Top-rated markets and gastronomic shops in Vitoria-Gasteiz
Mercado de Abastos (Produce Market)
The largest showcase of typical products and local specialities in the heart of the city, and an opportunity to get closer to local life at street level. Since its refurbishment, it also has gastrobars and a panoramic terrace.
C/ Jesús Guridi, 1-A.
Every first Saturday of the month, traders from the Medieval Quarter take to the streets to display their products. This market is complemented by various activities that link trade, food and wine and culture: trade route, cultural route, gastronomic corner, hotel and catering route...
Medieval Quarter. C/ Pintore K., 45.
Santa Barbara Market
It is a traditional market located in the heart of the city centre that brings together local producers who offer us their best products. Strolling around its more than 30 stalls, you can find fruit, vegetables, pulses, honey, cheese, pastries, oil and wine, among other top-quality products. Every Thursday and Saturday, from 7.30 am to 2 pm.
Santa Barbara Square.
The pedestrian streets of the centre and the Medieval Quarter are home to the largest number of local shops specialising in delicatessen products or shops, such as wine shops or patisseries with traditional Basque desserts, jams or chocolates, some of the most successful sweets in these establishments with a centuries-old tradition.
There are a large number of establishments specialising in preserves, charcuterie or high quality cheeses, some with a long history in the city.
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