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The deputy Jabier Larrañaga has announced that the Provincial Council of Gipuzkoa will strengthen its support for the counties at the ‘Challenges of Tourism in Gipuzkoa’ Congress, a meeting with more than 200 professionals and agents related to the tourism sector in the territory.
The best wines and gastronomy in Ardoaraba; medieval villages, castles and fortified towers; and the best plans for Christmas, are some of the proposals presented by Vitoria and Álava at this inland tourism fair in Valladolid.
The ‘Enobus’ is back on the road from 26 November and invites people from Álava, Bizkaia and visitors to discover “a thousand and one journeys to remember” in Rioja Alavesa; with a initial programme that includes six departures from November to April.
Next Thursday 17th November, Brittany Ferries will be celebrating 50 years in the Port of Bilbao, on board the ferry Salamanca. Tourism Ireland will also take part in this celebration on the occasion of the change of vessel on the Irish route. Due to the success of this connection, the Salamanca is now in charge of sailing between Bilbao and the Irish city of Rosslare.
On 7 November, the Provincial Council of Bizkaia held the first day of this service provided through Beaz with the aim of enabling the participating entities to rethink their businesses and activities and, in this way, encourage them to innovate in their value propositions. Eight companies from the sector took part in the last edition of this initiative.
Under the Bilbao Bizkaia brand, the Bilbao City Council and the Provincial Council of Bizkaia are facing a busy schedule of international events over the next few weeks in which they will be presenting their offer as a tourist destination to the European and national markets.
The exhibition ‘The Illusion of Time’ by Ruth Orkin offers a glimpse into the career of the American photographer, beyond her best-known works. Open to the public until 6 November at Kutxa Kultur Artegunea.
Donostia San Sebastian Tourism has launched a digital tool that offers the possibility of buying tourist cards and all its guided tours, activities, products, experiences and getaways online. By digitising the purchase, visitors can plan and buy the activities they are interested in from home, before arriving in the city.
Following the recently established collaboration agreement between the two publishing companies, from now on more than 3 million local inhabitants and the millions of people who visit us every year, for tourism or business, will be conveniently informed about what is happening in the Basque Country, on both sides of the Bidasoa. A border that no longer exists for us.
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