The Iradier Arena is also known as the Plaza de Toros de Vitoria-Gasteiz and is located in the capital of the Basque Country region. The city is located in the province of Araba and is currently inhabited by around 250.000 inhabitants.
The Iradier Arena was inaugurated in 1941 and is currently used for public performances, bullfights and basketball games. The imposing building, which was modernised and extensively renovated in 2006, can hold a total of 10.000 spectators.
Around the Iradier Arena it will be quite difficult to find parking, as there are very few parking spaces, and the venue itself has no parking for its users.
If you move away from the Iradier Arena and into the city, it will be easier to find an available parking space. Although it won't be as easy as it sounds, on the days of the event there is a high volume of people who will be arriving by car as well.
Parking in the city of Vitoria-Gasteiz can be either green zone, blue zone or orange zone, depending on the part of the city you are moving around. What is certain is that you will have to pay a fee to leave your car parked. To find out more, you can read our article on how to park in the city of Vitori-Gateiz.
Basically, parking at big events is always a challenge and can be stressful. For this reason, in order to park as calmly and safely as possible, we recommend you to get information in advance and plan your visit to Vitoria-Gasteiz.
In Parkimeter you can book your parking space through the website or app, you just have to see the different parking options that are in the city and book the days and/or hours that best suit you.
The Iradier Arena hosts mainly concerts, but also bullfights and basketball games. For many years, the stadium was the home of Club Deportivo Saski-Baskoni, which plays in the ACB League and Euroleague. Today, the club, founded in 1959, plays in the Fernando Buesa Arena.
One of the most famous places in Vitoria-Gasteiz is the "Plaza de la Virgen Blanca", located in the heart of Vitoria-Gasteiz and known for its picturesque architecture.
Another great experience can be to visit the wine region of La Rioja on a full day bus tour, where you can get to know Vitoria better. In addition, a professional guide will show you several beautiful villages and you will learn a lot about wine production. A visit to an authentic traditional winery and a wine tasting are also included in the tour.