Is there an early morning train from Santiago de Compostela to Vigo, which connects with the Vigo to Porto train? Thanks
The Man In Seat 61 website says ".... take [an] express train called the 'Camino de Santiago' right across Spain, departing Irun at 08:45 and arriving Ourense 18:30, Santiago de Compostela at 20:02 and A Coruña at 20:35. A portion of this train attached at Miranda de Ebro is detached again at Ourense and goes to Vigo, arriving at 20:06. " My husband and I have tickets from Irun to Vigo on the above train, for next Friday (22 July 11). Can someone please tell me how we can get into the right part of the train before it reaches Ourense? Will we we able to simply walk through the train (after Miranda de Ebro, of course)? Hope someone can advise. Thanks. Annie Sue
I am going to stay with a Spanish family near Vigo. I am staying for 6 weeks. The address is Sayanes and I can't find much information on places in this area other than the beaches. Information on Vigo city would also be great! I do not drive and would love some information on public transport. I would also like to know where would be good to meet people in their early 20's. Any replies would be greatly appreciated as I don't want to be a loner for 6 weeks!
How can I get from Vigo in Galicia to Sarria? Cost of bus? Is it possible to hire a car and driver. Time would be end of may
We are arriving in Vigo via cruise ship and looking for a spa services in Vigo that don't require being a guest at the spa/hotel...any ideas?
My boyfriend and I are meeting in Vigo, Spain October 9th thru the 23rd. I live in the states and he works overseas. Since this vacation is hard to plan with me full time in school and in at work and him overseas...I could use as much help as possible. As lame as this is, I wanna surprise him. But it is the MLB playoffs, does anyone know a bar around Vigo that is will allow us to watch the playoffs and enjoy a few drinks? Also if there are any other suggestions for entertainment and things to do, it would be greatly appreciated. We only have a short time together and not a lot of time to plan it either. Thank you so much to anyone who can help! Ms. Lenski
we are arriving by cruise ship on sept 7th wondering how far is tourist attractions from the cruise port and what is the best way to get around vigo? thanks for the help chuck
Hi we are a family of four visiting vigo for one day can you recommend any nice beaches nearby that two teenage boys will enjoy. we don't want to travel too far away. also any good places to go to. many thanks.
Hello Everybody ! I would like you to give me many information about Vigo because I have to perform a work placement for 1 month, and I would like to rent a flat overthere. Otherwise, I don't know the nices and lively neighbourhoods. I would like to be closed to bars,restaurants,shopping malls and many other things like that. I would like to be able to meet some people. Could you tell me where do I have to go? Thanks ! Morgane
Hello, we are planning to travel to Vigo in juli. We would like to bring our little dog along. Is he allowed on the beaches between Vigo and Baiona? Is he allowed on Spanish trains and public busses? Thanks for your replies and travelgreetings from Belgium.
Is there a bus line that runs to and from Lisbon from Vigo? There are five of us traveling in September and we don't want to fly or drive.
We are arriving at airport in santiago de compostela and are travelling to vigo for a 2 week holiday. Is there a train or a bus to Vigo. Any suggestions for our stay to be wonderful. We are from Australia
I'll be up this way towards the end of September, coming from Portugal and returning that way. There doesn't seem to be much backpacker accommodation in Vigo, a HI hostel and a University affiliated hostel. Are there not many travellers coming here? I was thinking of staying here and taking a day trip to Santiago de Compostela. Or should I just go straight to Santiago? What would you recommend for 3 days in Galicia? I will be using buses and trains. Thanks in advance.
I'm going to have to travel from Vigo to Porto in three weeks' time. I've looked at the options and would appreciate some advice. It seems one option is the take an Autna bus from Estacion Autobuses, and there are several departurues each day - presumably no need to book ahead. The other option is to take the international train, which runs twice a day. There are details and prices the Portuguese railways web site on cp.pt but I can't find a way to book it, and I'm not even sure it's possible to take this as a Vigo-Porto single journey, as it's advertised as a day trip to Vigo. I can't find any reference on the Spanish railways site renfe.es to these trains atall. Can anyone help? And having said that, would I be better spending more time in Porto and not bothering to spend half a day in Vigo? I will have four days in Porto.
We will arrive on a cruise ship and would like to take public transportation (bus) from the Cruise Ship Docks to the main shopping street in Vigo. 1. Where would we catch the bus? (Directions from... to... 2. Where do we find the bus schedule 3. How do we buy tickets for the bus and how much are they. 4. How far is it to the main shopping Street? Thanks in advance for your help
We will be in Vigo for 12 hours on our cruise and plan to explore on our own. Can anyone give us some suggestions of things to do and see while we are there? Thanks.
How close is the Vigo city center to the dock where the cruise ships dock?
hi can anyone tell me how far this is from the cruise terminal if i need to get a taxi how much would this cost
Hi! I'm planning on visiting Vigo for one day. (tomorrow ;) ) Will anyone tell me if there's any camping? and how to access it? A Hug! Have a nice summer! catarina
We are visiting Vigo via cruise ship in September. We usually like local tours better then the ship's. Does anyone have any suggestions for local tours, or would we be safer to take a ship tour. How long a bus ride is it to Compostella, please. Thank you for any suggestions. Mary
We want to travel from Vigo to Santiago de Compostela round trip by bus. How do I get information on scheduling, costs, and where the bus station is located? Thank you. Ed
Is it possible to go from Vigo to Porto by train? According to the Renfe webside there is no direct connection. If this is like this, is it possible to go from Vigo or Pontevedra to Valença (the first town in Portugal from the North) and then change trains?
Can anyone tell me if i will have problems to get tickets for the last game of the season for Celta Vigo in May, i never been before and am travelling with my teenage son,and anyone recomment a clean convienent reasonable hotel
I will be spending one day in each of the following places in May:- Vigo, Malaga, Calvi, Livorno and Cannes. I also walk most of the places I visit. But would like to know in advance of where the most interesting places to visit are and what to see.