After an brief inner visit to Azkuna Zentroa, we’ll depart up to the stadium. The so called, Cathedral of Football,
San Mamés is a must see
in Bilbao if you want to understand the city. From this spot, we are going to watch Bilbao’s future, located at Zorrozaurre
island, and have a great sight reference of what means 14km of natural port.
Next to the stadium we can find La Real Casa de la Misericordia,
which used to be an orphanage and keeps a nice story about the Athletic, a lion and a child called Mamés. From this point, we’ll go down to next featured stop: Euskalduna Conference Centre,
located right over the old homonymous shipyards and the Maritime Museum,
where we’ll see the old dry docks, the launching slope for the boats or the chains of the World’s First Producer: Vicinay. In front of us, Deusto
quarter, Bilbao’s last attachment, will tell us an story of a girl who gives name to a singular crane.
From Maritime Museum, the recent Abandoibarra
avenue will take us smoothly up to the museum giving us a fantastic spot view of Deusto University,
its library or Iberdrola Tower.
Well, it's done.