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Alhambra Palace Gibraltar Resolutely British for nearly 300 years, Gibraltar’s unique history and setting unites the oddly familiar – from helmeted police to Marks & Spencer – with an extrovert Mediterranean mood. Take a trip to see the Barbary Apes, Alameda Botanical Gardens or Garrison Library, tour to the Rock of Gibraltar, or hop on a cable car and enjoy grandstand views of nearby Spain and Africa. Lisbon, Portugal Portugal’s alluring capital is spread out over seven hills on the north of the River Tagus, with fascinating museums and the adorable backstreets of the Alfama district awaiting your discovery. Architectural wonders include the Belém Tower and the Monument to the Discoveries, and be sure to visit Pasteis de Belém – this café’s famous egg pastry recipe has remained unchanged for nearly 200 years. The standard of accommodation and helpfulness of the staff was excellent. I was made to feel welcome straight away. Jerez independent customer reviews Vigo, Spain Vigo is nestled on the shores of the Atlantic Ocean. It is home to inspiring museums and charming plazas, and is a gateway to the Santiago de Compostela Cathedral and the handsome Cies Islands. In the ‘Casco Vello’ (Old Town), a stone’s throw from the port, discover the Co-Cathedral of Santa Maria and the narrow, medieval streets exhibiting the city’s maritime roots. La Coruña, Spain From the beautiful beaches to the impressive seafront promenade; and from uncovering the many intriguing galleries and museums in the Old Quarter to admiring the diverse architecture, ranging from Medieval to Modernist, La Coruña has something for everyone. There are also stunning views of the Plaza da Maria Pita and the Tower of Hercules – said to be the world’s oldest lighthouse. The Mediterranean Authentic 111 View destination and ship videos at www.cruisewithfred.tv


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