what we see
We visit different places...
How to find us
Remember to look for the red umbrella when you arrive to the meeting point, "Plaza Arriaga"
Did you know that the Arriaga Theater gets its name from the famous composer with the same name, nicknamed "the Spanish Mozart"?
Former boat dock, now it's one of the liveliest places of the city
Church of Saint Nicholas
This church witnessed tragic events like the flood of 1983, that to this day, we can still see its mark
Learn about the most transcendental events that have marked the evolution of the city of Bilbao
New Square (Plaza Nueva)
Famous for its 'pintxos' bars, in this square took place one of the most famous "bilbainada" (local curiosity) of recent history
Don't worry, we won't walk up this stairs!, but we will explain where do they go and why they are important
Miguel de Unamuno
He's maybe one of the most influent people of Bilbao; a man of letters, philosopher, politician... a controversial person
Saint Anthony the Great
Core of Bilbao's old town and place where the first port of the city was located, these two elements (church and bridge) are so important that we can find them in the coat of arms of Bilbao
The biggest indoor market of Europe, by the riverside of the Nervion river, it's a must see stop
Dedicated to the Apostle Santiago, patron saint of the city, since Bilbao is part of the north 'Camino de Santiago' (Way of Saint James)
The dog's fountain. Or are not they dogs...? Come and discover it!