Eat and drink like a local and, give back to the city!

Pintxos Tour
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Desserts.Tour
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What you won't get

  • Ok, we hate the word 'tour', we don't like big groups following a person with flag like zombies, wearing headphones, listening to boring facts. You won't get that here. We've created food tours for anti-tour people.
  • You will not get massive groups. We don't do big busses pointing out at sights.
  • You will not get touristy pub crawls.
  • You will not get bad or just off the counter food. You can do that on your own. Also we have no personal deals with bars so you get to taste what we truly think is the most delicious food.

What you will get

  • Carefully crafted food stories. We mean you'll visit, local bars, old pastry shops with charming and not so charming vendors.
  • Taste delicious food as you hear the stories behind the places we visit, meet the vendors and the people that make San Sebastian such an amazing city. There's a reason why this city is referred to as a foodie mecca!
  • Tips. You will get all the knowledge to feel comfortable and navigate the city like a pro. Get the tips on where to go, what to visit, where to keep eating and make the best of your time in the Basque Country.
  • Real culture! We're telling you this place is fascinating. Basque history is unique. This whole place is unique and the food...ah this will be the gateway for you to fall in love with the city and its people.

We've created experiences that we'd like to go on when we travel. We want to give you the gift of experiencing San Sebastian and the Basque Country, like you would do with a friend who just happens to know a lot about food and has great stories. And hey! Sharing is caring, if you have a recommendation of an amazing food tour drop us a line, we want to go too!

 

“Do we really want to travel in hermetically sealed popemobiles through the rural provinces of France, Mexico and the Far East, eating only in Hard Rock Cafes and McDonald’s? Or do we want to eat without fear, tearing into the local stew, the humble taqueria’s mystery meat, the sincerely offered gift of a lightly grilled fish head?” – A Bourdain