Cádiz was the last jewel on our cruise with the Eurodam. This city is a wonderful place for cruise fans. When we enjoyed the view from our balcony at sunrise, we saw the roofs of the old town glittering in the morning sun. There was also the Sea Cloud right in front of us to join the Sea Cloud II in port. This was a rare and beautiful sight. When looking towards the port, we saw more interesting cruise ships in the dock Navantia. We were excited to discover one of the oldest cities of Western Europe.
Málaga is the birth place of Pablo Picasso and is situated at the Andalusian coast. It was the third jewel on our cruise with the Eurodam. From here you can go on a trip to Seville but you can also explore the town on your own. In Málaga you can explore a beautiful beach, a picturesque old town and a Moorish castle. Read More
After enjoying the many beautiful impressions from the port trip you might get a bit hungry. Then you should visit the lovely La Ribera quarter. In the good old days, you would have seen many artisans and traders in this neighbourhood. Today you can find small designer shops, cool bars and many cafes and restaurants in the narrow streets and alleys. Read More
At Sant Jordi, the feast of St. Georg, the entire city is filled with roses and books. This day is celebrated every year on the 23rd of April. On this day you must go for a stroll along the Ramblas. If you also want to try a few Spanish treats, you should read our foodie tips.
Today we were in Vigo. The port city of Vigo is located in northern Spain and we wanted to go shopping. The trip to Santiago de Compostela was too long, since you had to sit in the bus for several hours. To our delight, the first shopping mall was right at the harbor.