Turkish Airlines EuroLeague Final Four ticket-holders, be sure to guarantee that your means of getting to and around host city Vitoria-Gasteiz are in place for the coming weekend by purchasing your transportation tickets ahead of time.
Local organizers of the Final Four strongly suggest that fans coming to the games or other events from neighboring cities Bilbao and San Sebastian buy their bus tickets before Friday in order to guarantee their seats.
There are up to six bus departures from both Bilbao and San Sebastian on games days, Friday and Sunday, to take fans either to the FanZone in downtown Vitoria-Gasteiz or directly to Fernando Buesa Arena. In all cases, return trips are available after the games.
Likewise, there are two departure times from both Bilbao and San Sebastian on Saturday for all-day festivities at the FanZone, while there are three return options, including the latest at 1 a.m., following a music concert for the fans.
Once in Vitoria-Gasteiz, fans can move easily between the venues for the Final Four, the FanZone and the Euroleague Basketball Adidas Next Generation Tournament using a mobility pass, created especially for the event, that includes all public transportation on buses and trams, as well as special shuttle buses dedicated to basketball fans all weekend.
Organizers remind ticket-holders that parking will not be available within a one-kilometer radius of Fernando Buesa Arena, and strongly suggest that ticket-holders avoid driving to there. Those who need to use their cars should leave them in city parking lots and use the mobility pass to access the games and other events.
Parking in central Vitoria-Gasteiz is available at the following locations: Mendizabala Parking (1,000 cars), Plaza Euskaltzaindia (302 cars) and Portal de Foronda (46 cars).
Fans may find all the local transportation information for buses and trams on the special Final Four transportation website or by downloading the app of Euroleague Basketball’s official mobility partner, Moovit.