Sensory route


The Sensory Routes are a service for the inclusion of the collective of blind and visually impaired in the culture and history of Vitoria-Gasteiz. The walking itinerary through the historic center adapts perfectly to the needs of this public where the visual context disappears and we reinforce the descriptive story. We want to “understand” the city through its history. The one that its buildings and the characters who inhabited it tell us.

We support the route on information maps printed in The Braille System, panels in some parts of the city and models of the most representative buildings.

We have the support of volunteers and technicians from the O.N.C.E who have advised us to perfect the route.

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The tour starts at the Florida Park kiosk, Gasteiz’s “green heart.” We will visit “the secret garden of water” where panels in Braille will help us to tell the “secrets” that the place keeps.

We are located in the first park of the city (1820) 5 minutes from the Plaza de la Virgen Blanca. But before we focus the story we will visit one of the remaining giant redwoods in the city.

And now yes, our steps take us to the Plaza de la Virgen Blanca and from there we start a circular route through the medieval center visiting corners, squares and churches. Through anecdotes we will ungrate the local history.

How to book

To make a contract you will have to contact us at our phone or e-mail or book.

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