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Basque Food Adventure tour
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Basque Food Adventure

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Travel Style: You will have solid amounts of both free time and structured time with some activities and meals included. Mixed
Physical Level: Regular walking or cycling over moderately long, hilly, or bumpy distances. Some public transport or utility vehicles such as safari jeeps. Moderate
Lodging Level: Mid-range budget with accommodations ranging from comfortable lodges, guesthouses, and homestays to three star hotels. Value - 3 star
8 days
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Overview

Highlights

  • Explore the trendiest cities of the Basque region and the pilgrim village of Logrono
  • Wander through the most famous Bilbao’s markets followed by cooking class in a Michelin recommended restaurant
  • Be a winegrower for a day in Rioja and taste some of the popular wines of the area
  • Enjoy a pinxtos crawl in Logrono
  • Cider house experience in San Sebastian

Short Description

Home to nearly thirty Michelin-starred restaurants and where people spend most of their disposable income on food, it comes as no surprise that Spain, and in particular the Basque region, represents one of the best destinations for a foodie trip. Due to its distinctive geographic and cultural landscape, the mix of sea and mountain cultures offers an incredible food range. Our comprehensive food journey starts in Bilbao when we will visit the famous markets and have a cooking class in a Michelin-recommended restaurant. We will then head to the countryside and embark on a pinxtos bar crawl before exploring a vineyard in the Rioja region to learn more about the wine making tradition of this region. In the Basque capital of San Sebastian we will have the chance to dine at an exclusive gastronomic society before visiting a cider producer to not only witness the production but also taste some of this famous local drink.Uncover the gastronomic & cultural delights of the Basque country.* *

Small groups are usually defined as between 10 and 24 travelers, often less. If you're the kind of person who enjoys more intimate experiences and personal service this is a good choice. All else being equal you will pay a premium for this style vs a larger group tour.
Trip Type Small Group Tour
See all the highlights and popular spots on a classic tour.
Itinerary Focus Classic Highlights
Mid-range budget with accommodations ranging from comfortable lodges, guesthouses, and homestays to three star hotels.
Lodging Level Value - 3 star
Flights & Transport N/A
Start City Bilbao
End City San Sebastian

Travel Theme

Cultural

Destinations

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Cities & Attractions

Bilbao

Activities

Culture

Age Requirement

16

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Trip Includes

  • All breakfasts, 2 lunches and 4 dinners
  • All accommodation
  • Transfers for group flights

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Itinerary

Flight Inclusive

Day 1 Fly to Bilbao; dinner at a hand picked traditional restaurant.  

The trip starts in the Northern Spanish city of Bilbao, after arriving from London on the group flight.  After check-in, we will have some free time to relax until the welcome meeting will take place. Have your insurance and next of kin details on hand as the leader will be collecting them at this meeting. In the evening we will have dinner at a traditional restaurant in Bilbao, one of the most renowned foodie city in Spain due to the vast choice of products both from the sea and the land. *Hotel Conde Duque or similar*

Day 2 Visit Bilbao's famous market; interactive cooking class in a Michelin-recommended restaurant; free time

As a start of our unforgettable food adventure we will visit some of the best markets and shops in Bilbao, such as the ‘Mercado de La Rivera’ (located by the river), as well as the classic cod shops (bacaladerías) where bacalao (dried cod) and Iberian ham are sold. We will be accompanied by a culinary guide who will provide explanations and insights about local products and customs, before taking us to the cooking venue. At the restaurant, we’ll be welcomed by the chef who will share with us the secrets of becoming a master in the kitchen. Put on your apron and be taught to create your own delicious meal! We'll enjoy our lunch with expertly paired wines. The remainder of the day will be free to explore Bilbao at your own pace. The Guggenheim Museum is located not far from the hotel, designed by the American architect Frank Gehry, represents an architectural masterpiece not to be missed. (Please check opening times here: https://www.guggenheim-bilbao.eus/en/hours-and-admission/ ">https://www.guggenheim-bilbao.eus/en/hours-and-admission/">https://www.g.... If it is closed on Monday, according to flight times, there will be some time to visit it on Sunday afternoon before dinner.) */Please note: /*/cooking classes are usually given by Paul Ibarra, who trained under Fernando Canales, chef at Michelin star restaurant Etxanobe. Paul Ibarra is currently chef at Los Fueros which is recommended by the Michelin Guide./ *Hotel Conde Duque or similar*

Day 3 Transfer to the pilgrimage city of Logrono, sightseeing and pinxtos crawl in the evening

This morning we travel by private minibus to the town of Logrono (approx. 1h30min) which is situated in the famous wine region of La Rioja. The town sits on the banks of the Ebro River and is the capital of Spain’s most renowned wine region. The city is rich in history and traditions, preserved since the Middle Ages. It also boasts one of the most distinguished culinary traditions in the country, home to some of the best tapas bars in the whole of Spain, all crammed into its small medieval centre. After checking in to our accommodation we will get the chance to stroll through the streets of this favourite stop for pilgrims en route to Santiago de Compostela. A handsome city of medieval fortifications, where much work is being done to restore it to its full glory. In the evening we will head out on a pintxos crawl. The sheer concentration of tapas bars in the old town has led to intense competition and incredibly high standards. *Hotel FG Logrono or similar*

Day 4 Rioja vineyards, wine tasting and picnic lunch; free afternoon

Today we will experience what it is like to be a winegrower as we will be the protagonist of an ancient tradition for a day. With the guidance of a professional we’ll be able to carry out different activities in the vineyards and winery, as well as acquire in-depth knowledge of all the work associated with producing a good Rioja wine. Spend the morning participating in the tasks associated with viticulture in the vineyard and in the winery, along with carrying out experiments to understand the wine fermentation processes. After working in the vineyard, we get to enjoy an appetiser made with Rioja products. In the winery we’ll have the chance to taste some of the wines straight out of the barrels to observe their evolution during the ageing process and determine the one we like best. The remainder of the day is free to explore the town. *Hotel FG Logrono or similar*

Day 5 Transfer to San Sebastian, free afternoon and dinner at an exclusive ‘private dining club’

Travel by private vehicle to the city of San Sebastian, jewel of the Basque country and a city obsessed with food. With its family friendly beaches and vibrant old city, San Sebastian is a fantastic place to stroll along the promenade, shop, consume pintxos, or just to soak up the sun. In the evening we will head out to 'a local society', where our dinner will take place. Founded in 1931 with 110 members, Itzalpe is what we could call a private eating club. Basque society is very female-oriented: a husband brings home his pay and hands it directly to his wife, who controls the household. Basque men felt they needed a place they could congregate and play ‘king of the castle’ so they founded these clubs where members could reserve a table and cook with friends. The clubs used to be exclusively male, but that has changed now. Women can come along, but they are not allowed in the kitchen. Tonight’s activity is known as Xabi - being a member of this society and for locals being a chef at the same time. *Hotel Europa or similar*

Day 6 Take part in a cider house experience; farewell dinner with Basque specialities at the cider house

Enjoy a day at leisure until the late afternoon when we will travel by taxi to a local cider house. Once there we will embark on a tour of the cider house and learn how to make the traditional Basque cider. As a perfect ending for our culinary trip we enjoy a magnificent, traditional cider house menu including chorizo sausage cooked in cider, salt cod omelette, salt cod with peppers, bone-in ribeye steak, Basque cheese, quince jelly, walnuts and almond tiles - all washed down with the locally produced cider, served directly from the kupela or barrel in true `txotx' ritual fashion. *Hotel Europa or similar*

Day 7 Transfer to Bilbao; fly to London.

Transfer to Bilbao after breakfast; fly to London.



Land Only

Day 1 Start Bilbao; dinner at a hand picked traditional restaurant.

The trip starts in the northern Spanish city of Bilbao. After check-in, we will have some free time to relax until the welcome meeting will take place. Have your insurance and next of kin details on hand as the leader will be collecting them at this meeting. In the evening we will have a welcome dinner at a traditional restaurant in Bilbao, one of the most renowned foodie cities in Spain due to the vast choice of products, both from the sea and the surrounding countryside. *Hotel Conde Duque or similar*

Day 2 Visit Bilbao's famous market; interactive cooking class in a Michelin-recommended restaurant; free time

As a start of our unforgettable food adventure we will visit some of the best markets and shops in Bilbao, such as the ‘Mercado de La Rivera’ (located by the river), as well as the classic cod shops (bacaladerías) where bacalao (dried cod) and Iberian ham are sold. We will be accompanied by a culinary guide who will provide explanations and insights about local products and customs, before taking us to the cooking venue. At the restaurant, we’ll be welcomed by the chef who will share with us the secrets of becoming a master in the kitchen. Put on your apron and be taught to create your own delicious meal! We'll enjoy our lunch with expertly paired wines. The remainder of the day will be free to explore Bilbao at your own pace. The Guggenheim Museum is located not far from the hotel, designed by the American architect Frank Gehry, represents an architectural masterpiece not to be missed. (Please check opening times here: https://www.guggenheim-bilbao.eus/en/hours-and-admission/ ">https://www.guggenheim-bilbao.eus/en/hours-and-admission/">https://www.g.... If it is closed on Monday, according to flight times, there will be some time to visit it on Sunday afternoon before dinner.) */Please note: /*/cooking classes are usually given by Paul Ibarra, who trained under Fernando Canales, chef at Michelin star restaurant Etxanobe. Paul Ibarra is currently chef at Los Fueros which is recommended by the Michelin Guide./ *Hotel Conde Duque or similar*

Day 3 Transfer to the pilgrimage city of Logrono, sightseeing and pinxtos crawl in the evening

This morning we travel by private minibus to the town of Logrono (approx. 1h30min) which is situated in the famous wine region of La Rioja. The town sits on the banks of the Ebro River and is the capital of Spain’s most renowned wine region. The city is rich in history and traditions, preserved since the Middle Ages. It also boasts one of the most distinguished culinary traditions in the country, home to some of the best tapas bars in the whole of Spain, all crammed into its small medieval centre. After checking in to our accommodation we will get the chance to stroll through the streets of this favourite stop for pilgrims en route to Santiago de Compostela. A handsome city of medieval fortifications, where much work is being done to restore it to its full glory. In the evening we will head out on a pintxos crawl. The sheer concentration of tapas bars in the old town has led to intense competition and incredibly high standards. *Hotel FG Logrono or similar*

Day 4 Rioja vineyards, wine tasting and picnic lunch; free afternoon

Today we will experience what it is like to be a winegrower as we will be the protagonist of an ancient tradition for a day. With the guidance of a professional we’ll be able to carry out different activities in the vineyards and winery, as well as acquire in-depth knowledge of all the work associated with producing a good Rioja wine. Spend the morning participating in the tasks associated with viticulture in the vineyard and in the winery, along with carrying out experiments to understand the wine fermentation processes. After working in the vineyard, we get to enjoy an appetiser made with Rioja products. In the winery we’ll have the chance to taste some of the wines straight out of the barrels to observe their evolution during the ageing process and determine the one we like best. The remainder of the day is free to explore the town. *Hotel FG Logrono or similar*

Day 5 Transfer to San Sebastian, free afternoon and dinner at an exclusive ‘private dining club’

Travel by private vehicle to the city of San Sebastian, jewel of the Basque country and a city obsessed with food. With its family friendly beaches and vibrant old city, San Sebastian is a fantastic place to stroll along the promenade, shop, consume pintxos, or just to soak up the sun. In the evening we will head out to 'a local society', where our dinner will take place. Founded in 1931 with 110 members, Itzalpe is what we could call a private eating club. Basque society is very female-oriented: a husband brings home his pay and hands it directly to his wife, who controls the household. Basque men felt they needed a place they could congregate and play ‘king of the castle’ so they founded these clubs where members could reserve a table and cook with friends. The clubs used to be exclusively male, but that has changed now. Women can come along, but they are not allowed in the kitchen. Tonight’s activity is known as Xabi - being a member of this society and for locals being a chef at the same time. *Hotel Europa or similar*

Day 6 Take part in a cider house experience; farewell dinner with Basque specialities at the cider house

Enjoy a day at leisure until the late afternoon when we will travel by taxi to a local cider house. Once there we will embark on a tour of the cider house and learn how to make the traditional Basque cider. As a perfect ending for our culinary trip we enjoy a magnificent, traditional cider house menu including chorizo sausage cooked in cider, salt cod omelette, salt cod with peppers, bone-in ribeye steak, Basque cheese, quince jelly, walnuts and almond tiles - all washed down with the locally produced cider, served directly from the kupela or barrel in true `txotx' ritual fashion. *Hotel Europa or similar*

Day 7 Our trip ends in San Sebastian

Our trip ends in San Sebastian following breakfast.

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I was introduced to Antarctica in the most amazing way. When we arrived there
was a blanket of heavy fog the team got us on the zodiac and navigated on
compass bearings. Suddenly like the curtain of a stage being pulled back we
sat in sky of blue surrounded by a wild and pristine environment.
See above. Watching whales breech. Smelling penguins before you could see
them. Filming Leopard seals with my gopro. You truely need to be awake 24hrs
a day and have eyes in the back of your head for this trip.


Shelly and the team were amazing. Their passion and commitment and tirless
effort to show what they love and care about the most was amazing


Do take European travel plugs for Ushuaia as well as American.


Enjoy everything this trip has to offer. Remember this is an expedition and
not a five star hotel as some travellers on my trip thought. Things can go
wrong and weather is unpredictable. A real once in a lifetime trip.


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Another fantastic trip to the wilderness that is Antarctica. Brilliant from
start to finish with awesome scenery and wildlife experiences throughout on a
fantastic ship.
Experiencing the beauty of both Oraca's and Humpback whales upclose to to
zodiacs and a brillient night spent camping on the Ice of Antartctica.


Woody was excellent from start to finish, extremely knowledgeable and
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the Ships Captain/Crew to get us lots of fantastic landings and cruising
opportunities. He was ably assisted by the rest of his expedition crew who
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Go... A definite must do atleast once in your life. Antarctica is awesome.


Although some people might conside this type of trip as being expensive,
I'd qualify it by saying this was my second trip to Antarctica and
althought it is not a cheap holiday it is great value for money, I
wouldn't have returned otherwise.The Ship is fantastic, food was
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A holiday that exceeded all expectations. Stunning scenery, abundant
wildlife, a great team and a superb boat and crew
Seeing that being a penguin parent is true dedication!


"Blessed are the flexible for they shall not be bent out of
shape....." A quote from a member of the group that sums up Woody.
Excellent does also.


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I knew we'd see a lot of wildlife and had hoped I'd see an albatross
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An absolutely amazing trip!  It had been a long time coming as I booked
it 18 months previously, but it did not disappoint.
There was so much that was fantastic....the sheer beauty and enormousness
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Paul, I do have photographic evidence!!


Kirsten was professional, and made the best of the weather conditions.


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early flight from Gatwick to Madrid (8 hour wait at Madrid), and even if you
have been checked straight through to Ushuaia, you need to collect your
baggage, even if you have the domestic flight from the international terminal
(very confusing....nearly left my luggage at BA airport). 3 days
travelling on board without setting foot on land, can seem a long time, but
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give you an insight to the Antarctic region, its wildlife, and history. You
can also go on deck if weather permits, or up to the bridge viewing platforms
to pass the time of day and take pictures of the birdlife, or icebergs on
your journey south.Once you make your first zodiac trip though, everything
previously is forgotten, and take Paul’s advice....don’t have
your viewfinder surgically implanted to your eye, make sure you take stock of
where you are, and enjoy every moment of it.We were lucky with the weather,
and only missed 1 landing, but be prepared that if the weather is bad, you
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some ‘iffy’ moments on the zodiacs if the sea is a bit
rough.  It was my first time on zodiacs, and now feels that I could cope
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put your camera equipment in a backpack and have it on your back, they
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shell, but still fairly cumbersome.


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A fantastic trip encompassing magnificent scenery and wildlife viewing.
The whole trip was an incredible experience from start to finish, but for me
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mountain reflections in the sea and you still won't be close to
experiencing how beautiful the place was.


Kirsten was professional throughout and made sure we experienced the best
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reach the Peninsula and 2 days on the way back. There are plenty of
presentations on the ship to help pass the time and prepare you for the trip
but it can seem like a long time since you have left home before you are able
to leave the ship and do some landings.  Having said that, the sea days
are forgotten in an instant as soon as you reach the peninsula and the trip
starts properly.We were incredibly lucky with the weather; there was only 1
landing which we were unable to make as the conditions would not allow it.
 You need to be aware though that if weather conditions aren't
favourable you won't be able to do all of the landings or zodiac cruises
which could potentially detract from the overall enjoyment of the
trip. Aerolinas Argentinas can be quite strict with their luggage
allowances; there is a 5kg limit for hand luggage on the internal flight. If
you are carrying a lot of photographic equipment then your hand luggage will
be way over this.  However, if you have your backpack on your back when
you check in then they do not seem to weigh it; if it is on a luggage trolley
then they will weigh it and potentially ask you to pack some of your hand
luggage into your checked luggage. Do not wear expensive jewellery in
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This review describes the revised, Lombok-less itinerary. So, no Rinjani,
sadly, but Sumeru is a decent (and difficult) substitute if one is willing to
ascend it (the summit is optional).

For me, this trip was a fine mix of culture (food, people, history, temples)
and hiking, with photographic opportunities wherever one looked. We had three
fantastic sunrises, some dynamite sunsets (especially Merbabu), and we got
very lucky with weather, being barely affected by rain. Our only real
disappointment came at Ijen where the gases from the crater would not clear
enough for a good view - but we got a good workout in while testing our
strength against that of the miners whose loads sulphur are very heavy.

There are some long drives, but most of our group found it easy to sleep on
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Ascending Sumeru. It's a difficult and frustrating climb (like summit day on
Kilimanjaro) but the view from the top is special.


Our guide (Wira) was attentive, helpful, fluent in four bazillion Indonesian
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protect camera mechanisms. The extension at Candidasa was a perfect and
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Group Size:

Small Group - 24 max

Maximum Number of People in Group: 18

Age Notes

Min. Age: 16

Additional Information:

  • 6 nights 3-star hotels
  • Sample a variety of local specialities during the included produce and wine tastings
  • Group normally 5 to 16, plus local leader. Min age 18 yrs
  • Travel by private minibus and taxis

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Meals Included:

Dinner: All breakfasts, 2 lunches and 4 dinners are included. Lunch on day 2 will be a cooking class in a Michelin recommended restaurant. Other gastronomic experiences that are included in the itinerary: * Dinner at a well-known restaurant in Bilbao * Pinxtos crawl in Logrono * Wine tasting and picnic lunch in the Rioja region * Dinner at a `local society' in San Sebastian * Cider house experience with dinner in San Sebastian Please be advised drinks are not included with meals or on the pinxtos crawl tour. The Basque Country has now become the most important tourist destination in Spain in relation to food. Being a coastal and border region allows for its local dishes to be a mixture of sea and mountain cultures with modern top-quality cooking. This trend emerged over the last decades with the appearance of the so-called Basque Nouvelle Cuisine. The good food is the centre of any social occasion and is a reflection of the character of the Basque people, a people devoted to tradition and cooking. Please note meal times in Spain are later than in many other countries; dinner is usually taken between 20:00hrs and 21.30hrs. * GLOSSARY* The Basque country had its own language called Euskara which is one of the most unusual and difficult languages in the world. *A few useful words for your food adventure:* *Zurito - a tiny beer * *Txotx - toothpick (pronounced chotch) * While this word literally means toothpick, it is also said when you tip the cider out of the barrel to announce to everyone that the barrel is open and they should fill their glasses.  *Pinxtos – toothpick food (pronounced peen-chos) * While this word literally means toothpick food, it is the Basque word for tapas. the main difference between pinxtos and tapas is that pinxtos uses toothpicks to avoid the food top from falling off the bread slice bottom. Here’s where the name it’s coming from. *Txakoli - Basque sparkling wine (pronounced chakoli) *

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