We have been to Vigo a few times now and weren't impressed by it.If we don't do a Ships tour, we usually like to go for a walk at each Port but we found Vigo to be rather characterless. I guess it must have been Siesta time when we ventured off as most of the shops were closed but there were some cafes open so we sat and enjoyed a beer in the sunshine.
We chose to do the Panoramic tour of Lisbon where we visited the Statue of Christ which involved going over the suspension bridge + great views of the estuary. This was followed by a visit to the Monastery and the Belem Tower. Finally we were taken into the town centre and given the choice of staying on the coach & going back to the ship or getting off for some free time and making our own way back. BEWARE.. pickpockets are rife in Lisbon centre and the Police Station was full of cruise passengers who had been robbed
It was a lovely day so we just had a stroll around Lanzarote. We had done a excursion on a previous visit ...Moonscape walk tour and would recommend it. You need to be able to walk over uneven terrain & volcanic rubble but it was really interesting.
We met up with friends who live in Tenerife and they took us up to La Laguna on the Tram. We would definitely go there again as it has good cafes and shops + most of the walk ways are for pedestrians only. The Tram is very modern and you can get tickets from any of the machines at the stops. It is easy to use and no matter how many are in your party - all you need is 1 ticket and once on board the tram all you need to do is swipe you ticket for as many times as the number in your party i.e if there are 2 people then you put the ticket into the machine (inside the tram) twice. Same for the return.