Vitoria airport is also known in Basque as the Vitoria Gasteiz. It is in northwestern Spain and is a relatively small structure. Just 8 kilometres northwest from city centre, it is tucked away in Spain’s Basque Country. Mainly offering flights from Barcelona and Madrid, it also handles a large volume of cargo flights.
Right now, you unfortunately cannot take a bus from the airport to Vitoria. You could take a taxi, which costs a relatively low price. Then, you can take a stroll in the city and see its medieval churches, old walls, mansions, and history museums. If you arrive in July, you could also check out the jazz festival.
Vitoria Airport offers basic services, such as a restaurant, a bank, and a VIP lounge. There is also a mutishop with newspapers, magazines, various gifts, and local products for sale. You could also load up on local tinned tuna, wine, cider, Txacoli, sweets, ceramics, and T-shirts while you’re there. In 2007, the airport handled around 174,000 travellers, which is quite low (it handles more commercial freight).
For car rental in Vitoria Airport, you can find a number of firms at this airport, which includes many international companies such as Avis and Hertz. These firms have also partnered up with various car hire agencies which can help quote for you the most competitive prices for all Spanish airports.
You can always choose from a wide range of vehicles, depending on your needs and desires. For seven days, you can hire a Peugeot 206 and pay around £107.23 (this includes taxes, third party liability, theft protection, collision damage waiver, unlimited mileage, and airport fees). Many travellers agree that car hire in Vitoria Airport will allow you more choice and greater independence on your travels.