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Bilbao was for many years a focal point for the Spanish industry, making it an underwhelming city for tourists. But all this changed, and the urban redevelopment that took place breathed new life into this Basque city, with great attractions for tourists such as the Guggenheim or the Muelle de Marzana, known as the coolest neighborhood in Bilbao. The estuaries that cross Bilbao are also a very important part of its history and on its banks is where today you can find shopping districts as important as El Arenal, which are a reflection of the paradigm shift of the city.
On the outskirts of Bilbao, you will find special places such as San Juan de Gaztelugatxe, where Game of Thrones was filmed.
Bilbao is located in the north of Spain, a few kilometers from the Cantabrian Sea, and only 123 kilometers from the French border. To get to Bilbao by road, there are 3 different routes. From Cantabria on the A-8 freeway, from San Sebastian on the AP-8 and the AP-68 if you are coming from the south, around Madrid. Bilbao airport is only 15 minutes away from the city center, with Vueling and Iberia being the main companies operating from all over Spain, although you can also find international flights.
The Bilbao-Abando Indalecio Prieto train station is the main one, where trains arrive from France and from all over Spain. The Renfe Aldiriak Bilbao line, the Bilbao commuter train, also has this station as its hub.
As you can see, motorhome rental in Bilbao can be exciting, and you have the opportunity to visit more than just this city.
The center of Bilbao is famous for its narrow streets, so finding a parking space is very difficult. The most popular option for people who want to park near the center is usually the parking lots, such as the Guggenheim or El Arenal, which cost around €1.50 per hour. If you want to rent a campervan in Bilbao and park for free, it is best to do it in nearby towns such as Getxo, Portugalete, or Baracaldo.