Vitoria-Gasteiz in 1, 2 or 3 days - Day 2: Artium, La Senda and Green Belt – Tourism in Vitoria-Gasteiz

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In the morning

For this second day, you can decide between renting a bike or combining walking with public transport. As a first stop, we suggest the Artium Museum-Centre of Contemporary Art.

Then, head towards the La Senda Path. Here, you can embark on a trail among century-old trees, mansions, palaces and museums, until reaching the Romanesque San Prudencio Basilica.

At midday

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Back in the centre, you can eat at one of the gastrobars in the Produce Market (you can reach it by public transport).

In the afternoon

It's time to discover the Green Belt, starting in Salburua. It is a wetland of international importance and it houses the Ataria Interpretation Centre. Another big park is Olarizu: its hill offers one of the best panoramic views of the city.

To round off the day, enjoy dinner in one of the local establishments of the Euskadi Gastronomika(Opens in new window) club.

Other suggestions
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After visiting Artium museum or back from the Green Belt, if you go to the Medieval quarter, don't miss the Site of San Miguel(Opens in new window), one of the most special spots in Calle Correría. And for taking away a sweet souvenir, the perfect choice is our local tradition for confectionery: goxua, artisanal chocolates, truffles...

And if you have more days

Day 3: Museums, parks and Estíbaliz

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