To start off 2020, the British Daily Mail has published a special article in their travel section to two culinary destinations: Greece and the Basque Country.
In this “double date”, the article invites us to learn the secrets of perfect tzatziki in Greece, and to enjoy the gourmet delights of San Sebastian.
The latter was visited by Max Woolridge, who prepared a 48-hour tour for his readers through this most internationally well-known culinary city. In this tour, he combines moments of getting to know some of the highlights of this city on the Bay of Biscay with other dedicated to some gastronomic recommendations, from the most highly-rated restaurant to the most popular pintxo bars in the Old Town.
Daily Mail – 4/1/2020- Great Britain
Basque in the glow of Michelin stars… How to spend 48 hours in San Sebastian
The city of San Sebastian in northern Spain’s mountainous Basque Country has grown from a humble fishing village into an international gourmet hotspot. The region now has more Michelin stars per head than anywhere else in the world. The city, known locally as Donostia, is a delightful mix of old and new: narrow, cobbled streets, elegant avenues, Belle Epoque architecture and the pockmarked walls of the Hotel Maria Cristina, a reminder of San Sebastian’s warring past.