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Vigo

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Peinador is Vigo´s airport and the hub for southern Galicia. Only 20 minutes away from the city center, you might rent a car, or grab a taxi or an urban bus. Main airlines as Iberia, Air Europa, Ryanair or Tap Portugal operate in Vigo, connecting the city to London, Madrid, Barcelona, Lisbon, Tenerife North, Gran Canaria, Bilbao, Valencia or Ibiza.

http://www.aena.es/es/aeropuerto-vigo/index.html

Taxis are available at the Arrivals Terminal, taking only 20 minutes to reach the city center.

By Bus

BY BUS FROM/TO AIRPORT TO CITY CENTER

Vitrasa, the local bus company offers a service from the airport to the city center every 30 minutes during working hours, please click here to download timetables.

(DOWNLOAD PDF)

http://vitrasa.es/renovaciones-44_L9A

By Train

Vigo offers a wide range of train connections, including Madrid, Barcelona, Ourense, Pontevedra, Santiago, A Coruña, Ponferrada, León, Bilbao, Alicante, and Oporto.

If you are coming from Madrid there are three options: the Intercity Train, Alvia and the night Hotel Train. The fastest and more convenient journey is offered by Alvia, completing the journey in 6h. 17 min.

Vigo has two train stations: URZAIZ (high-speed rail), and GUIXAR, on Areal street, both in the heart of the urban center.

Find all options at https://venta.renfe.com/vol/home.do?c=_pX76

By Car

FROM/TO OTHER MAIN DESTINATIONS

Vigo is connected by highway from Madrid, Santiago, A Coruña and Oporto.

There are three major road access roads:

Madrid and Vigo are connected by the Northwest Highway (A-6) and the Rías Baixas Highway (A-52). They are 667 kilometers away that are made in an average of six hours.

To get to Vigo from Portugal we will take the A–3 that connects Oporto, Lisbon and Braga with the Spanish border and that links with the AP-9 and the A-55 that will leave you in the center of Vigo.

Finally, to move by car through Galicia, the best option is the Atlantic Highway (AP-9), which links Vigo and A Coruña, passing through Pontevedra and Santiago de Compostela.

By Coach

It is also possible to get to Vigo by coach. From Madrid, Barcelona, Asturias, Bilbao, Irún, San Sebastian, Zaragoza, Extremadura, and Andalusia there are direct bus lines to Vigo. But, besides, there are international bus routes that arrive in Vigo from Portugal, France, Switzerland, Belgium, Holland, Denmark, and Germany.

Please check all companies by clicking here:

www.avanzabus.com

www.alsa.es

www.autna.es

By Boat

Arriving by boat to Vigo is such an experience, if you’re a sailor, don’t miss the opportunity! Vigo has three marinas where you can dock, sail the Vigo estuary and spend the day sightseeing. All are located near some of the best hotels in the city, in case you prefer to spend the night on land!

The cruise ship dock receives thousands of cruise passengers each year from the more than 100 large ocean liners that come to the city. Whether if you board The Queen Mary 2 or the Independent of the Seas we will be delighted to meet you in town!

Check Vigo´s Port impressive facilities in here:

https://www.apvigo.es

Santiago

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Santiago de Compostela receives thousands of visitants all year round from all over the world. This World Heritage City connects Germany, Switzerland, United Kingdom, Italy, France and main destinations in Spain like Madrid, Barcelona, Bilbao, Alicante, Canary and Mallorca Islands, Valencia or Málaga.

Many airlines operate flights to the city, including Ryanair, EasyJet, Lufthansa, Vueling, Iberia or Air Europa.

Have a look at the airport services in here!

http://www.aena.es/es/aeropuerto-santiago/destinos-aeropuerto.html

Taxis are available at the Arrivals Terminal, taking only 15 minutes to reach the city center.

By Bus

FROM/TO CITY CENTER

Freire offers a service from the airport to the city center, please click here for further details:

http://www.empresafreire.com/en/horarios/

By Train

Spanish train company, Renfe, connects Santiago to Madrid with a high-speed service, taking only 5 hours in completing the journey. Daily services to San Sebastian, Hendaya and Barcelona, are available, and through a single transshipment, links Bilbao, Portugal, and Paris.

Regional trains call at Santiago de Compostela to main destinations of Galicia – A Coruña, Vilagarcía de Arousa, Pontevedra, Vigo and Ourense.

A luxury adventure is offered by the Transcantábrico, crossing the north of Spain, from San Sebastián to Santiago de Compostela in 8 days.

Find more information on this experience here:

http://www.renfe.com/trenesturisticos/eng/index.html

Find all options at https://venta.renfe.com/vol/home.do?c=_pX76

By Car

FROM/TO OTHER MAIN DESTINATIONS

Santiago de Compostela is connected by highway from Madrid, Vigo, A Coruña and Oporto.

There are four major road access roads:

The Atlantic Highway (AP-9) connects Santiago de Compostela with A Coruña, Ferrol, Pontevedra, Vigo, Tui, and the Portuguese border.

Northwest Highway (A-6) connects Galicia with the rest of Spain through the province of Lugo.

Rías Baixas Highway (A-52) connects Galicia with the rest of Spain through the province of Ourense (link with Santiago through the AP-9 in Vigo or through the N-525 in Ourense)

Cantábrico Highway A-8: connects Galicia with France through the Cantabrian coast (linking with Santiago through the Northwest Highway) (A-6)

By Coach

Are you thinking about coming by coach? Madrid, Barcelona, Asturias, Bilbao, Irún, San Sebastian, Zaragoza, Extremadura, and Andalusia offer services to Santiago de Compostela. But, also, international bus routes are serving the city from Portugal, France, Switzerland, Belgium, Holland, Denmark, and Germany.

Please check your bus line here:

https://www.alsa.com/en/web/bus/home

Cambados

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By Bus/Train

We suggest you reach Cambados by the nearest train station, located in Vilagarcia de Arousa, where you can take a Monbus coach to the capital of the Albarino Wine.

Find out more to make it!

http://www.monbus.es/en/routes-points-of-sale/693/travel-vilagarcia-de-arousa-estacion-de-autobuses-cambados-estacion-de-autobuses/

Illa de Arousa

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By Coach

To visit paradise needs an additional effort sometimes! Take a coach from Vilagarcia de Arousa; we assure you will not be disappointed!

Find details in here:

http://www.monbus.es/en/routes-points-of-sale/693/travel-vilagarcia-de-arousa-estacion-de-autobuses-cambados-estacion-de-autobuses/

A Coruña

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A Coruña serves its visitants with Alvedro Airport, linking Madrid, Barcelona, Sevilla, Tenerife, Valencia, and London (Seasonally)

Find out more in here:

http://www.aena.es/es/aeropuerto-a-coruna/destinos-aeropuerto.html

Taxis are available at the Arrivals Terminal, taking only 15 minutes to reach the city center.

By Bus

FROM/TO AIRPORT TO CITY CENTER

Sigras Carral, the local bus company, offers a service from the airport to the city center every 30 minutes during working hours, please click here to download timetables.

(DOWNLOAD PDF)

www.autoscalpita.es

By Train

Renfe links A Coruña to Madrid. Daily services are also available to San Sebastian, Hendaya and Barcelona, and Bilbao, and through a single transshipment connects Portugal and Paris.

Regional trains have their departure in A Coruña, calling at Santiago de Compostela, Vilagarcía de Arousa, Pontevedra, Vigo, and Ourense.

Access to services in here:

https://venta.renfe.com/vol/home.do?c=_pX76

By Coach

Are you thinking about coming by coach? Madrid, Barcelona, Asturias, Bilbao, Irún, San Sebastian, Zaragoza, Extremadura, and Andalusia offer services to Santiago de Compostela. But, besides, international bus routes are serving the city from Portugal, France, Switzerland, Belgium, Holland, Denmark, and Germany.

Please check your bus line here:

https://www.alsa.com/en/web/bus/home

By Boat

Arriving by boat to A Coruña is a great choice! A Coruña Cruise Terminal offers international cruise companies a very convenient stopover. Whether if this is your first or last port we look forward to meeting you downtown!

Check A Coruna´s Port in here:

http://www.puertocoruna.com/en/index.html

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