41 Vigo Cruise Reviews

Vigo has seen better days. The old part is interesting and easily accessible from the ship, but it does not take long to see the best of it. What we were looking forward to was a visit to the national park islands offshore. But the tour ... Read More
Vigo has seen better days. The old part is interesting and easily accessible from the ship, but it does not take long to see the best of it. What we were looking forward to was a visit to the national park islands offshore. But the tour was cancelled due to lack of support. A pity. If we came again we would hoope for better luck. Read Less
Sail Date May 2017
Bus ride to a tiny town...off season...nice bakery...wine tasting was really a selling stop...the wine was bitter and I felt I made a mistake. Vigo was much nicer but we had no time to see much. Stay in Vigo and enjoy the town and ... Read More
Bus ride to a tiny town...off season...nice bakery...wine tasting was really a selling stop...the wine was bitter and I felt I made a mistake. Vigo was much nicer but we had no time to see much. Stay in Vigo and enjoy the town and Oysters. Read Less
Sail Date April 2016
Not much to see or do in Vigo (even on a warm sunny day. Probably best to take an excursion somewhere or just enjoy being on the ship.
Not much to see or do in Vigo (even on a warm sunny day. Probably best to take an excursion somewhere or just enjoy being on the ship. Read Less
Sail Date September 2015
Pretty tatty town with lots of Spain's 25% unemployment evident by empty shops and run down buildings Decent shopping street 1/2 mile away
Pretty tatty town with lots of Spain's 25% unemployment evident by empty shops and run down buildings Decent shopping street 1/2 mile away Read Less
Sail Date August 2015
The day was dank and rainy but not particularly cold. We walked around the shops then had lunch at one of the many fish restaurants. The oyster ladies were selling their wares. A very different port in the winter compared to the busy ... Read More
The day was dank and rainy but not particularly cold. We walked around the shops then had lunch at one of the many fish restaurants. The oyster ladies were selling their wares. A very different port in the winter compared to the busy summer months. Read Less
Sail Date December 2012
On this occasion we stayed in Vigo which is certainly feeling the depression caused by the Euro. Most things closed on Sunday. On a previous occasion we went to Santiago de Compostela and that is thoroughly recommended.
On this occasion we stayed in Vigo which is certainly feeling the depression caused by the Euro. Most things closed on Sunday. On a previous occasion we went to Santiago de Compostela and that is thoroughly recommended. Read Less
Sail Date November 2012
we took the 1 hour tour bus just on the street across from the ship that was sufficient, not much to see there found a very cheap internet shop just beside the tourist board, same street had great oysters at the market/restaurant area
we took the 1 hour tour bus just on the street across from the ship that was sufficient, not much to see there found a very cheap internet shop just beside the tourist board, same street had great oysters at the market/restaurant area Read Less
Sail Date September 2012
Excellent for access to the town but too hilly for anyone with walking difficulties. Little to see.
Excellent for access to the town but too hilly for anyone with walking difficulties. Little to see. Read Less
Sail Date January 2012
Probably the most boring of all ports - not bad shops & ok for a stroll around. La Corruna, the second stop in Spain is more interesting with more shops. Both were pretty cold in Jan though.
Probably the most boring of all ports - not bad shops & ok for a stroll around. La Corruna, the second stop in Spain is more interesting with more shops. Both were pretty cold in Jan though. Read Less
Sail Date January 2012
Our rainy day plan to catch a taxi near the ship to see the free Municipal Museum Quinones de Leon turned out to be right on. The museum is housed in a lovely old mansion and contains lovely furnished rooms (one with armour), displays on ... Read More
Our rainy day plan to catch a taxi near the ship to see the free Municipal Museum Quinones de Leon turned out to be right on. The museum is housed in a lovely old mansion and contains lovely furnished rooms (one with armour), displays on history going back to the Romans, and famous people from this part of Spain. There is also a nice garden with roses, camellias, bird of paradise, palm trees. Go to the website and pay attention to the operating hours -- they close for a LONG lunch break! Read Less
Sail Date November 2011

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