Vigo is located in Galicia, a northwestern region of Spain, and is known for being one of the biggest fishing ports in Spain. This close relationship with the sea means that the city boasts some of the tastiest seafood in the country, and locals would definitely recommend trying the octopus, although only early on in the day before the taste becomes too strong and washed down with white wine, not red, to avoid any bloating. To walk off the food and wine, a stroll through the city centre will lead you to various interesting landmarks, including the renowned Museum of Contemporary Art and lots of little independent boutiques for those craving a bit of retail therapy. If you're willing to do something slightly more strenuous, a hike to Castro fort, perched on Vigo's highest hill, will earn you unrivalled views of the area.
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