San Sebastián Turismo
Pintxo of pepper, brie and cured ham
If you've heard people talk about Spanish tapas (small portions of food served to accompany drinks) and you like the idea of what Spaniards call "tapear" (going from bar to bar sampling a range of tapas while you chat with your friends), you're ready to try the experience. If you've already done so, you're bound to want to do it again –or maybe you'd like to learn to make some tapas yourself: we offer you a menu with a whole range of ideas.You'll be able to sample luxury concoctions to suit a whole range of palates, explore hidden places where you'll find great tapas served in a fantastic atmosphere, and learn some tricks to prepare them for yourself (traditional, avant-garde, themed and more).Other options include discovering some simple tapas that combine with wines chosen by a prestigious wine expert, and taking a tapas tour at your own pace around the historic quarter of a Spanish city. Look for your experience and start to "tapear". It's enough to make your mouth water.