Txikiteo, walking rally, bike tours and local cooking classes, Bilbao is for sure the right destination to organize incentive trips !
We put Art, Business and Culture together to create the perfect blend of local history, tourism, architecture, and gastronomy, so that your group appreciates the past and the future of Bilbao.
Here are some examples of events we created:
Art Rally : Bilbao like never before
For those participants who are budding artists, this walking rally will help them discover Bilbao on many levels. A team, a road book, a city map and an artist kit: choose between the 1h30 or the 3h rally, searching for art around the city, with all kinds of amusing tests and stages.
Crazy City Tour – a unique guided tour
Accompanied by an eccentric guide, you will visit Bilbao with different activities such as drinking hot chocolate with churros at a café, learn the Basque dance (?) at Dona Casilda Park, or sing along in the local language on the Arriaga Theater Square… Time allowing, you may go to an authentic eatery and enjoy a few pintxos with a glass of Txakoli.
El Txikiteo – A tour of tapas bars
If you enjoy Basque cuisine, this tour is for you. The itinerary is set in the old part of town which comes alive when tapas bars open. Taste small appetizers of all sorts, such as croquetas, tortillas (Spanish omelet), bacalao (cod), hongos, pibales, goat’s cheese toasts, etc. Of course, all bars serve local Rioja wines and also the local Txakoli AOC wine which is a lightly sparkling white wine.
Bilbao by Bike : A ride to Future
Participants will enjoy a pleasantly surprising ride around the city, as they admire several structures designed by some of the most prestigious architects in the world. Along the ria, participants will observe unusual materials used: metal on the Euskalduna palace, titanium on the Guggenheim Museum, glass covering on the Zubizuri bridge in Santiago Calatrava designed to resemble a sailboat, the unique glass underground stations exits signed by Norman Foster, and an innovative glass structure, home of the Basque sanitation department.