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The capital of Spain’s Basque Country has a delightful selection of cultural heritage museums with a sumptuous smattering of some of Spain’s best tapas and pintxo bars. The city’s old town consists of an incredible concentration of centuries-old buildings, all rounded out by a friendly and lively population with a healthy student contingent to ensure a perfect blend of classical and modern tastes.

Vitoria-Gasteiz offers a wide variety of affordable hotel options.

Neighbourhoods of Vitoria-Gasteiz‎

Explore Vitoria-Gasteiz’s captivating neighbourhoods‎:

  • Casco Viejo: The city’s old town is a beautiful centre of history and heritage. Take your pick from a wide variety of first-rate museums, before finishing your night off in a delicious and rustic tapas bar.
  • Centro : Vitoria’s more modern centre is still home to some great heritage museums, particularly around La Florida park. You’ll find the train station here along with some delightful accommodation options.
  • Coronación : This region to the west was developed in the 20th century and houses some fine cafes and hotels. Gorbea Street which runs through this district is noted for its bars and nightlife.
  • Zaramaga : Home to Parque de Molinuevo, this northern neighbourhood offers peaceful stays just moments from the old town area. The area is primarily residential with a number of markets and plazas, including Plaza del tres de marzo and Llodio Square.

What to see and do in Vitoria-Gasteiz‎

Vitoria has a wealth of excellent attractions and activities. Artium is the city's premier modern art gallery, housing some very important and engrossing artworks by local and national artists. The nearby Museo de Bellas Artes contains a wealth of 18th and 19th century pieces. Museo Diocesano de Arte Sacro is another important art space containing biblical artworks spanning the centuries, including early Christian carvings. Bibat is the city's must-visit history museum, covering the region’s history from the Bronze Age. Meanwhile, Museo de Armería contains a host of military artefacts, including important items from Spanish history and world events. The city's religious buildings are also a pleasure to behold. The Catedral de Santa María, Catedral de María Inmaculada and Iglesia de San Miguel Arcángel span the 13th and 20th centuries.

What to eat in Vitoria-Gasteiz‎

Awarded the National Gastronomic Capital title in 2014, Vitoria is a foodie's paradise. Chief among all experiences here are the pintxo bars, where you can sample a smattering of regional tapas dishes in cosy settings. Look out for classics like gilda (anchovies with pickled peppers), pinchos de tortilla (Spanish omelette), chistorra y padron (sausage and peppers) and corquetas de papas (potato crouquettes). Angulas (eels) and pulpo pinchose (octopus) are also very popular and delicious.

Typical events and festivals in Vitoria-Gasteiz‎

Vitoria has a strong tradition celebrating a number of festivals and events. In August, the city celebrates its patron saint, la Virgen Blanca, with processions, concerts and fireworks over several days. Other notable events include Fiestas da San Prudencio in April and Noche de las velas, pista de hielo y Belén Monumental en Navidad (Christmas) in December. You'll also find a rich variety of cultural events, including a Jazz Festival (July), Azkena Rock Festival (June) and an International Theatre Festival (October), among other highlights.

How to move around in Vitoria-Gasteiz‎

Vitoria has a well-connected rail and bus network to get you throughout the area. The city centre itself is very bike-friendly. You can rent bikes via Capital Bikes or hire a car to explore the wider Basque Country.

The climate in Vitoria-Gasteiz‎

Vitoria has a temperate climate with notable rain throughout the year. You can expect highs of 25°C in summer and lows of 1°C in winter. Although summers are generally drier, you can still expect up to 5 rainy days in warmer months.

More interesting facts about and sights in Vitoria-Gasteiz‎

Vitoria has a number of fine bodegas offering up spectacular wines. If you'd like to explore one of Spain's most beloved wine countries, head to nearby Rioja Alavesa, home to spectacular and fruity Tempranillo-based wines.

Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Vitoria-Gasteiz

The most centrally located hotels in Vitoria-Gasteiz with the best ratings are: Hotel Silken Ciudad De Vitoria, Hotel Nh Canciller Ayala Vitoria and Residence Dato 2.

It depends on the category of the hotel. If you want to stay at a 4-star hotel in Vitoria-Gasteiz, the average price per night is 34 , while you will pay an average of 34 for a 3-star hotel, and in a more luxurious 5-star hotel, you"ll pay around 37 .

Hotel Duque De Wellington and Gran Hotel Lakua are the closest ones to Vitoria.

If you need a hotel with disabled access in Vitoria-Gasteiz, we recommend Hotel Palacio De Elorriaga, Sercotel Boulevard Vitoria-gasteiz and Apartamentos Dream Park.

According to our clients, if you´re travelling with children, the best hotels in Vitoria-Gasteiz are Apartamentos Dream Park, Sercotel Boulevard Vitoria-gasteiz and Hotel Palacio De Elorriaga.

If you want to save time, the hotels in Vitoria-Gasteiz with express check-in and check-out are Sercotel Boulevard Vitoria-gasteiz, Hotel Dato and Hotel La Bilbaina.

Some of the options for hotels with non-smoking rooms in Vitoria-Gasteiz are Hotel Palacio De Elorriaga, Apartamentos Dream Park and Hotel Holiday Inn Express Vitoria.

In Vitoria-Gasteiz, Hotel Palacio De Elorriaga, Sercotel Boulevard Vitoria-gasteiz and Hotel Holiday Inn Express Vitoria offer 24-hour front desk service.

If you're bringing a vehicle, we recommend that you book a hotel with parking in Vitoria-Gasteiz, like Sercotel Boulevard Vitoria-gasteiz, Hotel Holiday Inn Express Vitoria or Jardines De Uleta Suites.

The best-rated hotels in Vitoria-Gasteiz with a gym are Sercotel Boulevard Vitoria-gasteiz, Jardines De Uleta Suites and Gran Hotel Lakua.