Haro, a charming town in Spain's La Rioja region, is most famous for it full-flavored vino tinto, and the intoxicating festival that celebrates this luscious libation.
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Dress in white and wear a red scarf
Your soon-to-be purple shirt will make for a fantastic souvenir.
Visit la bodega La Muga
It's considered one of the region's best.
It's a long day, so drink lots of water and eat tapas to absorb the wine.
You will get wine in your face!
a tent at a campsite that has been specially constructed for the influx of wine-spillers.
Fly into Bilbao Airport
From there, Spain is your oyster. Haro happens to be quite accessible by bus/coach (to the Plaza Castañares de Rioja, 4 stop), train (via the Bilbao-Zaragoza-Barcelona line) or car (via AP-68 toll motorway or N-124 highway).
Haro via taxi is very easy and not too expensive. As well, there’s a fairly extensive citywide bus system for those on a budget.