Tourists’ Special: Places To Go In the Basque Country
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- Fri, 15-01-2016
The Basque country was once an unfamiliar region shared between Northern Spain and Southern France on the Atlantic coast. Now it has become a popular destination in the tourism industry; it can be noticed on several brochures and leaflets published by leading tour operators of the world.
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Bilbao is said to be the heart of Basque country; it is the most ultra-modern city in the area. The main attraction is perhaps the ‘Guggenheim Museum’ with its unique architecture contributed ‘Frank Gehry’; in fact this city is famous for buildings designed by celebrated architects.
Apart from ancient treasures, it has an advanced night life, lavish shopping malls and an ageless metro system. Basque Brochures and Leaflets translation services can be used for translating any flyers or pamphlets distributed at public places.
This city is praised for its majestic beaches and remarkable culinary status. Seven of its restaurants have been awarded with a total of fifteen Michelin stars; two of which stand in the list of top ten restaurants of the world. The Basque country is also famous for its wines and this city is known to have the largest number of bars internationally.
The bombing of this town in 1937 was the inspiration for Pablo Picasso’s masterpiece – the painting named Guernica (in Spanish). This city symbolizes Basque culture and politics; it has its own exquisite museums as well. It is also famous for hosting a special ‘Monday market’ which holds great significance in the country.
Other great places to visit:
- La Rioja – offers the highest quality wines; the region of vineyards and wineries.
- Hondarribia – a village of colorful constructions, that is also a heaven for foodies
- San Juan de Gaztelugatxe – an exotic island with a fascinating history related to witches.
- Getaria – fishing, wine tasting and a museum in the name of Cristobal Balenciaga (a world famous fashion designer), displaying his exclusive couture inventions.
- Pamplona – San Fermin festival week (6th to 12th July) featuring thrilling activities like “running of the bulls”.
- Biarritz – luxurious summer houses and spas, naturally preserved beaches and waters, plus a great place for surfing.
- Bayonne – gothic churches, delicious indigenous chocolate and ham.
This is just a glimpse of the Basque traditions and natural assets. You can get more information from professional tour operators through official brochures and leaflets for tourists. Discover this country at a deeper level by applying Basque Brochures and Leaflets translation Services if foreign language is an obstacle.