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TOURIST INFO

TO SEE

The “CASCO VIEJO” (Old Town or Old Quarter) or also known as Seven Streets is the oldest neighbourhood and the original nucleus of Bilbao.

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TO VISIT

The Guggenheim Museum Bilbao building, designed by Canadian-American architect Frank Gehry, represents a magnificent example of the most ground-breaking 20th-century architecture.

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TO ENTERTAIN

The Arriaga Theatre . Inspired by the Paris Opera, it was the work of the municipal architect Joaquín Rucoba and was opened in 1890. Today, the Arriaga continuously hosts the city’s programme of music and theatre.

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TO EAT
AND DRINK

The Basque Country is world famous for its cuisine based on fish, meat and vegetables, where tradition and modernity go hand-in-hand with a cuisine of its own character, very much in tune with Mediterranean recipes.

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TO MOVE ACROSS TOWN

Other Tips On Moving Across Town

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TO DISCOVER MORE

San Juan de Gaztelugatxe. 241 steps, rocks, sea and wind. The magical island is an essential stop on the Basque coastline. It became Dragonstone in the famous drama television series Game of Thrones. Discover more on Visit Biscay.

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TOURIST INFORMATION OFFICES IN BILBAO

PLAZA CIRCULAR 1, 48001 Bilbao (Circular Square): 
From Monday to Sunday: 09:00- 20:00 
Telephone: +34 944 795 760 | Email:  informacion@bilbaoturismo.bilbao.eus

ALAMEDA MAZARREDO 66 ,  48009 Bilbao Guggenheim Museum): 
From Monday to Saturday: 10:00-19:00  | Sundays and holidays: 10:00-15:00

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+44 (0) 141 530 2760

Website: 
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ERCISA
Calle Telesforo Aranzadi 2,
48008 Bilbao, Spain

+34 (0) 94.410.41.77

Website: 
www.ercisa.com

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