JEREZ town hall has announced its latest plans to boost tourism for the area.

In total, some five million euros will be invested in a number of projects designed to spearhead growth over the next two years.

“We aim to reinforce Jerez’s status as a top destination for tourists.”

Tourism chief, Juan Manuel Bermudez, said: “We aim to reinforce Jerez’s status as a top destination for tourists.”

The plan will be launched in fine style with a concert in one of the city’s most emblematic monuments, the Alcazar.

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  1. I’d love to know what these new projects these are? They have not finished (or even started) past projects yet.

    There is still a vacant lot where the Flamenco museum and centre was supposed to be built and the Jerez Archaeological museum, with all it’s Phoenician treasures, was closed for “reformas” 5 years ago and there’s no sign of it opening again any time soon.

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