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Aldrich - Answered a Question by rathband (26 May 08 12:38)

Are you trying to ask where the ship BERTHs in VIGO? If so, then ship berths fairly close to town. It's a typical Spanish City with shops, restaurants, parks and a very interesting but surreal Museum of Modern Art which is certainly different.(to the left of the city) It's a fairly easy walk from the ship but the city is a little hilly. Lots of nice cafes to people watch. The old fish market (to the right) is interesting as are the oyster stalls set up near the port. The most popular tour is to Santiago de Compostel.

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chaffe - replied to Aldrich (27 Jun 08 16:44)

I found this most interesting as we too are going on a cruise 1st point of call virgo,so we will now have a little bit of an odea about the place, many thanks.

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Neil and Ida Down - Answered a Question by rathband (26 May 08 16:14)

There is a new cruise terminal in operation there immediately below the town, a comfortable walk. Apart from Santiago de Compostela there is a superb coastline with some good beaches and the town holds some very interesting viewpoints if you're fit and care for an uphill walk. Nei.

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French - Answered a Question by rathband (31 May 08 19:22)

Just returned from sea princess iberian interlude and found you can get a tourist bus from outside the dock which we went on a 2hour trip around vigo for 7euros it leaves at 10 and 12 oclock.

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