Bilbao Ribera Market and Pintxos walking tour
- See the Parque del Arenal, Iglesia San Nicolas and Catedral Santiago
- Learn about Basque Country’s typical products in the Mercado de la Ribera
- Taste the regions speciality, pintxos and white wine
Join a passionate foodie and Bilbao native for a walk around the city and a tasting of authentic Basque food and drink. After meeting at the Teatro Arriaga, you will explore this area and hear fascinating stories about the theatre’s history and architecture. As you continue exploring the city center, you will visit some of its most stunning landmarks, including the Parque del Arenal, Iglesia San Nicolas, Plaza Nueva, Plaza Miguel de Unamuno and Catedral Santiago.
You'll take a stroll through the bustling Mercado de la Ribera, stopping to chat with local vendors about their products and tasting a variety of Basque specialities along the way. Finally, you will visit the city’s gourmet district, and try five tasty local pintxos, including the classic Gilda, fresh cod in pil-pil sauce, stuffed peppers, bocadillito atún con alegría and fried squids. Finish your authentic Basque cuisine tastings with local Txacoli white wine or a nice Crianza wine from Rioja.
- Guided tour of Bilbao
- Entrance to Parque del Arenal, Iglesia San Nicolas, Plaza Nueva, Plaza Miguel de Unamuno and Catedral Santiago
- Guided tour of the Mercado de la Ribera
- 3 drinks
- 5 gourmet pintxos
- Infant (aged 0-2)
Arriaga Plaza, 1, 48005 Bilbo, Bizkaia, Spain
Look for your guide In front of the Teatro Arriaga.
- Tour operates with 1 to 12 people
- Daily at 10.30am
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