How to get to Vigo

Now that you've decided to visit the main city in Galicia, discover how to get here!

When planning your transportation, consider factors such as your budget, the number of passengers, and the convenience of each option. In addition, confirm details and pricing before proceeding to ensure a smooth journey to the center of Vigo.

Vigo Airport is small and only 15 kilometers from the city center. Specifically, if you arrive by plane, these are the ways to reach the city core:
Bus: Vitrasa line A takes you from the airport to Vialia, where the bus and train stations are, to the city center and the port. Pick the link below to see the route. You can pay cash (notes up to 10 euros). The ticket costs 1,49 euros. Buses depart every half an hour, except on Sundays and during festivities, when they depart every hour.
Taxis: the fixed fare for Vigo is 25,50 (2023)
Transfers: Some companies offer pre-booked private transfers from the airport to your desired destination in Vigo. This can be a comfortable and hassle-free option, especially if you're traveling with a group or have heavy luggage.
Rental cars: If you prefer more independence and flexibility, you can rent a car at the airport. Sixt, Hertz, and Avis, among others, have open offices in the airport.
app-based ride services: until now, these apps like Uber or Cabify are not available in the city.

          Here you can see the A line details. 

By bus, from Madrid with Avanza, from Basque Country, Cataluña and Aragón with Alsa, from Portugal and other European countries, with Flixbus. Galician routes are covered by Monbús. See the links below.

          Take a look or book here: Avanza. Alsa. Flixbus. Monbus

como llegar a vigo

It is posible to arrive to Vigo from Madrid or Cataluña with different types of trains. Besides, the Tren Celta connects the city twice a day with Porto. It's important to consider that Vigo has 2 train stations: Vialia, for high velocity trains, and Guixar, for regional or normal trains. Both of them are located near the city centre.

          See prices and schedules here:  Renfe.  

There are a bunch of leisure ports in Vigo, such as the Club Náutico, Marina Davila,l Náutico de Bouzas, etc.. Regular Ferries are also available when coming from Cangas or Moaña, on the opposite side of the estuary.

I’m alwasy happy to help, if you have further questions. Safe travels!

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