Sercotel Gran Bilbao

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Indalecio Prieto 1, Bilbao, 48004, Spain
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from paseo campo de volantin to mulle de la merced

by primadonna78

Please could anyone give me directions on how to get from Paseo Campo de Volantin to Muelle de la Merced and back using public transport? Plan to attend a tango lesson and would prefer to walk as little as possible after a whole day of sightseeing!

Re: from paseo campo de volantin to mulle de la merced

by Basajaun

If you are in the Part of the Campo de Volantin that is closer to to the Town Hall (Plaza Ernesto Erkoreka) it is just a kilometre you have to walk, following the river. You might take 56 or 77 buses from Arriaga Theater, but to get there; you already will have walked half the way, and would stay on the bus for just one stop.

I would just walk.

Travel Tips for Bilbao

The welcoming Basque's

by Monchichi

Do not rush around the Basque Country, take lots of time, relax and spend time in all parts. From Bilbao take the metro to coastal towns and beaches, see how they live and be grateful you took the chance of going. The people, so proud of their culture, language, traditions and food are a joy to be amongst. I am lucky enough to be moving there in May 2003 with my Girlfriend (from Bilbao) and I will make the most of every second. Too many to mention, recent memories that stick in my mind: with my girlfriend and 20 of her friends at the "Cathedral" Athletico Bilbao's San Mames stadium, watching the Basque selection play Macedonia. The noise, the atmosphere, the colour of the Basque flags everywhere, the Kalemoxto (red wine & coke) overwhelming. 2: My girlfriends brother bringing me up high over Bilbao into the mountains to see a friend who bought a tiny cottage as a holiday hide-away, superb, crazy, normal.

FINE ARTS MUSEUM
Not far from...

by SirRichard

FINE ARTS MUSEUM

Not far from the Guggenheim, this museum is a little jewel, and it deserves a visit. Here you can find mostly spanish paintings (el Greco, Ribera, Murillo, Zurbaran, Goya...).
Plaza del Museo, 2. 48011 Bilbao.
Opening Hours: Tuesday to saturday 10 - 13,30 & 16 - 19,30 h. Sundays 10 - 14 h. Mondays closed.
Tickets:PRICE: 500 ptas. There is a special ticket for visiting both this museum and the Guggenheim. Ask for it at the ticket office, you'll save money.

Subway stops and towns. These...

by Andares

Subway stops and towns. These are the Bilbao subway stops. In the table you can see each town and the stops it includes. The subway is extremely fast, it only takes about 45 minutes to go all the way from Plencia to Bolueta.






Plentzia

Plentzia

   

Urduliz

Urduliz

   

Sopelana

Sopelana

Larrabasterra

   

Berango

Berango



Getxo

Bidezabal

Algorta

Aiboa

Neguri

Gobela

Areeta



Leioa

Lamiako

Leioa

   

Erandio

Astrabudua

Erandio

Lutxana


Bilbao

San Inazio

Sarriko

Deusto

San Mames

Indautxu

Moyua

Abando

Casco Viejo

Santutxu

Basarrate

Bolueta



Details on http://www.metrobilbao.net/.

Euskal Herria

by ginguba

That's Basque Country, in Euskara the basque language, you very often hear on the street.
It's a nation. At least for it's history and culture. The Basque Country is the territory which is historically, ethnically and culturally Basque. Basques consider their country with 7 regions: Bizkaia, Gipuzkoa, Araba and Nafarroa on the Spanish side, Lapurdi, Nafarroa Beherea and Zuberoa on the French side.
Basques defend their culture and want to be an independent country.

Keep your Rucksack Safe -- Keep your kit Dry

by into-thin-air

If you are travelling Anywhere and using a Rucksack / Backpack as your luggage then I would Strongly recommend that you use some form of Rucksack / Backpack Pro-tector !!

This tip is from my own personal experience, as I have had Big Problems having my Rucksack damaged or even destroyed by airlines, particularly on Airport Carousels,
What can happen is that one of the straps can drop in-between the lats on the moving Carousel and then as your Rucksack goes around a corner, the strap gets ripped off, I lost the entire back and carrying system from one of my rucksacks !! You Definitely don't want this to happen, Especially on the way out to start walking your Camino !!
As The Rucksack Pro-Tector has the second function as a water-resistant liner for your rucksack. It is a particularly useful piece of kit for Camino walking, Other rucksack protectors leave you with the problem of having to carry it around with you for the walk with no useful function !! I have tried many of the Rucksack / Backpack Protectors that are available on the market and was disappointed with how they performed, So after having many problems with these decided to design and manufacture my own.
Full details of how this came about are written up on my Nepal page.
So, Obviously my own recommendation would be to get your Rucksack / Backpack Protector from Pro-Tector Also, after successfully designing, producing and selling the Rucksack Pro-tector for several years, I have now introduced some new lines such as a Pro-Tector Travel Wallet and a Pro-Tector Document / Valuables Travel Pouch and now the Brand New Trekign Pole Pro-Tector
If you think that any of the above would be of benefit for yourself on your own travels then please take a look at my web-site

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