Vigo is one of the most important cities of Galicia, Spain, located in the province of Pontevedra. Vigo is ranked as the 14th largest metropolitan area of Spain. The city is well known for its fishing industry, shipyards, food, cultural and night life, and football team Celta de Vigo. By language, 7% of the population always speak in Galician, 43% speak in Spanish and the rest use both interchangeably. This makes Vigo the least Galician-speaking city in Galicia.
“Rua dos Cesteiros” (historic centre)
Casco Vello (historic centre)
Porta do Sol, Policarpo Sanz and Alameda area (modern centre)
Príncipe and Urzaiz Streets (commercial area)
Celtic Castro ruins
Collegiate church of Santa Maria de Vigo
This modern hotel is located in central Vigo, in the commercial centre between the city’s 2 main avenues, Gran Vía and Urzaiz. It offers stylish rooms with free Wi-Fi. The Zenit Vigo is just 10 minutes’ walk from the Piedra Market and the seafront promenade. This urban-style hotel features a gourmet restaurant, La Rotonda, specializing in typical dishes from the surrounding Galicia region. There is also a café serving drinks and snacks throughout the day.