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What is Bermeo
Bermeo is a town and municipality located in the province of Biscay, in the autonomous community of Basque Country, northern Spain. It has 17,049 inhabitants and it's the most important fishing port of the Basque Country. Bermeo is linked by EuskoTren to Bilbao (...)
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"The town has many houses of architectural interest, including the Town Hall and several churches, as well as private dwellings belonging to members of the wealthy industrialist class of Biscay."
"In 1356, Don Tello, Lord of Biscay ,officially created Elorrio (through a foundational charter) on the land where the monastery stood, as a means of creating a town to defend his borders against invasion from neighboring Guipuscoa."
"Bermeo is a town and municipality located in the province of Biscay ,in the autonomous community of the Basque Country ,which lies in Northern Spain."
"Mundaka is a town and municipality located in the province of Biscay ,in the autonomous community of Basque Country ,northern Spain."
"Bilbao was founded as a village by Don Diego Lopez de Haro V , Lord of Biscay ,on 15 June 1300 on the opposite river bank of an existing fishing settlement (now known as Bilbao la Vieja or Bilbo Zarra ,"Old Bilbao")."
"Its trains leave from Atxuri Station, connecting with Donostia-San Sebastian and the coast of Biscay, via Gernika and Bermeo."
"Although there are still tracks on the ground which clearly show that the area where Mungia stands today was inhabited in prehistoric times (there is a castro (a fortified place where an army used to camp) in Berreaga, and some steles of various chronology have been found in neighbouring towns) the first documented reference we have dates back to the year 1051, when an abbot from Mungia (Mome Munchiensis abba )confirmed a gift from the Lords of Biscay to the Monastery of the Cogolla."
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denis from Germany wrote about Guggenheim Museum Bilbao 4 years, 6 months ago
The Guggenheim Museum is something you don't want to miss, even if you're disinterested in museums in general. It's unique architecture makes it something phenomenal, and most of the exhibitions are of modern art (thus, strange but interesting).
sebu from Finland wrote about Mount Artxanda 4 years, 9 months ago
A great view over the city of Bilbao. Come here using the funicular and go for a walk. Also the view to the other side of the hill, away from the city, is worth visiting. There's a small church about a 10min walk away to the North from the funicular, from where you can see some beautiful landscape (and the airport of Bilbao).
denis from Germany wrote about Barcelo Nervion Hotel 4 years, 6 months ago
A nice hotel, clean, and good breakfast. You can also rent bikes directly at the hotel for about 6 EUR per day. It's located near the Old Town of Bilbao and near the Guggenheim Museum.
Downsides: Internet costs extra and is expensive, room rates also expensive (if not special meeting rate). The rooms are not very well sound-isolated. Not all personnel speaks English.
denis from Germany wrote about Pension Arias 4 years, 6 months ago
Cheap Hostel located at the edge of the city, but still in walking distance. If you stay longer, you might want to get used to the local public transport systems (yes, there multiple, virtually independent of each other).
The pension itself is clean, but you clearly can hear your neighbors. Restrooms are on the floor but also clean. The personnel only speaks Spanish, so no way to communicate in English, French or German. A dictionary should be sufficient, though.
It's a nice city where you can easily spend a week without getting bored (even if you don't visit the numerous museums). If you stay longer there, make sure to visit the surroundings by bike, motorbike, or car. Have visit of the Guggenheim Museum and try the Tapas Bars in the evenings. Don't try to go early to restaurants - Spanish don't eat early...
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