This article was translated by John R. Bopp
This isn’t the first time we’ve heard of the interest they have in Italy for our country, culture, traditions, and food.
The Italians are really interested in our country, from the most current hotspots like the cuisine in San Sebastian or the Bilbao Guggenheim, to the more deeply rooted traditions like surfing all along the coast, the Sanfermines fiestas in Pamplona, the Camino de Santiago, or the wineries of different varietals spread out all across our land; including the cultural elements, the landscapes, the big events, or just getting in touch with an ancient culture that isn’t just surviving but thriving.
An example of this is this proposed tour, in which we can find several elements we found imminently satisfying, such as visiting Biarritz, or Araba and its wine region.
We know you can never have everything, and we were only sorry to see that they never organized a stop in Navarre (on either side of the Pyrenees), or in marvelous and tiny Soule, which we never tire of recommending. Still, for a six-day trip, it covers a lot of ground.
Of course, this trip can certainly help other travelers who would like to make a complete tour, just adding in Soule and Navarre!
Hotels are always a great option for a voyage of discovery, but if you’re looking for something a little more personalized, or want to get to know the locals better, this apartment finder, Holidu, can help you, with its filters, to find the perfect apartment to make you feel at home.
In any case, however you come, wherever you stay, we’re sure you’re find the Land of the Basques to be unforgettable.
And to make your stay in the Basque Country easier to organize, in Italy, they’ve designed a proposal for a six-day trip to travel through the heart of the country, especially in Bilbao and the Basque Coast.