Vitoria-Gasteiz: Capital of the Basque Country

Located in the middle of the Alavesa Plain, our city has always been a hub of communications, an open route and bridge between Europe and the rest of the peninsula.

It is located less than one hour from Bilbao, one hour from Pamplona, ​​two hours from Santander, three hours from Zaragoza and less than four hours from Madrid.

Why is Vitoria one of the “Best of the world” National Geographic travel destinations?

The Basque capital stands out for having a fascinating history, as well as a cultural DNA that extends throughout the city.

Selected by the Viajes National Geographic editorial office in the Culture & History category, this city has been standing out for years for its way of understanding sustainability, but also for having been able to endow its green urbanism with many works of art and with a cultural program or the height of the great metropolises of the country.

National Geographic Viajes - Vitoria-Gasteiz

FESTIVAL VENUES

Teatro Principal Antzokia

The Antzokia Main Theater has a capacity of 990 people. The entrance is found on the iconic San Prudencio street, a pedestrian street perpendicular to Eduardo Dato and Fueros streets.

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Mendizorrotza

Festival de Jazz de Vitoria-Gasteizko Jazzaldia

The Mendizorrotza Sports Center has hosted some of the most memorable concerts of the Vitoria-Gasteiz Jazz Festival. The space has a capacity for 4,000 people. The entrances to the enclosure are located in Plaza Amadeo García de Salazar, in front of the parking area.

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