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Friday, April 19, 2019 - 15:02
Turismo de Vigo

Your children don’t know the sea and you’ve never been out on a boat before? The most southerly of the Rías Baixas estuaries has excellent natural conditions for sailing and water sports and offers a landscape that is so beautiful it will cast a spell on you.

In Vigo you can sail safely and comfortably every day of the year: the ferries, which cross the estuary many times a day, will give you a chance to have your ‘baptism at sea’.

And before setting sail, find out about...

Monday, April 1, 2019 - 17:24
Turismo de Vigo

Welcome to Vigo!

You have reached the city of the sea. We invite you to take a walk around the port, through the streets of the old town, ...and to get to know us. We will receive you just like anyone who lives here. There are dozens of restaurants and tapas bars waiting for you with their seafood dishes, tapas of octopus, oysters, traditional Galician empanada pie... And don't forget the wine to go with it: a glass of Rías Baixas made exclusively in the...

Friday, March 22, 2019 - 19:22
Turismo de Vigo

Seaside Vigo:

               Would you like to see how a small fishing town has become the largest and most cosmopolitan city in Galicia? We invite you to learn about our history through the rooms and display stands of the Museum of the Sea and the Museum of the Canning Industry. They will show you all the secrets of a Vigo born and transformed thanks to its water.

               If you prefer to delve into the essence of a genuine fishing quarter...

Saturday, March 9, 2019 - 12:50
Turismo de Vigo

A panoramic tour of Vigo on a bus

Fancy a panoramic tour of Vigo? If you’re travelling to Vigo with children or you just don’t feel like walking, Vigo’s tourist bus is an excellent option to see the city’s highlights in comfort.

From open air, upper floor of the Vigo’s tourist bus you can discover some of the city’s most emblematic areas. Thanks to the commentary system, available in several languages, you’ll learn that Policarpo Sanz Street and García Barbón Street host most of Vigo’s museums and also who...

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