Beautiful brand new apartment with perfect location and all the amenities
- 0% refund (minus the service fee) if you cancel at least 0 days before check-in.
- No refund if you cancel less than 0 days before check-in.
Damage and incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property that is caused by you or your party during your stay.
Max guests: 8 (sleeps up to 7 adults)
The location was perfect for going around Bilboa. The rooms are spacious and kitchen well fitted. The one way system makes it complicated to get to if driving. But we got there ok
Super clean and organized! Excellent host!
The Bilbao of always has its heart in the Casco Viejo, better known as the Seven Streets. Rehabilitated after the floods that flooded it in 1983, the Casco Viejo is one of the main centers of leisure and commerce in Bilbao. In its pedestrian streets, the classic shops alternate with the most innovative and with plenty of bars and restaurants in which to taste the best of Basque cuisine.
Thus, thousands of visitors submerge each year in its streets; Any pretext is good to enjoy the gastronomic, commercial and cultural offer that Casco Viejo offers. And in its corners we will find the oldest churches and monuments of the city: the Cathedral of Santiago, the Church of San Antón, the Archaeological, Ethnological and Historical Basque Museum, the Municipal Library of Bidebarrieta or the Plaza Nueva, a place of entertainment and the setting of numerous ludic and festive events, such as the Sunday market or the Santo Tomás fair.
Defined as the best building of the second half of the 20th century, the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao has completely transformed the city, placing it in the world and radically modifying its image.
It was inaugurated in 1997, according to the project of the American architect Frank Gehry, who, after visiting the city, was very clear about its location. "That's the place," he exclaimed after observing a view of Bilbao from Mount Artxanda. That place was the land of the old Compañía de Maderas, on the edge of the left bank of the estuary. As the architect himself has explained, the design is based "on the port that was and the city that is", symbolizing a ship anchored on the banks of the Nervión. Titanium allows us to contemplate, at every moment of the day, the tonalities that light projects on it.
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