Vizcaya Bridge in Bilbao

View of the Vizcaya Bridge in the Ria Bilbao

The Vizcaya Bridge in Bilbao, or Puente Colgante (Hanging Bridge in Spanish) as it’s popularly known, is an impressive structure well worth a visit on a trip to the city.  Standing high above the estuary of the River Nervión, the bridge is one of the Basque Country’s most renowned icons.  In this article, we’ll run … Read more

La Ribera Market Bilbao

Ribera Market in Bilbao

Bilbao and the Basque Country are both well known for delicious food.  Did you know that there are 11 Michelin Stars in Bilbao? But despite this, one of the best places to indulge in some of the city’s best food is at the La Ribera Market.  Open every day of the week (apart from Sundays) … Read more

11 Best things to do in Bilbao

Shops in the Casco Viejo of Bilbao

Bilbao is a city famous for its industrial past, art, architecture, food and football.  Whether you’re the type of person who loves a museum, someone who wants to try all the local cuisine, or you simply prefer to watch the world go by, you’re sure to find something in Bilbao.  After years of regular day … Read more

Must-Visit Bilbao Museums

Museo de Bellas Artes Bilbao

Bilbao is a city with a vibrant past. As well as being one of the most populous areas in Northern Spain, the city has always had a thriving port with goods coming in and out of the Bizkaia capital.  With plenty of activity and a unique Basque culture, the city has an interesting story which … Read more

Casco Viejo (Old Quarter) Bilbao

Ribera Market in Bilbao

The Casco Viejo (Old Quarter) in Bilbao goes by many names. It’s referred to “Zazpikaleak” in Basque, or “Siete Calles” in Spanish which both translate to the “Seven Streets”. It’s also known as the Medieval Quarter or Old Town.  Whatever you want to call it, they all refer to the same nucleus of streets in … Read more

Hondarribia

Now, if San Sebastian is one of the prettiest cities in the Basque Country, Hodarribia (Fuenterrabía in Spanish) has to be up there as one of the prettiest towns!  Set on the French-Spanish border, it’s a town with plenty of history which is evident as you walk through its charming streets.  With the River Bidasoa, … Read more

Hendaye

Boats parked up at the port of Hendaye France

Hendaye is a small French coastal town on the Spanish-French border.  Despite being in another country completely (it still forms part of the French Basque Country), it’s only 30 minutes from the centre of San Sebastian.  The strategic location of the Hendaye has meant its bared witness to many things over its history, which makes … Read more

Zarautz

Zarautz is a town located 15km west of San Sebastian. It’s one of a number of coastal towns on the Basque coastline that is well worth a visit.  If you’re looking for information on the town and what to do in Zarautz, you’ve come to the right place.  In this article we’ll run through the … Read more