Here is what you can do in Goa's port town, Vasco Da Gama

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Vasco is named after the famous Portuguese explorer, Vasco Da Gama, who made his way to India via the sea route. Vasco is connected by all modes of transport which includes air, waterways, railways and road. | Pic courtesy: Dhiraj Harmalkar
You can visit the famous Mormugao fort which is also known as 'Sada Fort' that dates back to the 17th century. | Pic courtesy: Dhiraj Harmalkar
The fort provides a scenic view of the entire city which is not to be missed! | Pic courtesy: Dhiraj Harmalkar
Over the years, Mormugao port has been handling iron ore and exporting it to various parts of the world. It uses advanced technology and development, making it an important hub. | Pic courtesy: Dhiraj Harmalkar
The MPT Cruise Terminal is a place where cruise ships dock. One can enjoy the breathtaking view of the sea here. | Pic courtesy: Dhiraj Harmalkar
Shree Damodar temple in Vasco is one of the most beautiful temples in the city and every year hosts the festival of 'Saptah' that attracts a large fair which goes on for seven days. | Pic Courtesy: Dhiraj Harmalkar
One can take a long drive on the new Varanapuri-Sada flyover which provides you breathtaking views of the entire bay. | Pic courtesy: Dhiraj Harmalkar
Vasco has many cafes, food joints, restaurants, shopping places which one can visit. | Pict courtesy: Dhiraj Harmalkar