No one goes home hungry in San Sebastian
December 17th, 2012
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For most of us, sitting down to a multi-course dinner prepared by a famed chef is a special occasion. Very special.

But there are some parts of the world where premium food and wine are such essential parts of daily life that it’s not unusual to be treated to such an experience every day - without going broke in the process.

Take San Sebastián, on northern Spain’s Bay of Biscay coast, just 20 kilometers from France.

Known as Donostia in the Basque tongue, the city says it has more Michelin stars (a total of 16) per square meter than any other place in the world.

Read the full story on CNN Travel: "San Sebastian's amazing Michelin street dining"

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