What to do in Vigo

If you're travelling on a cruise across the Atlantic, sailing along the coast of northern Spain, you’ll probably stopover in Vigo; the Queen Mary 2, the Independence of the Seas, and hundreds of other cruise ships stay in the port of Vigo for a few days during their routes to the Mediterranean.

To help you make the most of your stopover in Vigo, the largest city in north-western Spain, we designed a selection of plans for cruise passengers. This great city with a sailor’s soul is full of vitality, beautiful sunsets, lively shopping routes and a cuisine unlike any other in Spain.

What to do in Vigo: Plans for cruise passengers

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The man-fish in Puerta del Sol

El Sireno is Vigo’s monument par excellence....

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The sculpture of Verne, literary ambassador of Vigo

If there is one essential monument in Vigo, that’s the monument...

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The set of sculptures by Leiro in the port.

One of the most iconic sculptures in Vigo is El Nadador...

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Contemporary art in the MARCO

Do you like contemporary art? Then be sure to visit the MARCO, Vigo’s Museum of...

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A tour of Galician painting

The Pinacoteca de Vigo (art gallery) is an essential art space...

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