Historic Vitoria Free Walking Tour

The most entertaining and closest tour to discover Vitoria-Gasteiz! An original guided tour, full of anecdotes and curiosities, and it seems that people enjoy it! Are you ready?

What is a Free Tour?

It is about a walking visit with a qualified guides for free. Once the tour is finished, you can put a price according to your level of satisfaction.

Things to do Historic Vitoria Free Walking Tour

Route through the Medieval Quarter and Ensanche, with history, legends, and curiosities for its charming corners and most emblematic monuments, with recommendations and suggestions so that you make the most of your stay. Let yourself be guided by Koldo, the most experienced guide! And the nicest;)

We will start in the Plaza de España . It might seem like just another square, but no. It houses a peculiar detail that makes it very special ... Next to it we will see the Plaza de la Virgen Blanca, with its famous plant sculpture, where we celebrate the start of the festivities with the descent of Celedón, a popular Alava that comes flying from the sky. . Can you believe it?

We will walk the union streets of the Old Town and you will discover why we prefer to call it the medieval Almond, and between charming corners, we will cross the old 11th century Wall, which ... does it seem to be the other way around? At the top of the city you will be surprised by the color of the impressive murals that make up this Painted City that is Vitoria-Gasteiz, and the Old Cathedral restored but "open" by works and inspiration of the novelist Ken Follet for his saga "Los Pillars of the Earth ". Speaking of books, have you read "The Silence of the White City"? We will go through some of its scenarios!

In the Plaza del Machete, where the Attorney General saw his neck in danger if he did not fulfill his mission, we will admire the Renaissance palace of Villa Suso, whose owner the ambassador of Carlos V built his "madness of lime and stone." We will finish in front of the church of San Miguel, where the White Virgin will tell us that it snowed in Vitoria on August 5 ... Come and I'll tell you!

A pleasant and fun visit in which, in addition to historical data and curiosities, you will take a series of tips to enjoy the city. Do you dare to do the Historic Vitoria Free Walking Tour?

Highlights to see in Historic Vitoria Free Walking Tour

  • Spain Square
  • Plaza de la Virgen Blanca
  • Monument to the Battle of Vitoria
  • 11th century wall
  • Santa Maria Cathedral
  • Escoriaza-Esquível Palace
  • Montehermoso Palace
  • Villasuso Palace
  • Machete Square
  • San Miguel Church

Details

Duration
1 hour 30 minutes
Language
Guide in Spanish
Price

Adult: free

Niño: free

Availability and starting time
Not available
When to book?
You can reserve up to before the activity

Included

Free Walking Tour

Excluded

Tickets

Meeting point

In front of the tourist office, under the i for information

Conditions

Super safe route! COVID-19 efforts
Our route takes the recommendations and key considerations of security and protection against Coronavirus.
How to book?
Limited availability. Book as soon as possible to guarantee availability. Choose date and fill in the required fields. Secure and protected payment. You will immediately receive your booking confirmation.
Is the interior of the monuments visited?
Only the exterior of the named sites
Is the tour adapted for people with reduced mobility?
Fully adapted
Guaranteed departures without min of travelers
Not
Are animals allowed?
Yes
Activity recommended for children?
Yes, families are welcome

Our promises

Best price guaranteed
Quick and easy reservation
Multilingual Customer Service
Secure payment

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