Segundo Mano: A veritable Aladdin's cave!
A fascinating shop opposite the Artium, full of antiques and bric-a-brac, including jewellery, books, furniture and a horse-drawn carriage, of all things!
What to pay: You can pick up small items of jewellery, or little boxes, for under 5euros - for larger items of furniture, probably well over 100 euros!
Kirol didac: Careful with your timing!
Shops open around 10 and then close around 1 or 2 pm. They will open up again between 4 and 4:30.
Lots of places in Vitoria, including museums, are closed on Mondays.
This shop is the only shop I came across that had souvenier type of gifts. I picked up (and bought) a refrigerator magnet and a patch to sew on my suitcase. ( I know, I have extravagant shopping habits!) It's actually a ceramic workshop for the most part.
What to buy: Vitoria is not too much of a tourist destination, so most of the shops are meant for the locals. Everyone buys their bread fresh daily, so make sure you do that at least once-it's delicious!
- Budget Travel
Pharmacies (Pharmacias): Feel free to need beauty products or feel ill
Vitoria has an abundance of pharmacies. Couldn't miss them with their neon green lights. Fortunately I didn't need any headache tablets or beauty products, so I never set foot in one...
- Family Travel
Limited Shopping Opportunities
Vitoria is not a shopping location (Bilbao is better for shopping, and Haro offers good wine buying opportunities