Duque De Wellington

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Duque de Wellington 14, Vitoria-Gasteiz, Basque, 01010, Spain
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Barcelona to Vitoria Gasteiz

by Ziu9

Hola!

Can anyone give me a suggestion, what's the best way of traveling from Barcelona to Vitoria in March?

I really like train journeys, but at RENFE's page I found just long route plans with many changes. And I don't find the price of this relation.

I don't know anything about spanish coach network. Are there private bus companies? Is there a company which runs direct bus from Barcelona to Vitoria?

Is the "autostop" an usual thing in Cataluna and at the Basque Conutry?

Thank you for your helps!
Tamás

Re: Barcelona to Vitoria Gasteiz

by mccalpin

I am puzzled by you getting a solution with "many changes"...there is (in January, at least) a direct train (Talgo 623) from Barcelona Sants to Vitoria/Gasteiz that leaves at 07:03 and arrives at 13:24. In addition, I see that you can leave Sants at 07:30 and make a connection in Zaragoza, yet still arrive in Vitoria at 13:24. There are a couple of other solutions as well.

Hmmmn, I just looked at the www.renfe.es site - which was recently "improved" so it's less user-friendly - and it won't give you any solutions more than 62 days out, and for days in March less than 62 days out, it says there aren't any solutions at all...well, some rail sites have problems when asked for schedules too far out, which is why I looked at a date later in January. Train schedules don't tend to change all that much, so a January sample should be close.

Oh, when I looked in January, it showed a price of 35.40 euro in 2nd class one way on the direct Talgo.

You might look at the German website site (www.bahn.de) for a more user friendly experience (but it won't price it), since both sites reference the same HAFAS database...

Bill

Re: Barcelona to Vitoria Gasteiz

by Belsaita

so true, since Renfe "improved" their website it's even more difficult to navigate it...

Not sure if there are direct buses, but you may check these at:
http://www.barcelonanord.com/default_eng.asp
(yes there are many private coach companies, so usually it's easier to contact the bis station of your departure place)

Don't know about current prices, but not long ago Iberia was advertising BCN-Vitoria flights for 40 € so you might have a look at this option too

And no, "autostop" is not an usual thing except in remote rural areas where is little transport options.

have a nice trip!

Re: Barcelona to Vitoria Gasteiz

by Ziu9

Many thanks/Muchas gracias for the informations!

I believed that inland flights have higher prices...
Probably we will travel with the Clickair from Barcelona to Bilbao.

Travel Tips for Vitoria

Parque de la Florida

by Rhondaj

Vitoria has many fine, green parks. It is said to have the highest per-capita green space in Spain. Parque de la Florida is the main park.

Just behind the Parliment building, as you're strolling down the pedestrian Paseo de La Florida, you'll see this bird identification plaque, which as an amateur bird watcher, I found delightful.

Many families bring their children and dogs to romp in the spaciousness of the parks. Dogs run loose in this city. The dogs all seemed well-mannered. I guess the ones that run into the streets aren't around anymore! Some doo-doo to watch out for on the sidewalks too. But not as much as I would have thought.

Catedral De Santa Maria

by Rhondaj

A 13th-16th century gothic cathedral, Santa Maria and its plaza take up a big portion of the old city. The church is in the process of being restored. Restoration completion is set for 2008. You can take tours through parts of the church to see the work in action. (hard hats required!)(and provided).

GASTEIZ

by RudoElCojonudo

"Siberia Gasteiz, donde se hace la ley"

Vitoria, also known as Gasteiz by basque speaking people is the capital of the Basque Country. Is a calm city where pedestrians and bikers almost have won over the cars.
The old town gives to Gasteiz an especial flavour, and probably most of the cultural offer is centraliced there. There are some museum and a wide offer of pintxo/tapa bars.There are many important administrative buildings in the city, such as Basque Parliament Building or Ajuria Enea Palace, residence of the lehendakari (president of the Basque Country)

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