January 2012

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This week opent the International Tourism Fair that takes place every year in Madrid.  It’s a display of different countries and companies related with tourism that present offerts to attract visitors. If you have the oportunity to visit it, it will be like a walk around the world where you can enjoy of typical dances, [...]

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We have the pleasure to introduce a new collaborator of yourbasquecountryguide.com, Ameztigain Sagardotegia, where you can enjoy the new cider season. Located in a wonferful place of Guipuzcoa coastline, Ameztigain Sagardotegia represent an ideal space to enjoy good food and excellent cider in Zarautz. The ciderhouse is placed in Zarautz campsite and it has excellent [...]

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Good morning: Yesterday it started the new cider-season. Here you have a link that can interest you: http://www.sagardomundua.com/2012/01/julian-iantzi-protagonista-de-sagardo-berriaren-eguna-2012/      

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Vicomtech-IK4 has created a new tool  to visit touristic places. But the “personal” guide is more familiar ans easy to reach. Have a look to this link: http://www.diariovasco.com/v/20120108/al-dia-local/vicomtech-crea-software-para-20120108.html  

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yourbasquecountryguide.com gives you the oportunity to learn how to surf. So we count on Zarauzko Surf Elkartea, a non-profit surf school, created in 1988, which has as  objective to teach and promote surfing. The school is located at Zarautz(Guipúzcoa) maritime promenade, where several international surfers were born, famous for its beach, gastronomy and its inhabitants. Village where [...]

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Euskadi opens a new Tourist Office for the XXI century. You can read morer in the following link: http://www.hosteltur.com/156120_euskadi-estrena-oficina-turismo-siglo-xxi.html  

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José María Rosado from SIDRERÍA ASADOR MENDIOLA, show us how to cut properly and quickly a T-bone steak, to eat it later. And this way it goes from the grill to the heated stone served in our table, so the customer can eat it as he likes. Can anyone beat our chef? It’s not a contest, [...]

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