The ‘Guide to a fine city’, published by the City Council of Vitoria-Gasteiz, on the occasion of FITUR, the International Tourism Fair celebrated in Madrid, brings together all offer of food and wine of capital of Alava. The guide specifies the ingredients that make European Green Capital 2012 in a fine city.
In the copy, appear the latest culinary awards of the establishments of Vitoria – Gasteiz, the events of the traditional and avant-garde creations as the “Week of Pintxo of Alava and the Rioja Alavesa Wine ‘, the’ Week of little casserole of Alava and the Rioja Alavesa Wine’, the International Fair of Wine and Gastronomy in Vitoria-Gasteiz, the National Congress of Author’s Cuisine or the “pintxo-pote’s” phenomenon. The guide also includes the different schools of hotel industry and cuisine of Vitoria-Gasteiz and the pool of professionals for restoration that the capital has.
The new brochure offers to visitors different routes as routes of pintxos, the sweet route, the delicatessen route and the wine bars route, so that they can take a culinary memory of Vitoria-Gasteiz. The information on these routes is shown by useful maps of the city where all the points of each route are specified. It also summarizes the most important establishments in each of these sectors to provide the widest range of possibilities for getting lost in the city.
The guide also shows various recipes of traditional cuisine as well as the two first prizes of 2011 editions of the “Week of little casserole of Alava and the Rioja Alavesa Wine”.