Vigo-Urzáiz railway station

Vigo railway station, also known as Vigo-Urzáiz, is a railway terminus in Vigo, Spain. It provides high speed train connection through the Atlantic Axis high-speed rail line with main Galician cities as Pontevedra, Vilagarcía de Arousa, Santiago de Compostela and A Coruña every hour. The station is directly connected through the bus stop in Urzaiz street (50 m from the station hall) with the Airport (line 9A) and the Bus Station (line 4C). There is a taxi stop in front of the station.

Vigo-Urzáiz
Adif Alta Velocidad Vigo-Urzáiz
LocationC/ Plaza de la Estación
Vigo
36201- Pontevedra
Coordinates42°14′03″N 8°42′49″W / 42.234257°N 8.713612°WCoordinates: 42°14′03″N 8°42′49″W / 42.234257°N 8.713612°W
Owned byadif
Line(s)Renfe Media Distancia:
1, 3, 6
Platforms3
Tracks6
Construction
Structure typeAt-grade
Disabled accessYes
Other information
Station code22303
History
Opened1878
Rebuilt28 September 1987
Traffic
Passengers (2018)787,182[1]

See also

References

  1. ^ "Adif - Información de estaciones - Vigo Urzáiz". ADIF. Retrieved 3 September 2019.

External links

598Vigo

Renfe class 598 at Vigo railway station.

449Vigo

Renfe class 449 at Vigo railway station.

Renfe 470 em Vigo (3776070288)

Renfe class 470 at Vigo railway station.

Trenhotel7Vigo

RENFE Class 252 locomotive and Trenhotel at Vigo railway station.

EstVigo 32

A CP class 0450 train at Vigo railway station, on an international working from Porto

Vigo railway station

Vigo railway station may refer to the following railway stations in the town of Vigo, Spain:

Vigo-Urzáiz railway station

Vigo-Guixar railway station

Vialia Vigo, a 2016 high speed railway station by architect Thom Mayne

Vigo–Peinador Airport

Vigo Airport (IATA: VGO, ICAO: LEVX) is 10 km (6.2 mi) east from the centre of Vigo and 28 km from the centre of Pontevedra (the capital of this province), and is situated in the municipalities of Redondela, Vigo and Mos, in the Province of Pontevedra, Spain.

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