After a long sightseeing tour through the city of Barcelona, the desire to discover new possibilities of traveling in Spain may appear. In that case a number of questions come up: To which city can I organize a short term trip? How can I get an overview of the unknown city and combine sightseeing with a good dinner and airport transfer? Where do I spend one or two nights? For everyone who is curious about opening his or her mind for a cultural experiences outside of Barcelona the team Visit Bilbao Barcelona offers the amazing opportunity to go on a short trip to the capital of Basque Country – Bilbao!
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Bilbao is considered as one of Europe’s centers of modern art and architecture. Such magnificent places as the Guggenheim Museum, famous bridge Zubizuri made of glass and many other historical places of interest are located in this beautiful city.
To make your trip well organized and get acquaint with the most interesting places in the city, Visit Barcelona Bilbao suggests various types of journeys to the capital of Basque Country:
The first option is suitable for those, who want to go on a daily trip to the city. It includes the airport transfer, a ticket to Guggenheim Museum and a tour to Bilbao’s 3 best tapas Bars. You also will get a city map. You can book this awesome trip for only 104,50 Euros!
The Travel Package for two days is organized especially for those, who feel ready to spend more time in Bilbao. It includes one night with breakfast in a 4*-Hotel in downtown, private transfer to and from the airport, ticket to the Guggenheim Museum and auto-guide tour to the best tapas bars and a one day Bilbo-card. Get it for 169 Euros per person!
If you would like to discover the city in more detail, Visit Barcelona Bilbao suggests to enjoy a 3-days-trip with a stay in a beautiful 4* hotel, also the entrance to the Guggenheim Museum, auto guided Tapas Bar tour and two days Bilbo-card. All this you is included for 232,70 euro each person!
Visit Barcelona Bilbao also provides unforgettable excursions through the city of Barcelona! For more information click here.