Spain is a Culinary Giant!
The seeds of molecular gastronomy were sown here with the pioneering work of Ferran Adrià that began decades ago with El Bulli & carried forward by many bastions, Spain’s great Chefs like Jose Andreas, José María, the Roca brothers & so many others.
The Basque country alone has more Michelin star restaurants per square inch than anywhere in the world. So join me, as we experience the soul of Spain!
12 Days/11 nights
11 nights, Luxury Accommodations
at 4-star Boutique Hotels & Villas
Meals at Local gems, Bodegas, Farms
& Michelin Star Restaurants
wine service with meals
Architectural guided tours
& all other tours, culinary classes,
& UNESCO World Heritage sites included
Winery tours & wine tastings at Spain’s wine regions;
El Piorat & La Rioja
All ground & train transportation
Air-conditioned private minibus with driver for longer trips
Taxes & Gratuities
Airfare is not included
What Guests Say...
"It’s hard to express what a wonderful experience the Spain trip was!
It was a great mixture of travelling to a large city, medium-sized cities and small villages to give one a real sense of Spain. It also was a celebration of great food, wine and architecture.
What a treat to have a local architect spend several hours with us walking around Barcelona explaining the works of Gaudi. And, then we went on to enjoy a local market, traditional Catalan Restaurant and, of course, paella.
Contrast with Barcelona the next experiences – lunch at a local farm, a night’s stay in an 18th century village house and winery and monastery tours. San Sebastian and Bilbao were breathtaking cities to explore with stays at 4-star hotels. Interspersed with these activities were great cooking classes, museums visits, meals at Michelin star restaurants and pinxtos crawls!
I cannot do justice to the amount of detailed planning that Devaki did for this trip. From the hotel accommodations and travel arrangements to the restaurant reservations and winery visits, everything was first class. The group was small enough that it had a very intimate feel. I would highly recommend a “Weave a Thousand Journeys” to anyone who loves good food and wine, interesting conversation, exploring different cities and architecture and has a sense of adventure! .