The famous Rioja Wine region is a must for wine lovers visiting Spain. Located in the south of the Basque country, you will visit the village of Haro, the unique medieval village of Laguardia. Of course, you will visit a traditional wine cellar for a wine tasting, and a guided walking tour of Vitoria. Follow the highway towards the south, until you arrive at Vitoria, the capital city of the Basque Country, where you will have a panoramic tour through the city. It is considered to be one of the best cities in Spain for quality of life and is the city in Europe with the greenest square meters per inhabitant. You will do a walking tour through the old part of the city where you will see such sights as the old Inn 'el Portalon' from the 15th century, the Virgen Blanca square, the Machete square and the Cathedral of Santa Maria among others.After your walking tour, you will head towards the south and arrive finally in the land of Wine, to Rioja. You will stop at Laguardia, a unique medieval village that still keeps the real atmosphere of the old times, with the two churches, the walls, the house shields and the narrow medieval streets among others. You will visit this village a traditional underground Rioja wine cellar, carbonic maceration with open pools and do a wine tasting at the end of the visit. Afterward, there will be free time for lunch and your guide will suggest a selection of recommended local restaurants.
The famous Rioja Wine Area for wine lovers. Tha Capital City of the Basque Country. The Medieval village of Laguardia. A traditional wine cellar
Tourist office bus stop – Guggenheim Museum.