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Thanks to the exclusive locations of our apartments, you will enjoy a comfortable stay tailored to your needs, just a few minutes from the city center. Forget about long trips.
  • Líbere Vitoria Aparthotel

    Relax and enjoy all the comforts in the heart of the Basque Country

    • 5 minutes walk from the Old Town.
    • Close to some of the best restaurants in the city.
    • Penthouses with best views in Vitoria.

Accommodation in Vitoria for business travelers

If you visit Vitoria for work, you will need adequate accommodation for your business trip. We offer you everything you need, from high-speed Wi-Fi to a “one stop shop” service, thanks to which we provide you with the products or services that you request in an agile and simple way.

Frequently asked questions about Vitoria

  • What is the best area to rent accommodation in Vitoria?

    The city centre is the best area to find accommodation in Vitoria. However, you can find accommodation at competitive prices in other parts of the city.

  • What is the best time of year to find accommodation in Vitoria?

    According to the data available on the internet, in May, June and August, the price of accommodation in Vitoria increases, so if you are looking for low prices, it is better to choose another time of the year. In winter, the rates go down, although you should take into account the city's climate.

  • How much do apartments in Vitoria cost on average?

    The price varies significantly depending on whether it is high or low season, the type of accommodation, the location, the number of rooms or whether it has a view or not, among other factors.


Vitoria guide

  • Things to see in Vitoria in a day

    The first option takes you to the Museum of Fine Arts, where an excellent collection of art from the XIX and XX centuries is on display. If you continue through this area you will reach the Ajuria Enea Palace which is the official residence of the Lehendakari or the Basque president.

    The second option takes you to the Mary Immaculate Cathedral (Catedral de María Inmaculada) or new cathedral (neo-Gothic) and its green areas. And right next door you can get some fresh air in Park Florida.

    Continue down Prado street to experience the hustle and bustle of Vitoria as you’ll reach the city’s most popular meeting point: the Plaza de la Virgen Blanca. Here you’ll find the monument commemorating the Battle of Vitoria in 1813, where Napoleon lost in his last attempt to conquer Spain. Here you will also find the famous Vitoria-Gasteiz grass sculpture.

    Very close to the Plaza de la Virgen Blanca is the Saint Michael’s Church (Iglesia de San Miguel), from here you can go to either the old cathedral or the Artium Museum of Modern Art.

    In the Gothic temple of Saint Mary of Vitoria (Santa María de Vitoria), in Gothic style, you can relive the second part of ‘The pillars of the Earth’ and some novels by Pérez-Reverte, Saramago and Coelho. And on your return home you can pass by the medieval wall.

  • Eating in Vitoria

    One of the reasons tourists flock to Vitoria each year is to sample the world famous Basque cuisine. Here are some ideas to help you choose where to eat in Vitoria.

    The Ikea is one of the best restaurants in Vitoria and the province. The Zaldiaran restaurant also stands out for the quality of its meats and has a Michelin star.

    If you’re looking for a vegetarian option then El Parral is the restaurant for you in Vitoria as it specializes in vegetarian food. You can even find some vegan dishes in its daily special offers. And if you are travelling with children, La Pintozzeria, where you can enjoy artisan wood-oven pizzas, is recommended. A children’s menu is also available.

    Another way to eat more informally while immersing yourself in Basque culture is by walking the streets of the city from bar to bar and eating pintxos. Savour some of the miniature culinary delights offered in the bars and restaurants of the old town. There are several companies that organise tours of the area, including tastings of pintxos and Rioja wines.

  • Businesses and shops in Vitoria

    Vitoria Gasteiz has three large commercial areas where most shops and businesses are concentrated, including the traditional ones, as well as popular chains and franchises.

    In Zapatería, Cuchillería and Herrería streets in the old town you will find small traditional shops, although in recent years this area has specialized more in hospitality services.

    In the downtown area, Postas, San Prudencio, Dato and Fueros streets make up a pedestrian thoroughfare ideal for walking around and enjoying the city life.

    Gorbea and Avenida de Gasteiz are famous for having the highest concentration of shops in the Basque capital. Conveniently, the Líbere Vitoria aparthotel is located at number 45 on Avenida Gasteiz. A few meters away you will find several ATMs and bank branches, supermarkets and pharmacies available.

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