Cruise Port La Coruña (Spain)

Cruise Port La Coruña (Spain). details about the port La Coruña (Spain), cruises from La Coruña (Spain), touch at La Coruña (Spain) of these ships, as Seabourn Pride, departure from La Coruña (Spain), excursions and tourist programs.

This was the backdrop for the battle carried by King Felipe the Eleventh against the English in 1588. The city has been shaped by the atmosphere and the smell of the Atlantic and is characterised by its glazed balconies and rain-washed stones. The harbour at La Coruña determines the locals' lives, and they are vivacious and very hospitable. Sights include: the fishing district "Pescaderia" with traditional bars and restaurants, the medieval old town with numerous churches and grand manors dating from the 18th century. .


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Insignia
Queen Victoria
Celebrity Silhouette
Navigator of the Seas
Independence of the Seas
Seabourn Ovation
Navigator of the Seas
Pacific Princess
MS EUROPA 2
MSC Meraviglia
Seven Seas Explorer
Mein Schiff 4
Independence of the Seas
Koningsdam

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