25 Sep The passion of the north
Barcelona Zero Limits is passionate about sharing our knowledge of local culture with those travelers who are seeking an authentic experience. Centuries-old traditions have to do not only with history but also with the foods and wines that hail from exceptional rural environments.
The Basque Country has a very rich historical past. The culture and traditions of the cities proposed in this tur are the result of historical events with global impact. Barcelona Zero Limits invite you to explore the Basque Country. Get to know the culture and customs of the region.
A program diversified in content and rich in cultural activities based in culture, traditions and gastronomic experiences, it is also a program totally accessible; therefore, it is the perfect choice to free your senses!
Day 1- SAN SEBASTIAN STROLL- AQUARIUM RESTAURANT
In the Morning enjoy a San Sebastian guided Stroll around the 2016 European Culture Capital and nominated to be the Best European Destionation 2017, Donostia-San Sebastián. Walking through the “Old Town”, we will see the famous Concha Bay, the Fishing Port, Kursaal, and of course the huge Gastronomical offer.
Delight yourself by enjoying a Lunch at the Aquarium Restaurant just in front of the Concha Bay. Innovative Restaurant with elegant architecture and sea views and modern seasonal cuisine.
Day 2 – VISIT LA RIOJA – WINERY HOUSE
Visit “Marques de Riscal” and Baigorri two Rioja Winery House.
Lunch at “Baigorri” Restautant.
“Rioja” is a wine region in Spain, with Denominación de Origen Calificada (D.O.Ca., “Qualified Designation of Origin”). Rioja wine is made from grapes grown in the autonomous communities of La Rioja and Navarre, and the Basque province of Álava.
The history of Rioja wine reflects a long and varied winemaking tradition in the Spanish region of La Rioja, starting with the first Phoenician settlers in 11th century BC. As with many of Europe’s most well known wine regions, the Ancient Romans founded many of the Rioja vineyards
Day 3 – CULTURAL GUIDED VISIT DONOSTIA – PINTXO TOUR
Visit the main culture points in San Sebastian.
Pintxo tour at San Sebastián “Old Town”. Pintxos (basque tapas) line every bar in San Sebastian’s famed Old Town, but knowing where to find the best ones in an art. We dive straight into the culinary heart of the city for an eating and drinking experience unlike any you’ve ever experienced
Day 4 – BILBAO CITY – GUGGENHEIM MUSEUM
Enjoy a walk around Bilbao City to discover the city secrets.
Visit the Guggenheim Museum and lunch in the Guggenheim Restaurant.
The Guggenheim Museum Bilbao is a museum of modern and contemporary art, designed by Canadian-American architect Frank Gehry, and located in Bilbao, Basque Country, Spain. The museum was inaugurated on 18 October 1997 by former King Juan Carlos I of Spain.