Bilbao Transportation

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  • Concordia FEVE station front dated 1902.
    Concordia FEVE station front dated 1902.
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  • 1. Airport

    The green airport bus departs from outside the airport arrivals area going into Bilbao every 30 minutes. It has four stops. Many hotels are located near the stops. It is a small enough city to walk,...

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  • 2. Underground - Metro

    From outside the airport building I boarded the lime green Bizkaibus Bus to the city center. The journey cost me 1.40 euros. Even though It is August, there are only 10 other travelers on the bus. It...

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  • 3. by Tram

    The tram is an easy way to get around if you don’t want to walk. Get your ticket from the ticket machine, and then validate it in the next machine (Required) Any distance is the same price, but it...

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  • 4. Bus , Tram Metro

    Bilbao is well served by bus, tram , and Metro. and Taxis. For bus buy ticket from machine before boarding..There are ticket machines at metro stations. Both...

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  • 5. Final leg of trip.

    This is the final leg of my trip from Ferrol to Hendaye.Travelling on FEVE and EUSKOTREN narrow guage track trains.. Leave Bilbao at 09-00 for San Sebastion,...

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  • 6. 3 train stations

    I arrived in Bilbao on the FEVE train from Santander at the FEVE Concordia station which is next door the RENFE main station of Abando.The third station is...

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  • 7. Tour Bus

    An open topped, double decker, hop on-hop off tourist bus streams by Casco Viejo and many other tourist sites on the hour. Always a good way of orientating...

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  • 8. Stops on the Airport Bus can take you to hotels

    The green Bizkaibus bus departs from outside Bilbao airport arrivals area. It has 4 stops :Alameda Rekalde (for hotels near the Guggenheim Museum)Plaza Moyua...

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  • 9. Buses to/from Santander

    We undertook a day trip from Bilbao to Santander during our visit to the Basque Country/Cantabria in December 2012.The two cities are around 90 minutes apart by...

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  • 10. Buses to/from San Sebastian (Donostia)

    We undertook a day trip from Bilbao to San Sebastian (Donostia) during our visit to the Basque Country in December 2012.The two cities are a little over an hour...

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  • 11. Closest parking garage to Guggenheim.

    Not so much a transportation tip, but a where to park your car tip. The closest garage for parking your car near the Guggenheim museum is at the :Garaje...

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  • 12. Estación de Abando Indalecio Prieto

    This is the most important railway station in Bilbao.I walked around the back of it and judged its size by the number of tracks I saw.There's also an old steam...

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  • 13. Local buses

    The local bus system (Bilbobus) is modern and effective.Though Bilbao is a small city, easy to walk around, it might be useful to go from one extrem of the Gran...

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  • 14. Arriving By Ferry

    P&O Ferries used to run a twice weekly service between Portsmouth and Bilbao. This was primarily a car and freight route which is busy in its own right and the...

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  • 15. Madrid to Santander to Bilbao

    To get to Bilbao from my home in the north of England, it was cheaper and more convenient for me to fly to Madrid from Liverpool, then from Madrid to Santander...

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  • 16. FEVE Railway

    We left Bilbao on the FEVE railway to Santander, a marvellous three hour journey through the mountains.Even if you're not using the railway the station is worth...

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  • 17. Funicular railway

    Our first visit was to the funicular de artxanda, a couple of minutes ride up the steep hillside for ,great views over the city. Head for Santo Domingo, 27, to...

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  • 18. Taxi, Bus or Train from Santurtzi to Bilbao

    If on the other hand you mean the Ferry Terminal in Santurtzi, that will about 20-22 euros or so. There is also a bus service by the public carrier BIZKAIBUS...

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  • 19. Elevators and Funiculars

    Being located in a valley, the city had to expand beyond the slopes of the hills that surround it. Thus, there is a system of funiculars and elevators that...

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  • 20. From Airport by Bus

    This is Easy, bus goes every 30 minutes from the airport to San Mames Bus Station, so plenty of time for many beers in the airport! Cost 1.10 euros... bargain!...

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  • 21. Bilbao to Donosti/San Sebastian by train

    If you are interested to visit San Sebastian from Bilbao... You can choose the train. The duration is around 2h40 mins.You can see the Bilbao Station in the...

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  • 22. Creditrans

    If you are going to be traveling all around Bilbao you´ll probably have to take different transports.If I were you I would buy a 5, 10 or 15€ Creditrans ticket...

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  • 23. Euskotren

    The Euskotren network is a predominantly commuter setup providing easy access into the centre of the town (focused on the station in the Casco Viejo with a...

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  • 24. FEVE

    The FEVE terminal is located by the River (opposite the Theatre Arriaga) and close to Abando (RENFE) Station).FEVE was originally set up to supply raw materials...

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  • 25. Bizkaibus

    Bizkaia buses provide frequent and cheap travel in Vizcaya. The buses go out to Gernika, Elantxobe, and other towns and villages.The yellow buses/coaches are...

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