Routes and strolls through Bilbao
Going up Mount Artxanda is a great way to see Bilbao from a different perspective and, often, observing places from the highest point helps us to take it all in that little bit better.
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.
There are plenty of things for kids to do on a family trip to Bilbao: going up Mount Artxanda on the funicular, sailing along the Nervión river, riding bicycles and visiting the Maritime and Guggenheim museums are just a few of them.
Traditionally, historically, and by the popular assent of the people of Bilbao, Doña Casilda Park is the Biscay capital’s green space par excellence.
The Forest de Oma is a place full of magic and beauty. Make sure you don’t miss the remarkable work of the Basque artist Agustín Ibarrola.
Going out for pintxopote in the Casco Viejo, viewing the city from Mount Artxanda and escaping to Plentzia beach are just some of the many ways for experience-loving couples to enjoy Bilbao.
The capital of Biscay offers the intrepid traveller an endless array of possibilities, from a bicycle trail through the hills to a journey into the heart of its secrets and legends.
Two cultural routes for discovering, together with friends and family, the spirit and history of Bilbao while sampling the incredible food that the city has to offer.