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Located on the north east coast, about eight miles from the Newcastle city centre, Port of Tyne is perfectly located for cruises to the Baltic and Norwegian Fjords. It has excellent road, rail and air links.
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The eye-catching Atlantic port of Vigo is famous for its seafood, favourable climate and Galician hospitality.
Browse through the old town of Vigo and its labyrinth of steep, narrow winding streets, small shops and sun-dappled squares will immediately charm you. This is a wonderful destination to relax in and try the renowned seafood, freshly caught and beautifully prepared. Before you eat, however, make sure you visit the main attractions that include Castro Castle, the gilded sculpture of Sireno, half man, half sea creature, and the magnificent cathedral of Santiago de Compostela, the final resting place of St. James and one of Christendom's most popular shrines.
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The capital of Portugal on the banks of the broad River Tagus is as eclectic as it is exciting, with countless places to visit and enjoy.
Where can you find a freestanding cast-iron elevator designed by Eiffel, a clutch of trams climbing impossible gradients, and a history lesson in tiles covering the exterior walls of a castle? Only in Lisbon where even a walk around the streets, some rebuilt to a grid-plan after an earthquake in 1755, others tiny, steep and stepped, is a fascinating journey. And don't forget to take in the markets which still retain the atmosphere of the Moorish bazaars they once were, or the pocket-sized tavernas offering grilled sardines and wine.
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Gibraltar is only two miles long. This, its duty-free shops and sunshine record make it the perfect place to shop, explore and meet the famous Gibraltan monkeys.
Inside and outside, Gibraltar offers lots of opportunities to find out what makes it so appealing. On the rock itself are attractions like the Moorish Castle, the Gibraltar Museum and the cable car ride to Europa Point with its stop to visit the families of famous Gibraltan monkeys. Inside the rock, there are more miles of road than on the outside, including the Great Siege Tunnels and St Michael's Cave.
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Synonymous with cross channel ferries and hypermarkets, there's actually more to Cherbourg than meets the eye.
Cherbourg's main square, the flower-filled Place General de Gaulle, is an attractive meeting point surrounded by a network of traditional French town houses replete with attic-top windows and louvered shutters. Wander through the cobbled streets and breathe in the smell of freshly baked baguettes emanating from the local boulangeries. Not far from Cherbourg lie the World War II D-Day landing grounds.
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Looking out across the Mediterranean, Malaga overflows with an assortment of architectural treasures and Spain's prized jewel, the Alhambra Palace, is within easy striking distance. Andalucia's second largest city, Malaga, is a bustling port on Spain's sunny Costa del Sol. Standing on a hillside overlooking the city is the 8th-century ‘Alcazaba', an impressive Moorish fortress. Malaga's cathedral is affectionately known as ‘La Manquita', meaning ‘the onearmed one' owing to its half-built tower, abandoned in the 1700s due to insufficient funds. During the Arab occupation of Spain, Malaga was the principle port of the Moorish kingdom of Granada. A short drive inland takes you to the heart of this wonderful city and its celebrated centrepiece, the breathtaking Alhambra Palace
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