Bilbao, with the Guggenheim Museum as a great international symbol, is the gateway to the Basque cultural universe. A city that is a world example of urban transformation and that has maintained a culture and signs of identity that make it unique and singular.

The ease it offers tourists to get around, the proximity to the Loiu airport and the high quality of the gastronomy, make the city a unique and attractive destination.


Rioja Alavesa is one of the main destinations for wine tourism. Small family wineries and large avant-garde buildings, vineyards where you can stroll and recover calm, monumental and charming towns such as Laguardia, make it a must-see region for wine lovers.



The Camino de Santiago, the undisputed protagonist of the town of Castrojeriz, crosses it longitudinally for more than 2 kilometres, making it the longest crossing of the entire Jacobean route. An enclave that traces its history back to the Bronze Age, about 1500 years B.C. and which is the cradle of Romanesque art. Its proximity to Burgos and points of interest such as the Villa Romana de Olmeda, Frómista or Carrión de los Condes, make it the center with the highest concentration of Romanesque monuments in Europe. Impossible to make a stop in Castrojeriz without soaking up the gastronomy and culture that the surroundings offer.

Gran Hotel Domine

Mazarredo Zumarkalea, 61,
48009 Bilbo,
Bizkaia, España

Hotel Miró

Mazarredo Zumarkalea, 75,
48009 Bilbo,
Bizkaia, España

Quinta San Francisco

Ctra. Hontanas, 28,
09110 Castrojeriz,
Burgos, España

Palacio de Samaniego

Constitución Kalea, 12
01307 Samaniego,
Araba, España

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