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Patisseries in the Basque Country

Confitería Goya

Established in 1886 and today in the hands of the fifth generation of the family, Goya preserves are an emblem not only of Vitoria-Gasteiz, but of the entire Basque Country.

In 1886, Manuel Goya opened his first confectionery and cake shop in Vitoria-Gasteiz, starting an artisan tradition which has lasted up to present.

After five generations, this tradition makes Goya stand as one of the most representative confectionery and cake shops in the Basque country. Goyaýs best known confectionery products are their bonbon varieties, "Vasquitos" y "Nesquitas" and "trufas". During the Christmas season, they also elaborate "turrón", offering 20 different varieties of this typical nougat confection. Other specialities sold all year round include a range of cakes and sweets. At Goya, they still make confectionery delicacies in a traditional way, although aided by modern technologies, to preserve the taste and quality of their products.

Apart from the shops in Dato street, other Confiterías Goya shops in Vitoria are: Av. Gasteiz, 45 y 78 (945 240 657) / Ortiz de Zárate, 6 (former bakery) (945 258 285) / Duque De Wellington 10 (945 178 932) / Avenida de Zabalgana 35 (945 357 089) / Avenida 8 de Marzo (945 335 994) / Calle Postas, 45 (945 777 754)  y Office and bakery: Barratxi, 35 (945 128 059).

Opening hours: Every day: 09:30 - 14:00 and 17:00 - 20:00.

Remarks: It is possible to order directly this confectionaryýs products from the shopýs website.

Parking: There is an underground paid car park on the street calle Arca and another one in Dendaraba shopping center, near calle Dato street, where the shop is.

Information of interest

Eduardo Dato, 6 y 20 - 01005 Vitoria-Gasteiz


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