We give our all!

Recently we were talking to one of our international travel agent partners whom ended up asking this: is it really possible to do all that in 6 days? He contacted go Basquing to create a tailor-made program for a Dutch builders' association. They wanted to know and learn about the urban development of Bilbao (Basque Country, Spain), its references in contemporary architecture and the contrasts on how the city has evolved: ...

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Waiting for Saint Thomas

Tomorrow is the Saint Thomas' Day market. A very special date in the Basque Country, especially in cities such as Bilbao, Mondragón and Donostia - San Sebastián. There is a very popular market in our town with fruits, vegetables and even cattle. Nowadays most of the locals wear traditional costumes which the farmers, in the old days, used to wear to come to the city to sell their products. A tribute ...

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Do you want to get lost in the intricacies of an 18th century cathedral?

A cathedral that visited and inspired Ken Follett in his famous best seller. This building that was part of the medieval walls of the city of Vitoria-Gasteiz *; and now, we can enjoy it to learn about its restoration. The guided tour by expert archaeologists, is quite far from the usual tour; The tour was originally arranged by the researchers during the process of its restoration. Started in the year 2000 ...

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A piece of Civilization

One of the most representative salt flats in Europe is located in the Salt Valley of Añana (Alava- Spain), at 60 km from the sea. Difficult to believe that this unique and magnificent place was a sea 200 million years ago! Now it is a white lake of 120,000 square meters, divided into 5,000 wooden structures (eras) so that it does not affect the flavor. The production is done by hand ...

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Bilbao port, a symbol of teamwork.

This year marks the 30th Anniversary of the Bilbao Port. A symbol that with generosity, perseverance, preparation, and teamwork the impossible is possible.    Recognized internationally for its construction techniques in a difficult environment, we have welcomed different groups of companies that wanted to learn about this project and it has had a great acceptance; we start at the Maritime Museum, with a 15 '3D video that explains the evolution of the ...

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Say it to me singing

In the Basque Country music is rooted in culture. This characteristic allows us to offer interesting and very different alternatives to the groups we welcome as boutique DMC. When the Basques come together in cider houses and gastronomic societies, the lyric comes with the food. Songs of our ancestors, many of them linked to the sea and fishing, which have reached our times thanks to the oral tradition. In Basque folklore ...

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Making a difference

Every person is a world. That's why from the beginning we were clear that go Basquing would be a tailor-made DMC boutique. Our groups of guests are united by friendships, hobbies, sports, jobs… Recently, we were lucky to welcome a couple united for the love of art and beautiful things. It was such a pleasure meeting them! They came from the United States to visit the north of Spain. A few ...

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Fun in sight!

San Juan de Gaztelugatxe will manage to amaze you every single time, even if you have been there before. Hidden among the cliffs of Urdaibai - UNESCO biosphere reserve -, in its chapel you can see many handmade fishing boat models; they were left there by their master, right before the launch of the new boat, so that the saint will keep them safe and lead them to safe harbor. With ...

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Connected by the Good Life

When I was travelling around Australia during a year off, some of the best sceneries I could discover reminded me to my homeland. I returned to the Basque Country and go Basquing was born. My heart and body drove me to one of these special places that we have here: Urdaibai, UNESCO Biosphere Reserve. There, I met José Angel, the soul of the área we may say. Great encounter and ...

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