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Me and my family had a look today- is ok, there is not too much left from the wall, but you can get an idea of how it was. The walk around it was actually much nicer than the wall itself. Cannot really recommend as...More
During your visit into the historical centre of Vitoria-Gasteiz, you will pass pieces from the “Medieval Walls” of the village, this because the location who are accessible for the public are only a small part of the walls. Vitoria was in the medieval time a...More
We spent a few hours in the centro area and you can’t help come across parts of the City walls. A shame it’s not fully visible but when you research the history of the City it is interesting to understand why, a free attraction.
Took a walking tour. Although very little has been saved from the old wall, it is interesting too see and it is well restored. There is a lovely hidden garden behind the palace of FVC, but the entrancevis closed and only could be seen, if...More
Are you into castles and churches? Please visit Vitoria, the capital of the Basque territory in Spain. The most gorgeous medieval buildings, rich food and amazing hospitality. And if you are in the mood for nice beaches, San Sebastian is just 30 minites away.
At first the atmosphere in this town felt a little uptight. Lot's a bars, lot's of young people hanging around, quite hard rock or alternative. We did not know what to make of it. Unexpectedly we ran into a lot of murals in this town....More