Weekend in Vitoria / Gasteiz


Weekend to discover the hidden gem of the Basque Country. In it you will learn medieval, renaissance, modern history and an immense green ring that has earned it worldwide recognition

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Catedral de Santa María


Gothic fortress cathedral

  • It is advisable to go to the top of the tower to observe the city from above. You can buy a joint ticket and access the guided tour.


  • Another aspect to take into account is the Pórtico de la Luz, a show that takes place at dusk, in which the play of lights reflects the history of the cathedral.


  • It is possible to request a visit by calling the telephone number in this guide beforehand.


  • It was built between the 13th and 14th centuries. Gothic in style, it was built as a temple-fortress, to form part of the defense of Vitoria.


  • Until 1861, when it obtained the category of cathedral, it was a collegiate church, between the years 1496 and 1861.


  • It has a plant in the shape of a cross and a transept where the chapels open.


  • The facades are masterpieces. The main one consists of three covers: dedicated to the Virgin, San Gil and the Last Judgment.


  • There is a museum in the Crypt that shows the history of the building and the city.


  • This is undoubtedly one of the central points of the city. Its religious value, its architectural beauty and its towers make it a unique place.


  • Cathedral and Tower Ticket: € 10.5


  • +34 945 255 135


  • 1 h - 2 h


  • schedule Subject to business hours

    local_activity No ticket needed

    Plaza Santa María, 3 - 01001


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Casco Viejo


One of the best preserved in Europe

  • Get lost in the streets of the Old Town and absorb the essence of the city.


  • If you are interested in learning more about some of its most representative buildings, do not hesitate to pay them a separate visit.


  • Check the routes and routes available at the tourist office.


  • The Historic Center of Vitoria retains much of its original layout. It sits on a hill and is shaped like an almond, a name by which many know it.


  • It is surrounded by an 11th century medieval wall that preserves almost half of its original structure.


  • The Old Town, in addition to its lively streets, offers the visitor a multiplicity of attractions: medieval houses, Renaissance palaces, religious buildings and highly attractive squares.


  • On Saturday mornings the attractive Almond Market is organized, where it is possible to discover and buy various products. Among the main points that cannot be missed in the visit, the following stand out: ○ Escoriaza-Esquivel Palace ○ Villasuso Palace ○ Montehermoso Palace ○ Machete Square ○ Cutlery Street


  • The Old Town is characterized by being one of those that has best preserved its essence, which invites you to get lost among its streets of Renaissance palaces, squares and museums.


  • Free


  • 945 16 15 98/945 16 15 99.


  • 1 h - 2 h


  • schedule Subject to business hours

    local_activity No ticket needed

    Tourist Office: October to June: Monday to Saturday: from 10:00 to 19:00. Sundays and holidays: from 11:00 to 14:00. July, August and September: Monday to Sunday: 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Location: Plaza España, 1. 01001. Vitoria-Gasteiz


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Muralla Medieval


Centennial defensive enclosure

  • This visit deepens and shows a different look at the walled enclosure.


  • It is best to buy a ticket combining this visit with the Cathedral and the tower to have a much more complete perspective.


  • To carry out the visit, it is recommended to make a reservation in advance, since the number of people who visit it in each shift is 15 people.


  • Much of the wall was discovered during excavation work in the basement of the Cathedral, in 2001.


  • From there, the restoration work continued so that today a good part of the medieval history of Gasteiz can be admired and learned.


  • The order for the construction of the ancient wall was ordered in the 11th century, during the reign of Sancho VI. Then it surrounded the village located on the hill.


  • In 1202 the town was expanded and a second ring was built that connects with the old one in the Portal San Bartolomé. There are practically no remains of this phase. In 1256 a third and final phase of expansion of the wall began, which allowed the defense of the entire city.


  • Since 2006 there are day and night guided tours of the wall. They are managed by the Cathedral Foundation, which also manages the restoration.


  • Thanks to the restoration work, the city was awarded the “Europa Nostra” prize, which recognizes this type of initiative.


  • The Wall of Vitoria collects a good part of the history and urbanization of the city. That is why it is essential to discover and go through it. You can do the joint visit (Cathedral + walls) and take advantage of a complete guide.


  • Free if done for free.


  • 945 255 135


  • 15 min - 30 min


  • schedule Subject to business hours

    local_activity No ticket needed

    If you want to do a guided tour, you must buy the ticket.


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Aihotz Plaza


A mythical and medieval corner

  • It is worth spending a few minutes here and traveling back in time thanks to its buildings, architecture and appearance.


  • It is advisable to enter the Church of San Miguel and observe the chapel of the Virgen Blanca, patron saint of the city.


  • The square is located in a central place. It is adjacent to the Plaza de la Virgen Blanca and the Church of San Miguel and the Palace of Villa Suso and Los Arquillos are located there.


  • Much of its charm is in the history that it preserves, thanks to the facades that surround it and the cobblestones of medieval origin that it still preserves.


  • Its name comes from the machete that is kept in the apse of the San Miguel Church. The origin of this machete has to do with the fact that the Attorney General renewed his oath with the people on a machete. The breach meant his death.


  • The essential sites of this square are: ○ The Church of San Miguel: Gothic Renaissance temple from the 14th century. ○ The Palace of Villa Suso. ○ Los Arquillos


  • Located in the southern part of the Old Town, this square has a lot of history and a particular charm, hence it is recommended to visit it.


  • Free


  • 15 min - 30 min


  • schedule Subject to business hours

    local_activity No ticket needed


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Plaza de España


Beautiful arcaded square where to see the City Hall

  • While you admire the architecture of this square, sit in one of its typical tapas and pinchos bars.


  • The Plaza de España was built in 1781 by the architect Justo Antonio de Olaguíbel and was constituted on the border between the old part and the Ensanche, at that time under construction.


  • It is neoclassical in style and is characterized by its arcaded structure and its large dimensions.


  • It was initially conceived to develop festivals, celebrations, commercial markets and bullfights.


  • In it you will find the Town Hall and the Municipal Tourist Office.


  • Through the west door, you enter the Plaza de la Virgen Blanca, both considered the main squares in Vitoria.


  • Throughout its history, it has been baptized in various ways. In addition to Plaza de España and Plaza Nueva, it was known as Plaza de la Constitución, Plaza Mayor and Plaza de Alfonso XIII, among others.


  • It is a large arcaded square that impresses and invites you to sit in one of its many bars and terraces.


  • Free


  • 0 min - 15 min


  • schedule Subject to business hours

    local_activity No ticket needed

    Address: Plaza de España s / n, 01001 Vitoria-Gasteiz


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Parque de La Florida


A green space of 35 thousand square meters

  • Do not miss the opportunity to explore this immense and beautiful green space and discover, among the number of species, the 140-year-old American Black Walnut or the 40-meter high Virginia Tulip.


  • Tour and delight in the small Japanese Garden known as "Garden of Water".


  • The Florida Park is located in the heart of the city and has 35 thousand square meters made up of various species of trees.


  • It is in the expansion of Vitoria and is considered a true botanical garden of romantic style, typical of the nineteenth century in which it was designed.


  • Its hectares offer winding roads, small lakes and forests.


  • It has more than 95 species of trees and 79 of shrubs in which conifers, willows, and horse chestnuts abound.


  • Vitoria is characterized by being a city that offers green and healthy spaces and this site is the most emblematic. It is highly recommended to get to know it and visit it to find out why Vitoria is considered a sustainable city.


  • Free


  • 1 h - 2 h


  • schedule Subject to business hours

    local_activity No ticket needed


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Bibat, Museo de Arqueología y Museo Fournier de Naipes de Álava


Amazing museum complex

  • It is a real surprise to visit both museums, especially to know the collections of cards.


  • Pay attention to the palace's arcade courtyard and the old card machine.


  • The Playing Card Museum is located in the Bendaña Palace, built in the 16th century in a Renaissance style and located in the heart of the Old Town.


  • Inside it houses one of the five most complete collections of playing cards in the world. It shows copies of playing cards from the five continents and exhibits an old machine from the creator of the Spanish deck, Heraclio Fournier.


  • In the surroundings, the Archeology Museum is located, where the samples of all the archaeological works of Álava from the XIX century are exposed. Items ranging from prehistory to the Middle Ages are displayed.


  • Bibat means “two in one” in Basque and houses the Fournier Playing Cards Museum and the Alava Archeology Museum. An interesting and worth exploring mix.


  • First Saturday of each month: free Individual: € 3. Groups (minimum 10 people): € 2 / person. Over 65s and unemployed: € 1. Young people from 12 to 18 years old, students and members of Associations of Friends of Museums: € 1. Up to 12 years and ICOM members: free access.


  • 945 20 37 07


  • 30 min - 1 h


  • schedule Subject to business hours

    local_activity No ticket needed

    Tuesday to Friday: 10:00 - 14:00 and 16:00 - 18:30 Saturdays: 10:00 - 14:00 Sundays and Holidays: 11:00 - 14:00 Monday closed Location: C / Cuchillería, 54. 01001 Vitoria-Gasteiz


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Palacio "Escoriaza-Esquivel"


Exponent of Renaissance

  • If you are interested in knowing its interior and admiring its grandiose cloister, contact the Tourist Office to ask if they carry out guided group visits.


  • The palace is a 16th century construction and belonged to Fernán López de Escoriaza, doctor to Henry VIII of England and his wife Victoria de Anda y Esquivel.


  • Its owners never resided in the palace. First they lived in London and then Escoriaza was in charge of the health care of Emperor Charles V.


  • The structure has a square plan with two floors and an interesting sculptural work on the facade, whose façade is in the Plateresque style.


  • In its main door there are two effigies belonging to the same owners. Theseus and Hercules are also represented.


  • Since 2010, the building belongs to the City Council when it reached an agreement with the until then owner of the monumental complex, the Fundación Patronato Eclesiástico de Aguirre.


  • Currently it is only possible to access through previously agreed group visits.


  • It is considered the best preserved example within this type of construction and can be confirmed by an external visit.


  • Free.


  • 945 16 15 98/945 16 15 99


  • 15 min - 30 min


  • schedule Subject to business hours

    local_activity No ticket needed

    For more information, consult the Tourist office. Location: C / Fray Zacarías Martínez 5


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Artium, Centro-Museo Vasco de Arte Contemporáneo


One of the most complete modern collections

  • Visit the museum and enjoy the extra activities it offers.


  • If you are with children, do not miss the programs that the museum offers on weekends for the little ones. It is a different way to discover contemporary art. A prior registration must be made.


  • The Basque Museum of Contemporary Art is located where the old bus station used to be, 50 meters from another of the emblematic museums such as the BIbat.


  • It was inaugurated in 2002 and consists of some three thousand pieces of contemporary art of its own that bring together works by Basque and Spanish artists such as Picasso, Miró, Barceló, Chillida, Oteiza and Cristina Iglesias, among others.


  • It also has a complete program of temporary exhibitions of an excellent level.


  • In addition, it is a versatile and dynamic space that offers a multiplicity of artistic activities such as cinema, conferences, performing arts, and workshops, among other activities.


  • The visit to this museum is of great interest because it is considered one of the most important exponents of Basque and Spanish art in recent years.


  • It is very well located, next to the Old Town and is worth visiting for the diversity of activities it offers.


  • General rate: € 5 Large family> 14 years: € 2.50 Students, unemployed and retired: € 2 Children under 14 and Artium friends: free. Activities for children: Adults: € 4. Children: € 1.


  • 945 20 90 00


  • 1 h - 2 h


  • schedule Subject to business hours

    local_activity No ticket needed

    Tuesday to Friday: from 11:00 to 14:00 and from 17:00 to 20:00. Saturdays, Sundays and holidays: 11:00 to 20:00. Monday except holidays closed. Mini Artium: Saturday mornings: children from 5 to 11 years old. Saturday afternoons: young people from 13 to 16 years old. Sundays for children from 3 to 5 years old. Address: C / Francia, nº 24. 01002 Vitoria-Gasteiz


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Palacio de Villa Suso


Symbol of the Renaissance of Vitoria

  • We recommend visiting it and, among other elements, not lose sight of the beautiful Flemish tapestry from the 16th century that represents the Flight of Aeneas and his family from Troy.


  • Inquire at the Tourist Office for the guided tours that take place during the summer and Easter.


  • It was ordered to be built in 1539 by the Ambassador of the Court of Carlos V, Martín de Salinas.


  • It has a very particular shape because it was built on the old wall and taking into account the unevenness of the land.


  • As interesting elements are the remains of the wall that are still preserved in its interior structure.


  • Also striking is the old main door in the highest part, with columns and the shield of the Salinas. It is currently owned by the City Council and congresses, exhibitions and workshops are held there.


  • We continue the tour visiting one of the Renaissance palaces that the city treasures, located precisely in the Plaza del Machete.


  • Consult the Tourist Office


  • 34 945 161 260


  • 15 min - 30 min


  • schedule Subject to business hours

    local_activity No ticket needed

    Check schedules at the Tourist Office (945 161 598) Location: Plaza del Machete, s / n, 01001 Vitoria-Gasteiz


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Casa del Cordón


Civil Gothic style, accommodation of Felipe and Juana la Loc

  • If you are interested in delving into history, discovering various architectural styles and curiosities from another era, don't miss this visit.


  • It won't take you long to visit the place, but it will really be worth it.


  • It is a construction from the 13th-15th century that houses a medieval tower around which the house was built.


  • It belonged to Pedro Sánchez de Bilbao, a wealthy merchant of the time and today it houses the headquarters of the Caja Vital Foundation.


  • Its façade consists of three entrances with pointed arches and inside it is worth visiting the Gothic room and its polychrome vault.


  • It owes its name to the San Francisco cordon that surrounds one of the doors.


  • It is worth your visit since it is an emblematic place, the civil Gothic, as well as for having been the lodging place of Felipe el Hermoso and Juana La Loca, as well as Pope Adriano VI.


  • Free


  • + 34 945 064 363


  • 15 min - 30 min


  • schedule Subject to business hours

    local_activity No ticket needed

    Monday to Friday, from 8:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. and from 4:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Closed: Friday afternoon. Location: Calle Cuchillería, 24. 01001


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Centro Cívico Aldabe


Vitoria in colors. Outdoor art

  • We recommend that you visit the page muralismopúblico.com where you can have complete information about the project, visits, schedules and prices.


  • To know and understand these works of art it is best to do it through a guided tour. In it you will know the story behind the mural.


  • The murals on the facades of the Historic Quarter are part of the Mural Itinerary created in 2007 with the aim of generating a space for participatory art.


  • Since its inception, the initiative generated more than 13 large-scale muralism workshops and in 2013 it was extended to the working-class neighborhood of Zaramaga.


  • Guided tours are currently offered that run through the itinerary and provide an explanatory look at the project.


  • The murals that are erected in large buildings in the Old Town are true public works of art that surprise and amaze.


  • They start from a project by local artists of muralism workshops and a participatory culture to provide the city with paintings and art.


  • Guided tours: Adult: € 8 -Minimum groups of 6 people. • Various groups (retirees, schoolchildren, unemployed, people with disabilities.): € 7 • Children under 6 years old (accompanied by an adult): free • Children between 6-14 years old (accompanied by an adult) € 6


  • 633-184-457


  • 30 min - 1 h


  • schedule Subject to business hours

    local_activity No ticket needed


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Catedral de María Inmaculada, Madre de la Iglesia


Exemplary par excellence of the Neo-Gothic

  • It is worth doing this visit. It does not take too long and allows you to admire a work of these characteristics built in the last century.


  • Pay attention to the gargoyles on the outside, typical of this type of architectural style.


  • Every day except Sundays, there are guided tours inside the Cathedral.


  • The Cathedral of María Inmaculada or New Cathedral was erected when a new Diocese of Bizkaia, Araba and Gipuzkoa was created in 1862.


  • Construction began in 1904 and ended in 1969, on a site of the former Convent of Las Brígidas.


  • The temple has a plan in the shape of a Latin cross, with five naves, an ambulatory and a crypt.


  • In the ambulatory is located the Diocesan Museum of Sacred Art of Álava, which keeps very interesting elements.


  • This stop is interesting as a way to appreciate a neo-Gothic construction built in the last century and to visit both versions of the cathedral.


  • Free


  • +34 945 101 070 / +34 945 133


  • 30 min - 1 h


  • schedule Subject to business hours

    local_activity No ticket needed

    Monday to Saturday: 11:00 - 14:00


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Museo de Bellas Artes


Located in the Palace of Augustin Zulueta

  • Do not forget to visit and pay attention to its beautiful gardens surrounded by stairways, willows and sculptures by Basque artists.


  • Pay attention to the large carved wooden staircase and the interior lobby, true works of art.


  • Visit the permanent exhibition that exhibits works from the Prado Museum deposits.


  • Keep in mind that the first Saturday of each month is free.


  • The Museum of Fine Arts stands on the old Palace of Augusti Zulueta, built in 1912 by the same architects who built the New Cathedral.


  • It was a private residence and presents decorative elements of the most varied, between the Baroque, Renaissance and Neo-Basque.


  • Currently, it houses a collection of Spanish art from the 18th and 19th centuries and is dedicated to Basque art from 1850-1950.


  • Among the most important are works by Zuloaga, Maestu, Díaz de Olano and Aspiazu.


  • We continue to discover the most important corners of Vitoria and we cannot miss this museum housed in a beautiful palace from the early 20th century.


  • Whether it is for lovers of Spanish art from the 18th and 19th centuries or for those who are interested in knowing the architectural beauty of the Palace, this visit is worth it.


  • Individual: € 3. Groups (minimum 10 people): € 2 / person. Over 65s and unemployed: € 1. Young people from 12 to 18 years old, students and members of Associations of Friends of Museums: € 1. Up to 12 years and ICOM members: free access.


  • +34 945 18 19 18


  • 1 h - 2 h


  • schedule Subject to business hours

    local_activity No ticket needed


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Plaza de los Fueros


A corner to discover

  • It is recommended to visit this square because of how iconic and original it is. Accepted and rejected precisely for being far from the typical characteristics.


  • It has bars and shops around it. Ideal for a stop.


  • The Plaza de los Fueros is currently a triangle in which several important streets converge in the expansion of the city.


  • Originally the building in the Plaza de Abastos was located here, resisted at the time by the merchants who defended the sale in small establishments.


  • In 1981, the architect Ganchegui and sculptor Chillida was commissioned with a memorial to the fueros, commemorating their abolition in 1876.


  • Its structure, made of pink granite, consists of two levels, a pediment, a bowling alley, an oxen testing ground and a bleacher.


  • This structure was not very well received by the inhabitants, due to its apparent discomfort.


  • Despite the debates, it is an iconic node worth visiting, especially: ○ The statue Tribute to the Fueros, the work of Chillida. ○ Enjoy one of the outdoor shows.


  • One of the busiest places in the city, which connects the main streets and is always packed with people. It is recommended to visit it for this reason.


  • Free


  • 0 min - 15 min


  • schedule Subject to business hours

    local_activity No ticket needed

    Location: Plaza de los Fueros, 01001 Vitoria-Gasteiz


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El Caminante


Unique sculpture where to take a photo

  • It has become an emblematic work of Vitoria, very close to the Plaza Nueva and in the central area of the city. Therefore, it is recommended not to stop passing by, meet her and take a picture with the figure of the Walker.


  • It is a 3 and a half meter high sculpture built in 1985 by the artist Juan José Eguizábal.


  • It is located in the heart of Vitoria, in the Plaza del Arca and represents an extremely thin young man on the move.


  • In principle, the sculpture was made of fiberglass and polyester but it was modified in 1989 for bronze to make it more resistant.


  • It represents a person in the act of walking who, passing through the city and so fascinated by Vitoria, decides to stay there.


  • One should not leave Vitoria without stopping for a few minutes to contemplate this curious urban sculpture that has become an icon of the city.


  • Free


  • 0 min - 15 min


  • schedule Subject to business hours

    local_activity No ticket needed


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Calle Eduardo Dato


The commercial area par excellence

  • To visit a commercial area, we recommend you stroll down Calle Dato, which is brimming with activity.


  • Take the opportunity to take a souvenir or simply sit in one of its many gastronomic places.


  • The Ensanche is the most commercial district of Vitoria, located to the south of the old part.


  • It formed the part of the city beyond the walls and is where the fairs and markets were held.


  • After more than six hundred years of being within the walls, Vitoria begins to expand outside of them. In 1781 it began to be urbanized with the construction of the Plaza de España, the starting point in the subsequent building efforts.


  • Los Arquillos abound in this sector of the city. It is about various squares and constructions erected at different levels to save the twenty meters of unevenness of the terrain existing in this part.


  • Among the most emblematic buildings and spaces are: ○ The Plaza de la Virgen Blanca. ○ Plaza de los Fueros. ○ Florida Walk. ○ Machete Square ○ Palace of the Provincial Council. ○ Plaza of Spain.


  • Located near the Old Town, it is the most commercial area of Vitoria. Visiting it is a success.


  • Free


  • 30 min - 1 h


  • schedule Subject to business hours

    local_activity No ticket needed


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Plaza de la Virgen Blanca


Emblem of a victory and celebration core

  • As essential in this square, we recommend: sitting on one of its many terraces and enjoying a tapas or delicious food.


  • It is recommended that you observe the square from the balcony of San Miguel, next to the statue of Celedón, and that you enjoy the various constructions that surround the square.


  • If you are visiting between August 4 and 9, don't miss the most important celebration in the city.


  • It was built in the 17th century and historically was part of the suburbs and medieval markets were held beyond the walls.


  • In the center you can see the monument to the battle of Vitoria, commemorating the battle and victory of the allied troops in June 1813, which meant the withdrawal of the Napoleonic troops by José Bonaparte.


  • To the north of it stands the San Miguel church, which is attached to Plaza España.


  • The central festivities of the Virgen Blanca, patron saint of the city, are held here. They are the most important festivals and every August 4 brings together locals and tourists with the Bajada de Celedón from the tower of the Church of San Miguel.


  • One of the most emblematic squares in the city. In addition to being a meeting place due to its space and because several streets converge on it towards the Ensanche, it is fundamental due to its historical weight as it was the protagonist of the Battle of Vitoria in 1813.


  • Free


  • 15 min - 30 min


  • schedule Subject to business hours

    local_activity No ticket needed

    Address: Plaza de la Virgen Blanca, 01001 Vitoria-Gasteiz


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Parque de Salburua


Fundamental part of the Green Belt of Vitoria

  • We recommend going first to the Ataria Interpretation Center and from there, take one of the marked itineraries to visit and get to know the wetland. The visits are self-guided and the park has several panels to facilitate the tour.


  • Don't miss the chance to admire the spectacular views from the raised viewpoint of the Interpretation Center to get a different view of Salburua.


  • You can rent a bike and do the total tour of the Green Belt in just over 2 hours.


  • The Salburua green space was created in 1994 as part of a work to recover the natural ecosystem of the region, characterized by the wetland.


  • It is located to the east of Vitoria and consists of 206 hectares that are made up of two main lagoons, an oak grove and areas of prairies.


  • It is the most important natural area of the Green Belt and is highly visited by city dwellers and tourists.


  • It is considered the most important wetland in Europe and the great diversity of birds makes it an extremely tempting site for those who enjoy ornithology.


  • It consists of 9 km of road and various routes to travel it. The itineraries are divided into colors to facilitate their identification: blue for birds, white for invertebrates, green for botany and yellow for amphibians and reptiles.


  • In addition, it has an Ataria Interpretation Center and two special bird observatories to learn about the natural wealth.


  • The Interpretation Center has two floors dedicated to information on Salburua and a viewpoint from which the wetlands can be seen.


  • If you like nature, you will enjoy this beautiful tour, one of the best you can do in the city.


  • Free


  • 945 254 759


  • 2 h - 4 h


  • schedule Subject to business hours

    local_activity No ticket needed


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Jardín botánico de Olárizu


Entertainment and education in a natural environment

  • We recommend starting the visit at the Casa de la Dehesa, there you can visit the Visitor Center, learn about the different itineraries you can do and rent a bicycle.


  • Choose one of the marked itineraries: the return to the Olarizu Botanical Garden, Temperate Forests, Mediterranean Forests, Sub-Mediterranean Forests, Boreal and High Mountain Forests.


  • It is located in the southern part of the city, at the foot of Mount Olarizu and forms part of the Green Belt of Vitoria.


  • It has 120 hectares in which it houses a great diversity of plant species, managing to conserve more than a thousand.


  • Among all the species, it represents mainly those that form the European forests.


  • In addition to the fields and the Botanical Garden, the main sites to visit in Olarizu are La Casa de la Dehesa, which is the Visitor Center and offers an exhibition space that provides information on the plant world.


  • The Casa de la Dehesa also houses the Center for Environmental Studies (CEA).


  • This beautiful Botanical Garden is ideal to combine recreational activities with the possibility of obtaining information about the plant and animal world of the region.


  • You can enjoy doing sports activities, walking or even having a picnic. You can also ascend the hill and from there see the plain.


  • Free


  • 945 16 26 96


  • 2 h - 4 h


  • schedule Subject to business hours

    local_activity No ticket needed

    The Olarizu Botanical Garden is a public park with no time limits for access, except for the space dedicated to the Garden of Useful Plants. Useful Plants Garden Hours: ○ October 1 to March 31: 08:30 - 17:45 ○ April 1 to September 30: 08:00 - 21:00 Hours of attention to the public at Casa de la Dehesa and bike rental: ○ June 2019: Friday from 10:30 to 15:00. Saturdays and Sundays, from 10.00-14: 00 and from 16: 00-20: 00. ○ July and August 2019: Thursday and Friday from 10: 30-15: 00. Saturdays, Sundays and holidays from 10.00-14: 00 and from 16: 00-20: 00. ○ September 2019: Friday and Thursday the 12th, from 10: 30-15: 00. Days 20 and 27 closed. Saturdays, Sundays, holidays and the 11th, from 10: 00-14: 00 and from 16: 00-20: 00. ○ October 2019: Thursday and Friday 10th and 11th, from 10:



9 Ratings

alichispix

alichispix

Busqué esta guía para conocer su rica historia, su casco histórico me ofreció sabor y leyenda. La plaza del Machete es extraordinaria y el Museo de bellas artes, rodeado de árboles que le dan vitalidad. Un colirio a los ojos.

19/08/2020

josemartin

josemartin

Vitória es una ciudad preciosa, he coincidido en la Fiesta de la Virgen Blanca, justamente el 4 de agosto y es digna de visitar.

12/08/2020

alejandrita

alejandrita

Lo Vazco me llamo por su historia y elegancia, el Casco histórico está muy bien conservado al igual que la hermosa plaza de España, ¡espectacular!.

03/08/2020

familiadiazrosas

familiadiazrosas

Una ciudad con historia que he podido recorrer gracias a los consejos de esta guía!

02/08/2020

ignacional

ignacional

la información que ofrece esta guía es excepcional. recomendado

17/07/2020

irene67

irene67

Gran experiencia en esta preciosa ciudad. Lo tiene todo y el itinerario que ofrece esta guía resulta increíblemente útil.

23/10/2019

james

james

Me ha sorprendido para bien! El cocodrilo en vivo es brutal🔝

21/10/2019

clauuu

clauuu

Una maravillosa guía para recorrer Vitoria a pie

17/10/2019

koldomoreno

koldomoreno

Muy completa con información valiosa.

26/09/2019