It’s hard to believe, but the last month of 2020 is upon us. After the great interest in the virtual tour marathon organized to celebrate International Tourism Day, some of the agencies of CTU (Urban Culture and Tourism) have decided to provide you with new opportunities to travel from the comfort of your own home:
We were happy to organise this incentive activity for our client, they enjoyed authentic Basque farmhouse games while excersied in strength, agility and develeped team spirit. The activity ended up with delicious barbecue-style dinner.
The Basque people are characterized by maintaining ancient traditions alive and in perfect harmony with modernity and progress.
By Charlotte Gérard
It has always struck me how the Basque Country – a region with its own language and very strong regional identity, policies and politics – manages to achieve a regional-global balance. It strives no only to preserve its own cultural identity and uniqueness,
Bilbao will have a gastronomic fan zone in Abandoibarra between June 14 and 17 for the celebration of the culinary event The World’s 50 Best Restaurants, the so-called ‘Oscars of gastronomy’, to be held at the Euskalduna Palace on June 19 .
While some events have been canceled, others are being postponed. We are happy that this is the case with the Eroica Hispania, a very special cycling event, which will take place around Haro in the La Rioja wine region in October of this year.
(Partial translation of original Spanish-language article)
11 restaurants of the Basque Country receive a Repsol Guide Sun
The Repsol Guide has awarded a Repsol Guide Sun to the restaurants Arrea! (Álava), Casa Garras, Porrue (Vizcaya), Bailara, Bodega Katxiña,
» Read more about: Responsible shopping tourism »A project to promote local brands, stores and products in the Basque Country
Responsible tourism is, by now, a pretty wide-spread concept – maybe not necessarily in practice, but governments, the tourism industry and even individuals are increasingly aware of the importance of sustainable and responsible tourism.
Bilbao recognizes the work of 173 entrepreneurs with a special “baldosa”
La baldosa de Bilbao – the sidewalk tile you often see throughout the Basque Country, but especially in Bilbao – is arguably one of THE symbols of this city.
Santo Tomás brings all of the flavours of rural Basque life to Bilbao. Throughout the day, farmers exhibit their animals and it is possible to purchase cheese, ring-shaped pastries, honey, sweets, fruit, vegetables or home-made products. Thousands of people enjoy this popular,
Q: Tamara, how did this initiative come about?
Tamara: The idea came from a lot of information. There aren’t any masks in the pharmacies or even via internet. I saw that those around me needed them,