Turismo de Vigo

No doubt about it, Vigo is your best choice for enjoying the last long weekend of the year in Galicia’s most cosmopolitan city. We’ve prepared a schedule full of emotions so that this escape to the heart of the Rias Baixas will be unforgettable.

- FOR THE REALLY CURIOUS: Put your name down for the guided visits )  through the Historic Quarter and the enlargement of the city. If you want to discover the city’s industrial side, then you shouldn’t miss out on the organised routes through Vigo Pesqueiro

+ Tapas in the Old Town + Vigo´s past and present

FOR SHOPAHOLICS: Catch up with your Christmas shopping. Vigo adapts to suit your pocket: from large shopping malls and exclusive boutiques for Galician fashion to small stores selling craftwork and the local gastronomy, where you can find presents for your friends and family.

+  Alameda and Montero Ríos   + Majestic Vigo

FOR THE NIGHT OWLS: Vigo is the city that never sleeps, the ultimate party city. At any time of the night or day, you’ll find a place to dance, attend a concert, or just go out for drinks or sit in a terrace with friends.

+ Areal + Churruca

FOR NATURE LOVERS: Book your ticket now. This long weekend explore Cies Islands, a natural paradise with a unique fauna and flora.  Fancy a trip through the Vigo estuary? Get on board the “sea buses”a boat service that connects Vigo to the fishing towns of Cangas and Moaña,  and enjoy the amazing beauty of the Galician Estuaries.

+ Vigozoo   + Galician Museum of the Sea

FOR THE SPORTY: By bike or on foot, the Water Path is the route for you: running parallel to the sea and with marvellous views over the Bay of Vigo. You can also do a coastal route running from Bouzas to Toralla taking in Samil Beach. Or follow the  Blue Path along the River Lagares.

+ Ice skating rink + Castrelos Park

And to top off your visit to the city, take a look at our tips on where to find the vital spots to visit.