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Vitoria-Gasteiz has been awarded the European Green Capital in 2012 thanks to its commitment to the environment in areas such as recycling, mobility or intelligent use of water.
Vitoria-Gasteiz has committed itself to sustainable urbanism with a wide range of green zones for their citizens, cycle lane and a good public transport service system.
Vitoria has its own airport at 8 Km from the city center. Vitoria airport has very low passenger influx. If you decide to rent a car in Vitoria or in the airport, you will enjoy the city of Vitoria and the province of Alava in depth. The car hire companies which work in Vitoria airport are National Atesa and Europcar. They are concerned with national and international prestigious companies which always offer the unbeatable quality at the best price. Whenever you are in business trip or holiday, collecting the car inside the airport upon arrival is the most comfortable case.
The old city centre of Victoria was declared Historical and Monumental. The Medieval Almond, as the city center is known because of its rounded shape, has retained its original medieval trace in its streets. There exist many possible routes throughout the historical city center. You can request information of all available routes in the tourist office of Vitoria.
One of the essential visits in the old medieval town of Vitoria is the Cathedral of Santa Maria, which inspired Ken Follet for his book “World Without End”. The façades with their Renaissance palaces and churches also catch our attention such as the San Miguel Church. It is essential to stop in Virgen Blanca Square, key point of the city.
One of the things that catch the most our attention in Vitoria-Gasteiz is the large number of green zones, as it is the Spanish capital with the largest number of gardens per inhabitant. Some of the most important ones are La Florida and El Prado. The city is surrounded by four parks which are known as the “green ring”. In one of them, Salburúa, it is being projected to create “Ataria”, a Nature Interpretation Centre.