Transport links in Vigo are somewhat limited. The main mode of public transport is a well-maintained system of buses run by Vitrasa Progestin. The system consists of more than 40 different bus routes that link different locations throughout the city. Buses run from 6am to 11pm during the week and have a more limited schedule on weekends and public holidays. Taxis are a good transport option for tourists who want to travel more conveniently. Travellers can either pre-book taxis ahead of time through their hotel or head towards taxi stands, which are located at busy spots throughout the city. Visitors with an international driving licence can also opt to hire a car for the duration of their stay in Vigo. Europcar and Avis have branches at the airport.
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