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Mercado pedra, Vigo

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  • If you are looking for a place to eat good Galician seafood and a unique experience of the ancient city this is the chosen place. Certainly for a stroll or enjoy any restaurant in the area.
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  • Market of the era where put to sell oysters the shellfish on a few black rocks, that existed in the street and that urbanizing is have disappeared, giving way to a more tourist street, where, in collaboration with the restaurants in the area, you can enjoy these products or other typical of Galicia, as Octopus a feira, etc. Also, was a place where you could purchase in the past, typical products of contraband like cigarettes, drinks import, etc.
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  • Old part of the city of Vigo with views over the Harbour and the Bay of Vigo. Leisure and tourism
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  • Buen ambiente
  • Beautiful city with lots of history
  • Typical place of Vigo. It is recommended to try the oysters accompanied by a good Alvariño. What is the market itself has lost enough boom, although there is still some place opened in the area. In summer it is usually packed with tourists, but even so, the area is worth.
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  • To sit in a terrace and order a beer with a pulpit this well very well but if you like seafood ay other sites asked me per kilogram of lobster (from the Bay of Biscay) €180 something excessive when its price is around between 80 and 90 per kilo.
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  • There are hardly any jobs already open. It formerly was a very busy and famous for its shops with clothing and other accessories of imitation. One of the most important imitations of Spain markets. It now has some picturesque local tapas and some souvenir stalls
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