Lovely Spanish City, fabulous seafood restaurants!
Visited: Sep 22, 2018
Nice little town to walk around. We headed about a half hour walk from the ship and away from the high rises and we found a place to eat full of locals. Language was a barrier but funny. We didn’t quite get what we ordered but it was all good food.
Walk around. It’s a nice place. Lots of old buildings and interesting places to see. Good restaurants and lots of them. Take a walk along oyster street and enjoy the produce.
Visited castle by taxi cost €7, had a steady stroll downhill back to port.
Visited: Oct 26, 2018
Ok not the best port but not too bad
Visited: Jun 29, 2019
Went around by ourselves. Easy to navigate nice easy walk into the centre. Not far from ship. Didn't do an excursion this time but didn't need to as wondering around on our own was fine
Nice port, and very walkable city. Walked up to the Fort, and enjoyed the view from above. Lots of interesting statues throughout the city, and lots of open space. Worthwhile stop.
Vigo - again no excursion just walking around the town and harbour. The latter has been tidied up in recent years.
Visited: Sep 25, 2017
Been a few times so we did a trip and really enjoyed it -went to a small villiage just in Portugal.
Visited: May 13, 2018
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