My name is Aitor. I'm half Madrilenian and half Navarrese. At the very young age of 12 years old, I spent an entire summer at Yale University to master my English. Traveling around the globe is my passion. I love spending my summer days with my family and friends in Navarre, my homeland. After graduating with my Master's Degree in Tourism, I consider myself a traveling tailor.
What places and activities do you specialize in?
"Spain is my country and Madrid is my hometown! I have traveled across Spain by car, by train, by plane... even by bike! Lucky for me, I live in a country with an outstanding variety of possibilities to discover and enjoy, so that I can advise you better. My friends and I love wandering around villages, mountains, and lakes. I am also into the foodie & gourmet culture, so with respect to gastronomy, I can be your solution!
How did you get involved in travel?
"I always wanted to study Tourism at university, so I really pursued my goal and I cannot be happier ever since I made that decision! After university, I started working at a large tour operator company in Madrid. Lucky for me, I even had the opportunity to work abroad, so now I am proud to say that so far I have lived quite an interesting journey, along with good friends and colleagues that have shared their lives with me. "
Please share a unique travel experience you will never forget.
"That has to be the first time I fell snow melting in my hands, at the Pajares Mountain pass! I was just a kiddo, probably 3 or 4 years old. The landscape and the vibes coming from the mountain took my breath away...
Another rather astonishing travel experience was that time in Mexico when I visited Laguna de Sánchez (Nuevo León) with my family and had the opportunity to enjoy and taste hand-made, fresh tacos, completely prepared at that very moment for us. That was the true taste of Mexico there (we had a blast!)."
Featured trips & expertise
In just a week you can embark on the road-trip of a lifetime from Spain's capital to its stunning Basque Country. The adventure begins in Madrid with city tours before hopping in your rental and driving north to La Rioja, one of Spain's most beautiful wine regions. After a tasting, you'll continue on to Basque Country, where tours of San Sebastian's historic center and Bilbao's Guggenheim Museum await.
A week is enough time to experience the highlights in a couple of different regions of Spain. You can sample the legendary cuisine of the Basque Country, laze on Mediterranean beaches, tour Madrid, and enjoy some unique culture in the southern Andalusia region. Below we list five different itineraries that show you how.