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Guggenheim Museum

The Guggenheim Museum is, without a doubt, the main attraction of the city.

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Calatrava Bridge

The Calatrava Bridge, 1997, is designed by the famous Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava, together with the Guggenheim Museum, became the symbol of the "new" Bilbao.

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Euskalduna Palace

The Euskalduna Palace of Congresses and Music, better known as the Euskalduna Palace, was inaugurated on February 19, 1999. Its architects are Federico Soriano and Dolores Palacios. Located next to the Bilbao estuary, occupying part of the land on which the Euskalduna Shipyards were built. It is the seat of the historic Bilbao Symphony Orchestra (BOS, Bilbao Orkestra Sinfonikoa).

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Old Town

The Old Town of Bilbao with its seven streets that formed the original medieval town is today a lively and picturesque area of the city. With narrow streets they are mostly pedestrian and are full of bars offering tasty pinchos and Basque cuisine.

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The Ensanche

The Bilbao neighborhood called Ensanche comprises the area on the other side of the Casco Viejo (Old Town) river. It was annexed to the city in 1870, since until then it was an independent town called Abando. Today, the Ensanche is the business center and the most cosmopolitan area of Bilbao. There are plenty of shops, bars and restaurants.

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Arriaga Theater

Next to the bridge that connects the Old Town with the Ensanche, is the oldest theater in Bilbao, the Arriaga Theater.

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La Ribera Market

The La Ribera market is located south of Casco Viejo (Old Town), next to the river. With its 10,000 m2, it is the largest covered market in Europe.

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The Alhóndiga

La Alhóndiga is one of the most representative buildings in the city. For many years the city's wine warehouse is today a cultural and leisure center: exhibitions, concerts, readings, cinema, activities for children, gym, swimming pool, library, bar, restaurant, etc.

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Museum of Fine Arts

The Bilbao Fine Arts Museum is one of the main museums in all of Spain. It is characterized by its chronological breadth, covering from the 13th century to the present day, and by the great diversity of artistic manifestations it contains.

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Champs Elysées Theater

The Campos Elíseos Theater, which opened in 1902, was designed by local architect Alfredo Acebal in collaboration with French decorator Jean Batiste Darroguy. The prominent Moorish-influenced façade arch and an exterior decorated by Darroguy is clearly in an art nouveau style.

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Bilbao metro

The Bilbao metro, designed by the architect Sir Norman Foster. Built in 1988 mainly of concrete, steel and glass, it has a futuristic look. The subway is accessed through curved glass structures known as 'fosteritos'.

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Begoña basilica

The Basilica of Begoña is located on one of the hills that surround the center of Bilbao. Although its construction began in 1511, it did not end until a century later.

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San Mamés

San Mamés, known as The new San Mamés stadium came to light on September 16, 2013, has the category 4 stadium rank, the maximum awarded by UEFA, will host Euro 2020 and hosted the finals of the 2018 European Rugby League.

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Artxanda viewpoint

The Artxanda viewpoint offers some of the best views of Bilbao. From there, it is possible to see the Old Town, the Guggenheim Museum, the Iberdrola Tower and the hills that surround the city center.

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