How to get to Jerez
Getting to Jerez is very easy. The city, which is located in the Southwest of Spain, has an international airport and is also well connected by train or highways.

There are many flights to Jerez de la Frontera (XRY). The airport is served by, among others, Iberia, Condor, TUIfly, Eurowings, EasyJet, Helvetic Airways, Ryanair, Luxair or Vueling. There are direct flights from many European cities, such as Berlin, Berne, Brussels, Cologne, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Hanover, London, Munich, Stuttgart or Zurich. In winter, the offers are reduced; If you can not find a flight to Jerez, you may want to try Sevilla or Malaga.

From Jerez Airport to the city there are both bus and train connections. Of course, taxis or rental cars are also available. You can find the counters of the car rental companies directly in the arrival hall. The way to the city center only takes about 15 minutes.

For travellers who arrive by car, from the north (Sevilla) the best way to get there is via the AP-4 motorway. A part of it is chargeable (about 8 euros). From the south, the A-4 expressway is usually the best option, for example if you come from Chiclana / Novo Sancti Petri (about 45 km and 45 minutes drive).