Bilbao is a cultural and natural delight, with its myriad of splendid buildings, such as the Guggenheim Museum, standing on the banks of the Estuary of Bilbao, all framed by the surrounding green mountains, making for a postcard-pretty sight.
The mountain climbing in the area is fun, enjoyable and accessible to all, with the gentle nature of the climbs proving immensely popular to everyone who visits the city.
Choose from our selection of mountain climbing trips in Bilbao, and prepare to be wowed!
Bilbao often serves as a gateway to the rest of the Basque region, with other popular cities such as Pamplona and San Sebastian easily within reach.
The local people are fiercely proud of their Basque culture, heritage, customs and traditions, so try and learn more about it before you arrive.
Bilbao receives an above-average amount of rain compared to the rest of Spain, so please pack and wear appropriate clothing to prepare for this.
Mild for most of the year, May-October averaging 20-26 degrees celsius and November-April averaging 13-20 degrees celsius. Frequent rain from November-March.
Fly to Bilbao Aiport from the rest of Spain and other major European cities. Bus, train or car from all main Spanish cities.
March-November, to avoid the coldest part of the year.
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