Friday, January 31, 2020 - 11:45
Turismo de Vigo

Would you like to fall in love all over again? Experience a completely different kind of Saint Valentine’s Day? Here are a few ideas to enjoy a really unforgettable getaway in the heart of the Rias Baixas.

For the lively ones: Tapas + night life.

For those looking for a livelier weekend, take a trip to Vigo’s historical quarter;  home to a wide variety of tapas bars where you can taste the best of our typical local dishes and gastronomy. Make a toast and ask for your heart’s desire...

Thursday, January 16, 2020 - 10:33
Turismo de Vigo

The Festival of San Blas is Vigo’s winter celebration par excellence. From the 24th of January to the 3rd of February, thousands of people “take over” the small parish of Bembrive to enjoy one of the most popular festivities in Vigo: San Blas.

You may have celebrated this famous saint’s day elsewhere in Spain, but we’re sure you’ll never forget a San Blas in Bembrive.

First of all, thanks to its people, who fill the streets under the rain or a scorching...

Tuesday, January 7, 2020 - 12:49
Turismo de Vigo

It looks like 2020 has brought a little bit of everything and at some incredible prices. Come and find out...

And when you grow tired of wandering around the streets visiting the different open shopping areas, window shopping and making your purchases, you can stop for some afternoon tea or a cup of hot coffee on an outdoor terrace, or snug inside a cafe.

If you are a fan of shopping centres, ours await you packed full of special offers.

Come back to Vigo...

Saturday, January 4, 2020 - 15:30
Turismo de Vigo

On the evening of the 5th January, at 6pm.,  the Cabalgata de Reyes (lit. The Twelfth Night Procession) takes place in and around the main streets of Vigo. It is a great show for the children, who love to get involved in the fun of happily trying to catch the magic sweets that are thrown out at the crowds from the floats.  

It is said that the Three Wise Men travelled to Bethlehem following a star, to present the baby Jesus with gifts of Gold, Frankincense and Myrrh. And today this is why we also give each other gifts at this time...