Located near France, Donostia-San Sebastián is the capital city of the province of Guipuzcoa.

Among its sights, the most important places are “La Bahia de la Concha“, as well as its buildings dating from the 19th century, that contributed to the development of the tourist activity in Europe

All this joined to its prestigious restaurants and international events like the San Sebastian International Film Festival (held in September) and “La quincena musical donostiarra highlight the city as an interesting destination.


Vitoria is the capital city of the province of Alava, as well as of the Basque Country.It has been an important military, commercial and cultural strategic point. It has also been a linking place between Spain and Europe, in fact, it was a match point between Astorga and Bordeaux in Roman times.

Nowadays Vitoria is a model of quality urban development which emphasises social cohesion, habitability and respect for the environment. It is a city with an intense history based on valuable cultural heritage.


Pamplona is the capital city of Navarra. It was founded in 74 B.C. by the Roman general Pompeyo in a place called Iruña or Bengoda. It is the administrative, financial and commercial centre of Navarra.

It is also an important point of industrial activity, particularly in the automobile industry, wind power, metalworking and graphic arts. The second economic activity of the community relates to education and health. The city is famous worldwide for the San Fermín festival (July 7th-14th).


Logroño is the capital of the autonomous community of La Rioja. Its population represents half of the whole of the community, and the city is a centre of the trade in Rioja wine as well as an economic, cultural and services centre.

Historically Logroño has been a crossing way for the famous Camino de Santiago (Way of St James).

In the last century, the city has experienced / faced a demographic slow-down but it never has decreased. Walking around its streets and tasting its extraordinary wines is a delight for the senses.



Santander is a port city and the capital of the autonomous community of Cantabria.

During the second half of the 19th century Santander gained great popularity from the Victorian enthusiasm for sea-bathing and spa-stations due to its beaches and beneficial waters. The Sardinero resort was built to meet the demand of wealthy tourists, and consolidated as a summer destination for the high Spanish society at the beginning of the 20th century.

Nowadays it continues being a popular tourist destination in the north of Spain, with beaches that attract a fair number of visitors. Santander is also full of tradition and cultural activity. It is the home of the most important international summer university (UIMP), and many renowned music and dance festivals are organized here, such us the International Festival of Santander (I) (Shrivel).


Burgos as a green landscape and a wide variety of monuments, for instance the Gothic Cathedral of Santa Maria.

Nowadays the city has one of the most powerful economic populations thanks to the industrialization during the 20th century. Its activity focuses on the car sector and on the food industry because of its excellent road connections with other capitals, such as Valladolid or Vitoria.


Biarritz is a city in south-western France, placed in the Atlantic Pyrenees, in the region of Aquitaine.

Bathed by the Cantabrian sea (gulf of Biscay), it is adjacent to Bayonne and it is 20 kilometres far from the frontier with Spain. It is only 40 km far from San Sebastian and 140 km from Bilbao.

It belongs to one of the most important urban areas in the region together with Bayonne and Anglet.

Its sandy beaches make the town really interesting and attractive for tourists. Surfing is part of the local culture and Biarritz is often referred to as the European capital of surf.