Sloping historic square with a monument to the Battle of Vitoria of 1813. Also location of the name of the city spelled in greenery, a token of the city's designation as greenest city.
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This triangular square is the centre of Vitoria-Gasteiz. All city life starts from it. It´s quite simple and austere but it means a lot to the locals. On the top part we find the Church of Saint Michael which hosts in its interior a superb...More
We have been here a few times normally around May or June when the weather is sunny and warm. Now in November it is cold and often drizzly and wet. Much like Canada this time of year. The plaza is always a hub of activity....More
This is the best place to be for any local festival or event, because it's always at the heart of it. It is also a very convenient meeting spot - closed to everybody and full of interesting landmarks that can be used as meeting spots...More
Vitoria Gasteiz itself is a huge town but the old town is small and in the center. Expected more of the old and historic ambiance. Plaza Blanca is an okay place seemed very touristy. The restaurants around did not have much pinchos as we expected...More
If you like to walk, take several circles inside approximately 1 km radius from this place! The Old city of Vitoria is beautiful and not too crowdy. Authentic Europe in its best.
A wonderful large oddly shaped square on a slope, rising up towards the old town, and overlooked by the Statue of the Virgen Bianca, in front one of Vitoria's many beautiful Churches. In the centre is a large memorial to the Battle of Vitoria, 'for...More
There is the usual line up of cafes and bars. I think this is the place where fountains pop up from the pavement, so beware!
The plaza was beautiful, but very busy in the bars around it, though we were able to get seats at a terrace bar (though not on the shady side, so had to rely on the parasols to keep the sun off). Not a place to...More