Meet your guide and small group in central San Sebastian midday, and set off by foot on a pintxo crawl through the city’s atmospheric old town. The streets here are packed with bars and restaurants, but knowing where to go for the freshest, most authentic bites is a locally acquired art.
The itinerary changes daily to keep up with San Sebastian’s restaurant trends, but you can expect to visit about four to six different eateries, ranging from traditional taverns to sleek, avant-garde bars. With the help of your guide, learn how to order pintxos like a pro and choose the best items from the counter or menu at each spot.
Sink your teeth into Basque favorites like charred steak, Iberico ham, line-caught baby squid, stuffed piquillo peppers, and fresh prawns, each bite-sized morsel often served speared to a slice of fresh bread. These tasty delights will go down easy with the help of regional ciders and wines paired to complement the bold flavors. At the end of the 2.5-hour tour, you’ll have a satisfied stomach and the insider’s knowledge to ensure you never have a bad meal in town.