Guggenheim Museum & Architecture in Bilbao,
a walking tour
Overview of Bilbao
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The Guggenheim Museum – a gleaming, floating icon of world architecture designed by modern American master Frank Gehry. Our art historian meets you below that fantastical façade before guiding you through the collections inside. Highlights include Richard Serra’s monumental sculpture A Matter of Time, a huge arrangement of spirals and ellipses that suggest some kind of portal into the mysteries of the cosmos.
Next, take a walk along the river to see other examples of Bilbao’s recent structural masterpieces, including Calatrava’s Zubizuri bridge, the Chavarri Palace and Norman Foster’s acclaimed metro station entrance. Moving from the present into the deep past, the city’s medieval core, or Casco Viejo, is dominated by the 14th-century Santiago Cathedral, where you’ll stop in for a visit, and the bustling Mercado de la Ribera.
WHAT TO EXPECT
GUGGENHEIM MUSEUM VISIT
Our art historian meets you below that fantastical façade before guiding you through the collections inside.
Take a walk along the river to see other examples of Bilbao’s recent structural masterpieces.
VISIT 14th century SantiAgo CATHEDRAL
Move from the present into the deep past,to visit the 14th-century Santiago Cathedral, before going through the Casco Viejo.
DETAILS & BOOKING
Meeting Place: Entrance to the Guggenheim Museum.
Times: 10 am
Duration: 3 hours
What’s included: Privately guided tour, entrances to the Guggenheim Museum and the Cathedral
€209 per person, minimum 2 people.
€169 per person for group of 3.
€149 per person for group of 4.
€139 per person for group of 5.
€129 per person for group of 6-7.
€119 per person for group of 8-9.
10 + people in your group?
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♥ Our route & availability may change due to national or local holidays.