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Free Tour of Vigo
Every day at 11:00 and 19:00
Praza Porta do Sol 5
Discover Vigo on a Free City Tour
Explore the City of Olives in the company of knowledgeable local guides!
You will see the best places in the city, from the unmistakable Sireno de Vigo Statue to the Puerta del Sol. You will stroll through the Casco Vello and the Port of Vigo while also hearing about the places to try the best traditional local food.
Get to know Vigo in this illustrative walk and reserve your place in the Free Tour of Vigo!
Language: English 🇬🇧
Duration: 2 hours
Covid-19 measures: Our providers comply with local legislation and applicable health recommendations.
Are You Ready for the City of Olives?
World Free Tours wants to help travelers like you get the most out of Vigo. We believe that the Free Tour of Vigo is a great option to experience the city, not only because it is informative but also entertaining, and budget-friendly!
No need to pay any fees upfront. Instead, you can join the walking tour simply by making an online reservation, and if you enjoy the tour, you may tip the guide at the end.
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Discover the beautiful city of Vigo. To the north, you can see the Monte de la Guía, where fishermen’s wives lit bonfires to guide their husbands back from the sea. At the top of the hill, you will find the Ermita de la Guía, by the architect Manuel Gómez Román, for a spectacular view of the estuary (an arm of the sea that goes into the coast and is subject to the action of the tides) and the Cíes Islands.
Vigo is a city with peculiar sculptures, one of the most famous is that of the French writer Jules Verne, who dedicated one of his chapters of 20,000 Leagues Under the Seas to the city. Another essential sculpture is that of El Sireno, which shows a hybrid between man and fish and is considered a meeting point for the people of Vigo.
The Paseo de Alfonso XII is a viewpoint with great views and an important natural monument: the famous Olivo de Vigo, a 150-year-old tree is deeply rooted in the city’s history since in the Middle Ages it was known as the Olive City because olive trees completely surrounded it.
Delve into Vigo, the largest city in Galicia, and the urban center of Rías Baixas, which has become one of the tourist destinations with the greatest growth and international recognition in Spain.