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On this old square named after the White Madonna ,patron saint of the city of Vitoria-Gasteiz ,I admired the monument which reminds us the battle fought in 1813 ,when the Duke of Wellington defeated the French .The guide told us that Beethoven wrote a special...More
This is a good place to start the walk around the old town which has its modern touches as the electric walkways (escalators) which helps avoiding some steep climbs. Beautiful old town with lovely churches well worth a visit.
Arrived in Vitoria at 7pm for a short overnight stay at the NH Canciller Ayala Vitoria while traveling with a group tour through Spain. The Plaza is a short walk from the hotel through the Parque de la Florida. I just fell in love with...More
We like the Basque Country and spent great time there but frankly speaking you can avoid to visit Vitoria-Gasteiz. The old town which is located at the top of the city and close to the Plaza de la Virgen Blanca. It is probably interesting when...More
The Plaça is in the old city center and is wonderful- there are many cafes and bars around and is full of people. I guess it can be stressful sometimes, because of the tourists, but is lovely and should be seen. There are many other...More
During your walk through the historical centre of Vitoria, you certainly will pass on the location “Plaza de la Virgen Blanca” who you can consider as one of the oldest meeting points in Vitoria-Gasteiz. In the middle of the place you will see the “Monument...More