del Valle and Setenil de las Bodegas, with their unusual layout of houses built into the mountain, following the river's course.