Despite the complicated situation in which the whole world finds itself due to the coronavirus crisis, Basqvium continues to make its way around the world. Recently we have started collaborating with the Philippine Chef Reggie Aspiras. 

Chef Aspiras, began cooking at the age of 6 and she decided to be formed in Europe. After running a restaurant, she realized that what she really loved was passing on her culinary knowledge to others, so she founded the Reggie Aspiras School of Culinary Arts in 1991. 

The Chef has an expansive culinary repertoire that ranges from classical / continental, Asian and dietary cuisine. She is also a food writer & stylist, restaurant and catering consultant, brand & product consultant, chocolate & confectionery artist, gourmet  food caterer, cake designer, and a specialized instructor in the culinary arts. 

After several books published, her activity in her blog and her undeniable presence in social networks, now, in love with the Basque culture and gastronomy, Chef Reggie Aspiras collaborates with Basqvium sharing with her followers traditional dishes and recipes of the Basque Country. 

Every week she includes new content on her social networks, where these “exotic” and innovative recipes can be found for her followers, who are looking, above all, to bring the Basque Country not only to the Philippines, but also to Asia. This is just a small part of her plan to come to the Basque Country to record for her program “Kitchens of the World”.

Indian & Basque Street Food Fusion

Encuentro fusión de sabores y culturas, India-Euskadi, en el Hotel Gran Bilbao este próximo sábado día 21 abril
La ganadora de Masterchef India Shipra Khanna, junto con los reconocidos cocineros Sergio Zarate (restaurante Zarate), Aitor Elizegi (restaurante Bascook) y Estibaliz Mekolalde (Castillo Arteaga) participarán en una mesa redonda abierta (18.00h a 19.30h) donde charlarán sobre gastronomía, culturas & sabores.

A continuación, a las 20.00h se dará paso a un “Indian & Basque Street Food Fusion” de la mano de Shipra Khana con productos locales y de la India.

La velada irá acompañada con música en directo del saxofonista norteamericano Charles Cooper.


18:00-19:30- Mesa redonda/preguntas

19:30-22:00- Coctel

Precio: 30 Euros + IVA

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Autum November-December events

Autum Newsletter Basque Country November December

Euskal Herria, The Land of the Basques in the local language, is a fascinating destination which comprises in a relatively small piece of land a great diversity of sceneries from the ocean, to the mountain range and from modern cities to countryside and vineyards.
Nestled in a mountainous corner of Atlantic Europe, the Land of the Basques is still wrapped in a mistery and legend story.

See attached the Autum newsletter with the upcoming activities and events for november and december. Start planning your trip and contact us to assist you.

Exclusive Fusion Dinner. India and Basque Michelin Starred Chefs at Boroa Restaurant

Basqvium y Boroa Jatetxea organizan el primer encuentro fusión entre estrellas Michelin de Euskadi e India, con la participación del primer chef estrella Michelín indio Vineet Bhatia.

Una experiencia única para degustar las creaciones de Vineet Bhatia y Jabier Gartzia fusionadas por primera vez.  Detalles del Menu aquí.

  • Plazas limitadas
  • Coctail en la terraza cubierta exterior, cena en el interior
  • 13 de octubre de 2017, 7pm
  • Barrio Boroa, Caserío Garai, 11, 48340 Amorebieta
  • Precio 70 Euros
  • Reservas en o llamando al +34 946 734 747



Autum in the Basque Country

Anytime is a good time to visit The Land of the Basques and Autumn, when temperatures are still mild and our forest exhibit incredible color palettes, together with multiple food markets and cultural activities along the Country, is the right season to experience and enjoy the destination calmly.

Autumn begins with one of the most relevant and international event of the year – the San Sebastian International Film Festival. Together with Cannes, Venice and Berlin, form the club of most important Film Festivals in Europe.
And going on with the cultural activity, this year the iconic Guggenheim Museum of Bilbao celebrates its 20th anniversary.

Related to Gastronomy, Autum is a very remarkable season from the Haute Cuisine, to traditional food markets and of course it is Wine Harvest time in Rioja and Txakoli white wine areas.

From 8th to 11th of October “Gastronomika” Congress converts the city of San Sebastian in the World Capital of Haute Cuisine, welcoming the best of Basque, Spanish and World Cuisine.

In the orchards the different varieties of beans are collected, together with aubergines, leeks, carrots, lettuce, onions, squash and all kinds of cabbage (cauliflower, Brussels sprouts, broccoli, …). But if there is a star product that nature gives us these days, these are the mushrooms, fungis and truffles, find in multiple varieties in our mountains.
The right time to taste these delicatessen.

Discover the complete list of events and happenings and the detail agenda in the Autumn newsletter, and start planning your trip.

Contact us for more information.

The Land of a Thousand Wines

This tour will take you to the most famous denomination of origin for wines in Spain, often called “The Land of a Thousand Wines”. Few wine regions are as diverse in their landscape as Rioja, just 1 h from Bilbao.
The best time to come, is when Summer declines and grapes are in their best condition to be collected. The Harvest time is a unique experience of colour, smell and taste, what is celebrated with many different Wine Harvest Festivals.

Look at our proposed tour The Land of a Thousand wines or discover the region at your pace with a customized tour.

For more information please contact us.

Summer in the Land of the Basques

Anytime is a good time to visit The Land of the Basques, but the sunny warm weather, longer days, together with the biggest outdoors festival season, make summer the perfect time to explore and enjoy the destination.

You can enjoy traditional festivals in every corner, every week of the Summer, with special mention to the capital cities main festivals.

Iruñea – Pamplona opens the festive season, July 6-14, with San Fermin Festival and its famous Running of the Bulls! Here you can check a video of the last Running Day of this year.

Vitoria-Gasteiz – on August 4, continues the capital festivities with the descent of Celedon (popular symbol of the Festivals), in the Plaza de la Virgen Blanca.

San Sebastian takes over on August 12, with the gunshot from the City Hall. This beautiful city dresses up with the best galas during its Great Week. Every night, from Mount Igeldo to Urgull, fireworks illuminate the bay of La Concha.

And finally the fiesta arrives to Bilbao to celebrate its Big Week (Aste Nagusia) on August 19. Discover the street atmosphere in the txosnas (booths) located on the banks of the river and get lost in the bustle of the Seven Streets (Old Quarters)

Check out the Basqvium summer letter: Summer in the Basque Country August

The Golden Triangle

Experience one of the most ancient cultures in Europe visiting the three gems of the Basque Country: Bilbao, San Sebastian, and Rioja Alavesa, also called “The Golden Triangle”.

In luxury villas, unique hotels, with family or friends, you will come back.

To know more contact us.

The Land of The Endless Feast

Try a Gastronomic Tour through the Basque Country to taste some of our most traditional cuisine, visit special places related to gastronomy, and meet some of the world best chefs.
It is a 6 day package under the title of “The Land of the Endless Feasts”.
Contact us for more information.