Julio Verne said that Captain Nemo's best kept secret is in Vigo. Did you know that this is where the Nautilus submarine came to stock up on gold? In Vigo's estuary there are dozens of sunken ships loaded with the gold from the Americas. Treasures that have not yet come to light.
But there are also treasures at everyone's reach. Such as strolling through the Old Quarter and having oysters in A Pedra. Or spending a day at the beach in Samil. Or visiting the Castrelos park,with its manor house and its gardens. Or going on a boat tour to the halcyon Cíes islands. Or strolling along streets full of elegant camellias. Or climbing up to the Castro (ancient fortification) to see an amazing sunset. And for those who feel young, Vigo's legendary night life… open till dawn.
This is Vigo, Galicia's largest city. A modern and venturous city, open to the world.
Built in 1836. Neoclassic, designed by Melchor Prado Mariño. Banco Pastor building. Built in 1923 by M. Gómez Roman. On the corner of Policarpo Sanz/Colón streets, constructed in the Eclectic Academicist style.
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