The housewife's favorite, this colorful fresh produce market sells meat, fish, fruit, vegetables and other local goods. ... More
Mercado de La Ribera
The housewife's favorite, this colorful fresh produce market sells meat, fish, fruit, vegetables and other local goods. The locals believe it's the world's biggest covered market and there's a commemorative plaque at the main door of the Mercado de La Ribera that makes just such an ambitious claim. It was designed by Pedro Ispizua and you'll find it opposite Calle Ribera by San Antón Bridge where Plaza Vieja once was. Come, explore!
The area around the capital's major square and underneath its arches is full of shops selling items relating to bullfighting,
home decorating, car maintenance, traditional sombreros (hats) and flamenco costumes. It's particularly worth visiting on Sunday mornings when stamp ...
A symbolic representation of Bilbao's industrial heritage, this conference and concert hall built in 1999 looks like huge rusting metal
ship and it stands on the site of the old Euskalduna shipyards. It holds around 2200 spectators and offers ...
It's now a modern shopping center, built in 1983 to replace the old 19th century fish market. It's a great
place for craft, antique and design shops. It also serves as a great excuse to get to know the ...