La Lonja, Mercado Central de Cádiz
Ah ... How I love the old Cadiz, with the Arco de la Rosa, Puerta del Mar and the Arco de los Blancos. Why do I love 'Tacita de Plata'? I love the narrow streets that exude bohemian style. But Cádiz could not be what it is without its people. So if there is a place to start to unravel the soul of the city, it is the Central Market. Here, especially along the Guild Hall, you can see the ancestry of the Cadiz sailor, his knowledge, his religion and even his speech. The building is made of marble, crammed with pictures of saints and the impressive array of seafood delicacies include shrimp, crayfish, sea snails, squid and prawns.