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Euskadi > Vitoria
The Basque capital of Vitoria-Gasteiz bears the visible signs of its medieval past, principally in its Old Town. Situated at the top of a hill, it is filled with narrow streets, bends, alleys and small squares. The highlight of this Medieval Quarter is the Old Cathedral, a monument which has served as an inspiration to the English novelist Ken Follet. Restoration works have been ongoing for more than a decade, but not once has it closed its doors to the public.
At the foot of te Medieval Quarter, the city begins to open out with the Plaza de la Virgen Blanca and the Plaza de España, as well the pedestrianised streets Calle Eduardo Dato and Calle Postas. And let us not forget that this is the European Green Capital 2012 - an award that was won for many reasons, including the city's surrounding green belt of parks and walkways, and the fine inner-city landscapes of spaces such as the La Florida and El Prado parks.