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The food is the big attraction on this exhilarating drive through northern Spain. No, the scenery; or maybe the people. Ah, the drink! No, it’s the food. I think...

There can be few better beginnings to a road trip, or any other trip, than Frank Gehry’s convoluted titanium Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao. Let its otherworldliness work on you, have a snack and a glass of the local cider in its outdoor café and you’ll be ready for new experiences. There are many of them on this tour. Head north and east from Bilbao and enjoy the adventurous coast road which takes you to San Sebastián, the real beginning of this drive.

© Justin Foulkes | Lonely Planet
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