The Guggenheim Museum, a fundamental part of the process of urban transformation that the capital of Biscay underwent at the end of the last century, promotes contemporary art without forgetting Bilbao’s industrial past.
The Bilbao Fine Arts Museum is a must-visit for art lovers. The space offers a comprehensive selection of ancient, modern and contemporary art.
Plaza Nueva, situated in the ancient Casco Viejo quarter, is an extraordinary place that gives a glimpse into Bilbao’s remarkable history
The town that survived the cruel aerial bombing of 1937 has long been a centre of historical importance and political autonomy for the Basque people and is today a symbol of peace.
Beyond its aesthetic value, the Zubizuri Bridge has been the source of much talk due to conflicts between the developer, the City Council and the architect, Santiago Calatrava.
The museum, situated on the site of the old docks of the Euskalduna shipyard, preserves several vintage boats and the mythical Carola Crane.
The La Ribera Market, situated on the banks of the Nervión river, blends traditional food stands with an innovative food court filled with the sounds of jazz.
Plaza de Moyúa, with its monumental fountain and colourful flower beds, is Bilbao’s main hub and one of the most popular meeting points for local people.
The train that goes up to Mount Artxanda, opened in 1915, is a quintessential part of the city that hides an intriguing yet eventful past.
The place of worship, built between the fourteenth and sixteenth centuries, has housed the Diocese of Bilbao since 1949 in a building replete with chapels and tombs belonging to ancient noble families.