There are a couple of airports in Galicia:
- Vigo itself has a small one, to get here you usually have to fly over Madrid.
- Porto (or Oporto in Spanish) in Portugal is about 1h15min away by car but is rather big and has a lot of international flights.
- There is also an airport in Santiago de Compostela, about an hour by car away, where you also fly in mostly over Madrid.
- The same for La Coruña, which is about two hours away by car.
Here are some details for each of these airports.
- Main airlines: Iberia, Air Nostrum, Vueling, Air Europa, Ryanair, TAP Portugal
- Taxi: 20 – 30 Euros to the center of Vigo, you take them outside the airport.
- Bus to the center: L9A (during the week every half hour and Sundays every hour), www.vitrasa.es
PORTO (OPO), PORTUGAL
- Main airlines: TAP Portugal, easyJet, Ryanair, Lufthansa, Transavia, Iberia, SATA, EverJets, Air Transat, TACV, Air Europa, Luxair, Swiss Airlines, Turkish Airlines
- Bus to Vigo: Autna www.autna.com, 15 Euros per person, for bicycles please call them beforehand.
- Train to Vigo: In theory there is a train but it takes more than two hours. You have to go to Oporto center first, and then take a local train to Vigo. The Bus is more efficient.
SANTIAGO DE COMPOSTELA (SCQ)
- Main airlines: Iberia, Air Nostrum, Air Europa, Ryanair, easyJet, Air Lingus, Swiss Airlines, Lufthansa
- Taxi: it’s about an hour to Vigo, so probably around 80 to 100 Euros.
- Bus to Vigo: not that easy, not really any practical option to Vigo.
- Train to Vigo: The train goes from the city center, about 20 minutes by taxi from the airport. The train takes then 1:30 hours to Vigo center.
LA CORUÑA (LCG)
- Main airlines: Iberia, Air Europa, Vueling, TAP Portugal
- Train to Vigo: the best option to go with public transport from La Coruña to Vigo is probably the train, www.renfe.es. It takes about 2 hours.