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The largest city in Spain's Galicia region, and home to the biggest fishing port in Europe, vigo is set in beautiful coastal surroundings and is known for its delicious fresh seafood. There are some great Vigo hotels, and it's easy to find one that suits your needs using Hotels.com's exclusive service. All of the best places to stay in Vigo are available to view on the Hotels.com website, complete with photos of sample rooms and communal areas of the hotel and a local area map to help you get the most out of your stay in this amazing city. What's more, all of the hotels listed on Hotels.com's website come pre-approved by travellers who have experienced the hotel's facilities first hand, and have written real customer reviews that you can read before you decide on where to stay in beautiful Vigo.

What's Vigo Like?

Vigo is known for it's sea port and freshly caught local sea food - you'll want to take a walk along the sea front, taking in the stunning views and enjoying a mixture of traditional and innovative, modern dishes at restaurants such as Tia Brigida and Picadillo. Most Vigo hotels won't be far from some of the city's most scenic areas, with panoramic views of beautiful Vigo to be had from popular parks and meeting places like Paseo de Alfonso XI, Porta do Sol and A Guía. The city also boasts a number of cultural attractions and museums including the Museo Do Mar De Galicia and Museo Municipal de Vigo, easy to reach from most of the popular places to stay in Vigo.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Vigo

Like most of Spain, Galacians like to enjoy an afternoon Siesta, so tourists may wish to retire to their Vigo hotels for a rest around 3 pm, then resume activities when local businesses open their doors again at about 5 pm. Castro park and castle is a popular meeting point for locals in the summer to enjoy the warm sea breeze, and El Sireno, The Merman, a sculpture by Francisco Leiro facing out to sea is also a popular meeting spot at the port. A dinner of fresh sea food at a local restaurant near the main places to stay in Vigo is a must, as is washing down your evening meal with a glass of Queimada, a traditional Galacian punch made from distilled wine, coffee beans, sugar, lemon peel and brandy, served hot and often blessed with an incantation supposed to confer special powers upon the drinker. You'll be delighted with the range of accommodation in Vigo available to book with Hotels.com.