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Bilbao 3-Day Package: Guggenheim, Hotel Stay and Bike Tour

1. Bilbao 3-Day Package: Guggenheim, Hotel Stay and Bike Tour

This 3-day Bilbao welcome package offers a variety of items to make your stay a memorable one. It includes accommodation at a centrally-located 4-star hotel, with plenty of pintxo bars, shops and lively streets in the area. You’ll also receive a ticket to the Guggenheim Museum and a guided tour of the city by bicycle. The Guggenheim is a renowned modern art museum that hosts expositions of works by national and international artists along with its permanent collection. You can use your museum ticket whenever you like during your stay, during the opening times of the museum. You’ll also get to know the city better on a guided bicycle tour. In additional, you’ll have enough time to explore the city by foot, including the old town, the Abandoibarra district and the shopping streets.

Bilbao: Alternative and Urban Art Small Group Bike Tour

2. Bilbao: Alternative and Urban Art Small Group Bike Tour

See another face of Bilbao, seen from the point of innovative art practices, exploring for about three hours neighborhoods such as Bilbao La Vieja, Zorrozaure or Bótica Vieja. During this bike tour about 3,5 hours you will encounter first hand the urban art scattered across the city, public art works, cultural centers, festivals and other emerging innovative initiatives. You will get to know reinvented spaces, old butcher´s transformed in cultural centers or obsolete industrial buildings turned into something else. It is a tour which invites you to be surprised, to enjoy, to learn and to look for details. A passionate and entertaining tour, narrated by a local guide and expert of the contemporary cultural life in Bilbao. 

Bilbao: Street Art Walking Tour with Local Craft Beer

3. Bilbao: Street Art Walking Tour with Local Craft Beer

Art, culture and craft beers are combined in a visit to the most creative side of Bilbao. The incorporation of the Guggenheim Museum may be an integral part of the Villa panorama, but the city already had an important cultural movement long before. The city is becoming increasingly well known in terms of its artistic output including an impressive street art and you will have the opportunity to discover these interventions up close the hand of our expert local guides. At the end enjoy a local craft beer with your new art-loving friends.

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We enjoyed the tour very much! Since it was rainy, we did the first part of the tour, where it was steeper uphill and downhill, on foot. We were in Bilbao Viejo, which has a lot of art, street art and studios. Then we cycled to the new island, where the upheaval is only now taking place, heavy industry is disappearing and new things are emerging. There we stopped in a really cool shop for a beer and then cycled back. Our guide was great, he witnessed the upheaval in the city from the very beginning, how the artists changed the city, he talked a lot about the sewing box, it was very interesting.

A great tour, with a very good relaxing local guide, who has a lot of knowledge and big heart for Bilbao’s underground/art/culture scene, and he also speaks English very well. Next to this, he knows the history of Bilbao very well. During the trip, we thanks to the guide got a very interesting insider look into Bilbao’s underground, art & graffiti scene, which gave us a very good understanding of the vibe of the city and we also saw a lot of great street art. A great experience with a great guide, if you want to see Bilbao from another side than only the standard tourists attractions.

This was one of the highlights of our trip to Bilbao, and I would thoroughly recommend it to anyone interested in art, culture, history and people. Our guide Txema was extremely knowledgeable and his enthusiasm for the art scene in Bilbao was addictive! We saw areas of the city we would probably not have gone to on our own and learnt a lot more about the post-industrial history of the city than through any guide book. Inspirational!

Chema was an excellent guide. He lives in the neighborhood and knows all its corners and knows how to tell many anecdotes. The tour is a bit exhausting because you have to go up and down many hills, but it is very interesting. We have discovered a part of Bilbao that as tourists we would never have seen.

A really nice way to see the city, and our guide was very informative. We highly recomend everybody to try this.