Wining & Dining in the Basque Country
Bilbao is the most important city in the region of the Basque Country and since 1990 it has lived an extraordinary urban development that has made this city a world reference for urban planning and architecture. The Guggenheim Museum is the emblem of the city and from its opening has pushed a process of architectural innovation. Bilbao unifies the traditional cuisine of the Basque Country and its famous pintxos, dishes with ingredients from the Cantabrian Sea or the hinterlands, guarantee maximum quality.
San Sebastian is a city of great international presence despite its size, thanks to international events, film and music festivals, gastronomy and especially this year being the European Capital of Culture. Although San Sebastian is known as the city with more Michelin stars per square meter, having within its boundaries 3 restaurants with 3 Michelin stars each, being the highest distinction.
Wine have a special interest in these two cities, because the region has a designation of origin, for wine produced; The Txakoli of Bizkaia. There are nearby wineries and vineyards that can be visited for a quality wine experience. On the other hand, you must try the Cider, a beverage extracted from fermented apple juice. This local beverage of the region for centuries is produced following traditional practices until today.
Fascinating destinations full of culture, art, delicious food, ancient traditions, happy people, but above all, a destinations with high economic level. They are commercial and service cities that meet exemplary conditions for business, events, meetings and conferences of great capacity. Because of its location, accessibility, commitment to quality, it is unique and incomparable for its architecture and cultural activities are excellent choices to ensure the success of your next event.
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