Vitoria-Gasteiz in 1, 2 or 3 days - Day 3: Museums, parks and Estíbaliz – Tourism in Vitoria-Gasteiz

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In the morning

We suggest you visit some of the cultural establishments you've yet to see in the Medieval Quarter and the Ensanche: the Montehermoso Cultural Centre, the Natural Science Museum or the Museum of Sacred Art, in the New Cathedral.

To complement your day with parks and gardens, behind this last temple you'll find the Obispo Fernández de Piérola Gardens. And, a little further away, another three alternatives: the Arriaga Park, Judimendi and San Martín.

At midday

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The Gastroguía de Álava (Álava Food Guide) will bring you suggestions for eating well in the establishments in Vitoria-Gasteiz or the rest of the territory.

In the afternoon

Don't miss the Sanctuary of Our Lady of Estibaliz, a Romanesque jewel that's less than 10 km away. And check out other nearby spots in the cuadrillas (regions of Álava) more natural spaces and the rest of the proposals of the Álava Province Council(Opens in new window).

Other suggestions
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The wines from Rioja Alavesa and Txakoli from Álava are of international prestige. You can find them in bars, restaurants, wineries and wine cellars.

And the Painted City will let you discover murals supporting equality, celebrating a variety of backgrounds, winks to local history... Art and acceptance on the city façades.

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