Van Gogh Cafe


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Van Gogh Cafe

The recently refurbished Van Gogh Cafe only closes for a handful of hours at night, luring visitors in with a cup of joe in the early morning and keeping regulars going past midnight with its impressive array of spirits (take your pick from the display behind the bar).

Bars & Nightlife

Start a night out in Vigo with tapas and local Albariño wine, a product of grapes harvested on the banks of Rías Baixas, or "lower rivers". The crisp, naturally acidic Albariño whites are praised for their sophisticated aroma and fruit undertones, and are said to go very well with seafood. To follow this with dancing, try old town's Teófilo Llorente and Real Street, check out one of the beach clubs of Samil and Beiramar, or head to the lively area of Areal. Swankier Alamdea is best fit for cocktails, while Churruca's rock bars attract the alternative crowd.