Discover Vigo, the biggest city of Galicia, and experience the joy of exploring and allow yourself to be a part of your destination. We promise you will enrich your memories after joining us for a day. We have designed Euphoria for a fun day, hanging out with locals and friends. This is not just a guided tour, but a fun day!
Shop in style in Vigo’s Old Town, join our workshop with Vigo´s best designers to create your headband or lapel pin with sinamay ornaments, used in high headgear.
We will meet at Plaza de la Constitución, the heart of ancient Vigo, to discover the Old Town and enjoy a panoramic view of the Port of Vigo in our way to our designer workshop. She manufactures each piece one by one, inspired by nature and fashion of past eras, merging ancient work techniques with contemporary design. She recovers the savoir-faire of ancient crafted headdresses with first quality materials like silks and porcelains, and you’ll have the opportunity to learn from her while you create your own unique piece.
We will keep going through to (always busy) Calle del Príncipe, the main shopping street of Vigo, to reach our final destination, our secret paradise within Vigo city center for a complete homemade brunch with one of the best chefs in town!
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We kindly ask you to book with at least 48 hours advance. If you wish to join us after please email us.
*Please let us know with 72 hours advance if you wish to book a therapy after brunch.
Dress standard: Comfortable clothes and walking shoes are recommended. We also recommend you bring a bottle of water, sunscreen, and a hat during the summer months. Winters are not cold, but they are rainy so that a raincoat might be necessary!
Are you looking for new experiences in Vigo? Check our pieces of advice…
Sandy paradise is just one step from Vigo. When summer comes, lots of Vigueses take the boat to Cies Islands, a 40 minutes boat trip to find the Rodas Beach, in the National Park of Illas Atlánticas and named the best beach in the World by The Guardian in 2007. You won’t believe that this is an Atlantic beach, as it seems more a Caribbean one. During summer time only 2.200 visitors are allowed to enter the Islands daily, in order to protect the delicate ecosystem, so book your tickets with at least two weeks of advance to ensure your visit!
And if you feel like getting into a bit of History, find a couple of hours to visit Castrelos park. Its parish belonged to the Order of Saint John of Jerusalem until 1862. And as you are in the area, get to Santa María de Castrelos church, a thirteen century romantic gem that holds impressive ornamentation in its western door and possibly templar crosses. A peaceful place in the middle of this vibrant city.