Vitoria-Gasteiz in a 'click'
Explore the most symbolic corners of Vitoria-Gasteiz through our 360º virtual tours. Discover the Medieval Wall, the Santa María Cathedral and the San Vicente, San Miguel and San Pedro churches; visit inside the city's main palaces and museums; observe the natural spaces of the Green Belt and discover other unique spaces.
Divide the city from the heights and look at the Medieval Quarter: the layout of its streets is shaped like an almond. You can also visit the Santa María Cathedral and the churches that beside it form the silhouette of the four towers of Vitoria-Gasteiz; the 11th century Medieval Wall, the old cold storage and the San Miguel Puerta del Solar, a corner full of charm on Calle Correría.
Vitoria-Gasteiz 360º (video)
Santa María Cathedral
Medieval Wall. Villa Suso Palace
Olave cold store
San Pedro Church
San Miguel Puerta del Solar
San Miguel Church
San Vicente Church
San Vicente Tower
Palaces and museums
Enter to see the beautiful Escoriaza-Esquivel Palace central patio; the Montehermoso Cultural Centre and the city's old water reservoir. Also don't miss the Álava Provincial Council museums: the BIBAT Archaeology and Fournier de Naipes museums, Bendaña Palace; the Museum of Natural Sciences, Doña Otxanda Tower; the Lantern Museum, which houses beautiful polychrome glass creations, the spectacular Rosary of the Lanterns glass light procession every 4 August; the Sacred Art Museum in the María Inmaculada Cathedral and the Museums of Fine Arts and Armoury, both in the Fray Francisco de Vitoria Esplanade.
Montehermoso and the old water reservoir
BIBAT - Archaeology Museum and Fournier de Naipes Museum
Natural Science Museum
Diocesan Sacred Art Museum
Museum of Fine Arts
Observe the Salburua Wetlands from one of its observatories. You can also see the Armentia Forest, which connects the Green Belt with the Vitoria Mountain Ranges. And this tour ends in Zabalgana Park, which was first restored in 1993 and today is a protected space of natural interest.
This virtual tour finishes in three unique spaces. The Produce Market Plaza retains the charm of traditional markets with the best agricultural and livestock products, several gastrobars and a multipurpose terrace. The Santa Isabel Cemetery summarises the history of the city and the role of some of its most illustrious characters since 1808, as well as numerous works of funeral art. And Our Lady of Estíbaliz Sanctuary, 8 kilometres from Vitoria-Gasteiz, is a Romanesque temple dedicated to the patron saint of Álava.
Santa Isabel Cemetery
Sanctuary of Estíbaliz
Don't miss other photographs in 360º: you'll see the Virgen Blanca Plaza, with a living plant sculpture that has become an icon of the city; Florida Park, with its musical bandstand; the Ataria lookout, the Salburua Wetlands Visitor Centre, and other corners of the city. You can also see photos of the Vitoria-Gasteiz festivities (La Blanca festivities, 4-9 August).
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