Info and a map on where the ship is docked and directions for how to get to the main sights if the ship is near or farther away.
Details on the weather around the year here.
Highlights of some of the main attractions here with top things to see and do.
What the best local things to buy are in the port and where to buy those much needed souvenirs.
This section is mainly for crew members who don’t have a lot of time in port. Here I’ll give you ideas of fun things you can fit in, in the port, even if you only have 2 hours to explore.
A bit of information on what the port is famous for so you know what to expect and the general vibe of it.
My favourite section! A small guide to food and drink you can sample when out here.
Everyone on the ship needs a crucial bit of time for Wi-Fi. Whether it be to share the photos of your cruise, talk to friends and family back home or look up info on the latest Game of Thrones episode, this section will tell you where you can get online for free or cheap.
Information on where the closest and best places to exchange currency or use ATMs are.
My most valuable tip when visiting the port. Hopefully you find it useful!
My experience here in the port. Feel free to read my story and follow my footsteps if you would like a similar memory!
My number one reason this port will stay in my heart. After all, that is the reason why we cruise.
A selection of maps, leaflets and business cards I picked up and scanned so you don’t have to, and to give you a head start going out into the port armed with info!
A few more photos I took of my time in port. There will be most spread around the guide where I discuss the relevant part, but there are a few more in this section if you’d like more.
A link to the associated port guide video. Not every port guide has a video yet (I only started filming them recently) but there maybe a food guide for the associated country you can find here.