DRS Fringe

Fringe activities have been planned to allow DRS2022 attendees to discover the urban and natural environment of Bilbao and its social fabric through the lenses of design, architecture and art. Participants will be able to dig into the architectural patrimony of the recent industrial past, discover the city’s plans for its future urban development, stroll through the art and design districts and get to know, though workshop activities and studio visits, the people who make it possible. Take a ride through the nervous system of the city, the river, either by boat or roaring in a traditional trainera, and explore Bilbao on foot, by bike or by its iconic public transport system.

Selected activities will be open to online attendees. We will release more information and the registration links soon – stay tuned!

All Fringe activities are free of cost for DRS2022 attendees but have a limited availability. Please book your place, participation is on a first come first served basis.

Open Air Activities

River walk and rowing ride

OVERVIEW

An exploration of the Riverside landscape and the naval history of the Estuary of Bilbao.

We propose an activity that merges history with tradition and urban development with sport and leisure. We will focus on the fluvial milieu as the foundational element of the city of Bilbao. We see the estuary of the Bilbao river as the core of the city’s urban design, the driver of its future landscape (the island of Zorrozaurre, the promenade of Abandoibarra, the new bridges, the beach in San Ignacio), the raison d’être of our shipping industry and finally, a new scenario of leisure and entertainment.

For all these reasons, we offer a walk from the terrace of the Museum of the Sea to the municipal rowing pavilion of the Deusto Arraun Taldea http://www.deustuarrauntaldea.com. The tour is guided by  Agvar Bim Team architecture studio https://agvar.es/proyectos/, responsible for some of the new architectures that define the riverfront between the Deusto and San Ignacio areas. We will start from the dyke structure in front of the Museum to the Carola crane, Abandoibarra and the Botica Vieja area to later stroll along the new riverfront promenade from Deusto to San Ignacio while we chat about some of the great transformations that are taking place in the Estuary area. 

For the rowing excursion will use one of the most singular ships of the Cantabrian Sea (trainera in Spanish) and one of the most emblematic traditional sport of our culture. In addition, this group activity offers a unique view of the riverside landscape and a direct contact with it through the river’s waters.

NOTE: Sport clothing is advised for this activity. Storage and lockers will be available to the participants.

    
  • DATE SUNDAY, JUNE 26TH
  • LOCATION DEUSTO AND SAN INAZIO
  • DURATION 2H 30’
  • TIMING
                    
    • 18.30DEPARTURE FROM THE EUSKALDUNA PALACE
      (> 45’ guided tour with Agvar Bim Team)
    • 19.15ARRIVAL AT THE ROWING PAVILION OF DEUSTO A.T
      (> 15’ access to changing rooms)
    • 19.30START OF THE ROWING SESSION
      (> 15’ introduction to rowing)
      (> 1h rowing activity towards the Estuary)
    • 20.45ACTIVITY WRAP-UP
      (> 15’ access to changing rooms)
    • 21.00END OF THE ACTIVITY
  • DEPARTURE
    /MEETING
    POINT

    EUSKALDUNA PALACE (IN FRONT OF THE MAIN ENTRANCE)

  • ARRIVAL

    ROWING PAVILION OF DEUSTO A.T

  • AVAILABILITY 12 PEOPLE
  • TRANSPORT ON FOOT TO THE ROWING PAVILION
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Great representatives of the Basque Industry. The Murueta Shipyards

OVERVIEW

An approach to the Basque industrial history: from its local origins to its international projection.

Visiting the factory of the Murueta shipyards https://www.astillerosmurueta.com/home/ in Erandio is getting to know one of the shipping companies that shaped the evolution of the successful naval industry in Bizkaia. An example of the adaptation from the traditional way of doing to modern industrial standards, the Murueta shipyards, with its 75-years history and its more than 300 built ships, is a reference for the manufacturing of tuna fishing and freezing ships.

Rooted in a familiar character devoted to responding to local needs, Murueta understands the ship building industry as a holistic process in which they directly engage in all phases from concept design, technical development and manufacturing of every element, from the hull to the cabins’ furniture. The visit will show us how, through mastering the ship building craft, a region traditionally connected with the sea becomes an international benchmark on contemporary naval industry.

    
  • DATE MONDAY, JUNE 27TH
  • LOCATION ERANDIO
  • DURATION 1H 30’
  • TIMING
                    
    • 10.30DEPARTURE FROM THE ABANDO SQUARE
      (> 30’ ride by metro)
    • 11.30ARRIVAL AT MURUETA SHIPYARDS
      (> 1h 30’ visit to the Murueta shipyards)
    • 12.00DEPARTURE FROM MURUETA SHIPYARDS
      (> 30’ ride by metro)
    • 14.00ARRIVAL AT THE ABANDO SQUARE
  • DEPARTURE
    /MEETING
    POINT

    ABANDO SQUARE (IN FRONT OT THE METRO ENTRANCE)

  • ARRIVAL

    ABANDO SQUARE (IN FRONT OT THE METRO ENTRANCE)

  • AVAILABILITY 15 PEOPLE
  • TRANSPORT BY TUBE AND ON FOOT
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A walk through the art district of Bilbao

OVERVIEW

An exploration of art scene of the iconic neighborhood of San Francisco guided by three renown local agents. We will understand, as art influenced the urban transformation and the creation of a design scene in the city.

We will visit three spaces dedicated to artistic and cultural productions from different perspectives to sketch the artistic map of the district of Ibaiondo. We will appreciate the different relationships between art and design driven by small design studios and communication agencies. Understand how the world of art has hatched during recent years and the context and the dynamics that made it possible will give us a new prism to observe the current design scene of Bilbao.

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During the trip we will visit four spaces for artistic and cultural production:

Okela Sormen Lantegia

A nonprofit space located in a former butchery, founded and managed by artists with the goal of activating the contemporary art scene and foster relationships between plastic and visual artist. The founders will share with us the scene of young Basque artists, their relations with the local ecosystem and the relationship with the world of design. 

Aldama Fabré Gallery (https://www.aldamafabre.org)

founded by Eugenia Griffero Fabré and the businessman Gorka Aldama in 2016, Aldama Fabré is an exhibition space focused on the promotion of national and international emerging artists and the creaton of synergies and collaborations with other galleries, artistic spaces, curators and art agents. Disobedient and provocative, Aldama Fabré mutates at every exhibition into a space ‘taken’ by the project and the world the artist lives in. A meeting point around creativity it contributes to the city’s cultural fabric while projecting itself outside of it.

2 ordu Bilbao (@2ordu_bilbao)

an artistic-critique atelier where we will get to know the work of the artist and educator Charo Garaigorta and the projects of Esteban Torres and Ibai Etxezarraga, artist and architect respectively who focus their work around the the mapping, analysis and transformation of the “critical spaces” of Bilbao. The studio is a living workshop, where enjoy the making of the artistic process through ongoing work, finished pieces and a creative and collaborative atmosphere.

visit will finish with a snack in front of the “2 ordu Bilbao” space, at the Marzana Dock, enjoying the view of the Estuary of the Nervión river and La Ribera Market.

    
  • DATE SATURDAY, JULY 2ND
  • LOCATION IBAIONDO
  • DURATION 2H 30’
  • TIMING
                    
    • 17.30DEPARTURE FROM THE BILBOROCK BUILDING
      (> 10’ explanation of the activity)
    • 17.40DEPARTURE FROM THE BILBOROCK
      (> 10’ walk)
    • 17.50ARRIVAL AT OKELA
      (> 20’ visit to Okela)
    • 18.10DEPARTURE FROM OKELA
      (> 10’ walk)
    • 18.20ARRIVAL AT ALDAMA FABRÉ GALLERY
      (> 20’ visit to Aldama Fabré Gallery)
    • 18.40DEPARTURE FROM ALDAMA FABRÉ GALLERY
      (> 10’ walk)
    • 18.50ARRIVAL AT 2 ORDU BILBAO
      (> 20’ visit to 2 ordu Bilbao)
    • 19.10SNACK AT 2 ORDU BILBAO
      (> 15’)
    • 20.00END OF ACTIVITY
  • DEPARTURE
    /MEETING
    POINT

    BILBOROCK

  • ARRIVAL

    2 ORDU BILBAO

  • AVAILABILITY 20 PEOPLE
  • TRANSPORT ON FOOT

Workshops

Drink & Draw

    
  • DATE SUNDAY, JUNE 26TH
  • STARTING
    TIME
    19:30
  • LOCATION
    DOCK BILBAO
  • DURATION 2H
  • AVAILABILITY 40 PEOPLE

 

Drink & Draw is more than a workshop. It is the result of a movement that spread all over the world. It offers the possibility to socialize, have fun and create through one of the most universal arts: drawing. Accompanied by music and beer we will be propose a series of design challenges that can only be solved through drawing and imagination in small groups.

The session finishes with the sharing of each group’s work and the display on a common mural.

Tunipanea: An experimental workshop on random musical instruments

    
  • DATE TUESDAY, JUNE 28TH
  • STARTING
    TIME
    16:00
  • LOCATION
    CUCHILLO
  • DURATION 2H 30’
  • AVAILABILITY 8 PEOPLE

 

A hands-on workshop, starting playfully with the collection of different mechanisms and materials designed to facilitate experimentation and combine pleasure and joy with the concept of randomness as a conceptual, plastic and acoustic resource. There is something attractive and amusing when we see a chaotic machine in the making and we explore that terrain.

We will manufacture instable musical systems using a series of objects such as engines, fans or solenoids that, combined with simple mechanical pieces will activate different visual and sound artifacts. We will experiment with simple constructions of string and percussion instruments, markers, paint, etc. 

At the end we will share the different findings in an informal presentation in the form of an audio/video installation, and we have the opportunity to chat and speculate around individual projects and the possibilities of different constructions.

We will use easy to assemble materials, digitally fabricated techniques with 3D printing and laser cut. For an example of the work and final results, such as the “EKHO” automaton or “The intimate rhythm of chance” project see https://tunipanea.com.

Proyecto Hemen: Ceramics Workshop

    
  • DATE SATURDAY, JULY 2ND
  • STARTING
    TIME
    10:00
  • LOCATION
    PROYECTO HEMEN
  • DURATION 2H 30’ - 3H
  • AVAILABILITY 15 PEOPLE

 

This workshop, the three promoters of the design studio Proyecto Hemen, aims to foster a meeting point for the dialogue, the reflection and the experimentation through ceramics. We will dive into the creative process of ceramics design, reflecting on the artistic conceptualization of the object, the materials and their possible alterations, and the development of a piece. The workshop is held in the Proyecto Hemen atelier, with the possibility to explore their gallery of works as examples of ceramic production. https://proyectohemen.com

Studio Visits

Visit to SKFK Slow Desing

OVERVIEW

Get to know the local ‘slow fashion design’ movement and its the sustainable design approach.

We propose a trip to the town of Larrabetzu, a rural area in the surroundings of Bilbao, to visit one of the main references of the fashion design ‘slow movement’ in the territory of Bizkaia: the SKFK fashion design company, a local flagship of sustainable design with wide international recognition.

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SKFK

www.skfk-ethical-fashion.com

During the visit we will get to know first-hand the “from zero” ethical fabrication and sustainable design process of the Basque fashion brand SKFK (SkunkFunk). With a firm commitment in “another way” of doing fashion and with the art and culture as source of inspiration, SKFK defends a conscious and responsible way of consuming. Design is not only a creative tool prior to the manufacturing of garments, but as a strategic tool to build an international enterprise with presence in 38 countries, deeply involved in the re-actualization of Basque fashion industry and design that constantly promotes initiatives for the wellbeing of the environment and people.

 

    
  • DATE MONDAY, JUNE 27TH
  • LOCATION LARRABETZU
  • DURATION 2H 30’
  • TIMING
                    
    • 11.00 DEPARTURE FROM BILBAO
    • 11.30 ARRIVAL AT SKFK
      (> 1h 30’ visit to SKFK)
    • 13.00 DEPARTURE FROM SKFK
    • 13.30 ARRIVAL TO BILBAO
  • DEPARTURE
    /MEETING
    POINT

    GUGGENHEIM MUSEUM BUS PARKING

  • ARRIVAL

    GUGGENHEIM MUSEUM BUS PARKING

  • AVAILABILITY 20 PEOPLE
  • TRANSPORT MINIBUS

Studio Visit: Sinpatron + Hemen Project + Cuchillo

OVERVIEW

Visit to three design studios with the most particular personality in the creative scene of Bilbao.

The three studios have something in common: a brave vision and a distinct personality where the human touch and the joy of doing always have place in the design process. From different creative disciplines, each of them brought fresh air to the creative universe of Bilbao, with proposals that went beyond the final result showing new ways of doing, communicating and living the city.

 

    
  • DATE WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29TH
  • LOCATION BILBAO OLD TOWN AND SAN FRANCISCO AREA
  • DURATION 2H
  • TIMING
                    
    • 10.00 MEET AT ARRIAGA THEATER SQUARE
      (> 20’ presentation of the activity)
    • 10.30 ARRIVAL AT SINPATRÓN
      (> 20’ visit to Sinpatrón)
    • 10.50 DEPARTURE FROM SINPATRÓN
    • 11.00 ARRIVAL AT HEMEN PROJECT
      (> 20’ visit to Hemen Project)
    • 11.20 DEPARTURE FROM HEMEN PROJECT
    • 11.30 ARRIVAL AT CUCHILLO
      (> 20’ visit to Cuchillo)
    • 11.50 DEPARTURE FROM CUCHILLO
    • 12.00 END OF VISIT AT ARRIAGA THEATER SQUARE
  • DEPARTURE
    /MEETING
    POINT

    ARRIAGA THEATER SQUARE

  • ARRIVAL

    ARRIAGA THEATER SQUARE

  • AVAILABILITY 20 PEOPLE
  • TRANSPORT ON FOOT

CUCHILLO

www.somoscuchillo.com

a daring proposal and an irreverent spirit define the style of Cuchillo. A design studio that works mainly in digital environments, but, due to its versatility often ride parallel ways such as fashion, product design, publicity or art. Visiting their space in the characteristic San Francisco hood is breathing 100% style. We will meet the professional and creative crew that form Cuchillo, their working processes and their last designs.

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HEMEN PROJECT

proyectohemen.com

Partially in the world of ceramics and partially in the world of fashion, Hemen has established itself as one of the referential spaces of Bilbao. Their studio in the Old Town unfolds as a polyhedron towards the city, conjoining ceramic atelier zones, creative spaces and a shop where it is possible to acquire their last designs. Having generated an important community around their project through their ceramic workshops (one of them will be open to DRS2022 attendees, too!), Hemen proposes an especially original viewpoint, where training and craftwork cohabit with design and community. During th visit, we will meet the founders and will talk about how to build a reference space around a baking oven.

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SINPATRON

https://www.sinpatron.eus / @sinpatron

A space created by the fashion and for the fashion, managed by Alberto Etxebarrieta, where the artistic and creative impulse and the joy prevail over the rules that govern the world of dressmaking. With a clearly vocational style for art, the way of doing of an artisan and a taste for genuine results, Sinpatron is a sculptor of unique garments. His creative process and his way of doing are considered gems that stand out in the world of fashion and design. We will visit Alberto’s shop in the Old Town of Bilbao, with its unique windows turned art gallery and we will hear of an extremely singular way to build a fashion and design firm

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Bike Routes

Zorroza, Olabeaga and Zorrotzaurre.
The future of the transformation of Bilbao

OVERVIEW

An exploration of the up-and-coming design and knowledge ‘mega-district’ of Bilbao.

The latest Special Urban Plan of Bilbao, designed by Zaha Hadid Architects, has the island of Zorrotzaurre as the epicentre of a historic change. It will create a new ecosystem with educational institutions, private and public companies, the creative sector and spaces for leisure and art sharing the same space. From the island, the change is spreading to the peripheral, former industrial areas: Zorrotza, with its precious industrial architecture and its working-class neighbourhood structure; Olabeaga, with its privileged views over the river.

We propose a bike route that departs from Zorrotza and follows the river until, after crossing the estuary, enters Zorrotzaurre.

In Zorrotza, we will admire the Basque Mills (one of the most representative elements of the metropolitan industrial landscape) and share a critical appreciation of the new opportunities for the area.

In Olabeaga, we will visit two spaces where the architecture and the design serving the rehabilitation achieved noticeable results. We will get to know Oslo Cowork https://biderbostphoto.com, a space that merges a photography studio and collaborative working space. We will then visit Silo https://silobilbao.com, a former coffee factory turned a multifunctional event space. 

To conclude the ride, we will cross Zorrotzaurre, stopping at two of the best examples of the island’s design, knowledge and innovation: Kunsthal https://www.kunsthal.es and As Fabrik. Both spaces, committed to academic education and knowledge transfer, fulfil a double function. Their presence is both a traction for change on the island and an added value to the design ecosystem of Bilbao.

 

  
  • DATE TUESDAY, JUNE 28TH
  • LOCATION ZORROTZA, OLABEAGA AND ZORROTZAURRE
  • DURATION 2H 30’
  • TIMING
      
    • 17:00 START RENFE ZORROTZA STATION
      (> 10’ bikes pickup)
    • 17:10 START RIDING
      (> 5’ bike tour)
    • 17:15 ARRIVAL AT ZORROTZA
      (> 5’ guided tour)
    • 17:20 DEPARTURE FROM ZORROTZA
      (> 10’ bike tour)
    • 17:30 ARRIVAL AT OSLO COWORK
      (> 15’ visit to Oslo Cowork)
    • 17.45 DEPARTURE FROM OSLO COWORK
      (> 15’ bike tour)
    • 18.00 ARRIVAL AT SILO
      (> 15’ visit to Silo)
    • 18.15 DEPARTURE FROM SILO
      (> 15’ bike tour)
    • 18.30 ARRIVAL AT KUNSTHAL
      (> 25’ visit to Kunsthal)
    • 18.55 DEPARTURE FROM KUNSTHAL
      (> 5’ bike tour)
    • 19.00 ARRIVAL AT AS FABRIK
      (> 25’ visit to As Fabrik)
    • 19.25 DEPARTURE FROM AS FABRIK
      (> 5’ bike tour)
    • 19.30 ARRIVAL AT ESPACIO OPEN
  • DEPARTURE
    /MEETING
    POINT

    RENFE ZORROTZA STATION

  • ARRIVAL
    ESPACIO OPEN

  • AVAILABILITY 20 PEOPLE
  • TRANSPORT BY BIKE AND ON FOOT
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River Cruise

River cruise through the Estuary of Bilbao. From the town hall to the Abra

OVERVIEW

Experience at a glance the numerous transformations that took place around the Estuary of Bilbao from an urbanistic, commercial and industrial perspective.

We will appreciate the extent to which the physical environment as well as the urban settlements in both sides of the Estuary were altered   to respond to the different development stages of the city.

Urban landmarks, engineering and civil construction works and industrial networks that have shaped during several years a singular local industrial landscape. Observing it from the privileged position of a river cruise, we will identify the turning points on the history of the city’s urban transformation from a medieval port city to the a city of culture thanks to the revitalisation and sanitation of the polluted estuary.

We will appreciate how the route to the estuary from the Old Town to the exterior Port of the Abra was designed, modelled and altered along the course of history, and how every cultural social and economic phase of Bilbao has left its footprint on the environment.

 

    
  • DATE THURSDAY, JUNE 30TH
  • LOCATION ESTUARY OF BILBAO
  • DURATION 1H 30’
  • TIMING
                    
    • 20.20 DEPARTURE AT GRÚA CAROLA
      (> 10’ boarding at the Sea Museum pier)
    • 20.30 DEPARTURE OF THE BOAT
      (> 1h 30’ river cruise until the Bizkaia Bridge)
    • 22.00 ARRIVAL AT THE PÍO BAROJA SQUARE´S PIER
  • DEPARTURE
    /MEETING
    POINT

    CAROLA CRANE

  • ARRIVAL

    PÍO BAROJA SQUARE PIER

  • AVAILABILITY 70 PEOPLE
  • TRANSPORT IBAI ALAI BOAT
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Walking Routes

Following the towers

OVERVIEW

Visit to three different districts of Bilbao, each home to a distinct creativity and design ecosystem that grew on their distinctive elements by the hands of local studios.

Following the trail of the Bilbao tallest buildings, this tour represent a journey through three eras, three visions of architecture and three spaces of the city of Bilbao, where the design sector and the creative ecosystem landed in very different ways. We will share the most significant elements of each neighbourhood and the peculiarities of their distinct design sector, visiting some of those spaces where design and creativity breath every day.

 

Proposed path:

  1. Bailen Tower and the “arty” district of San Francisco
    (with Cuchillo https://www.somoscuchillo.com)
  2. Isozaki Towers – Albia Building and the riverside promenade
    (with Dock Bilbao https://www.dock-bilbao.com/)
  3. Bizkaia Tower (former BBVA Tower) and the Expansion Area of Bilbao (with Ricky Dávila, head of CFC https://www.cfcbilbao.com/es/)
    
  • DATE WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29TH
  • LOCATION SAN FRANCISCO, URIBITARTE DOCK, EXPANSION AREA
  • DURATION 2H 30’
  • TIMING
                    
    • 16.00MEET AT THE RIBERA MARKET
      (> 10’ presentation of the activity)
    • 16.10DEPARTURE FROM THE RIBERA MARKET
      (> 30’ guided tour with Cuchillo)
    • 16.40ARRIVAL TO WOMEN SQUARE, VISIT TO THE OLD TOWN AND IBAIONDO
      (> 10’ taking the baton)
    • 16.50DEPARTING FROM WOMEN SQUARE
      (> 30’ guided tour in Dock)
    • 17.20ARRIVAL AT THE COHABITATION SQUARE (UPPER PART)
      (> 10’ taking the baton)
    • 17.20DEPARTURE FROM THE COHABITATION SQUARE
      (> 10’ walk to CFC)
    • 17.30ARRIVAL AT CFC
      (> 20’ visit to CFC with Ricky Dávila)
    • 17.50DEPARTURE FROM CFC
      (> 20’ guided tour with Ricky Dávila)
    • 18.10ARRIVAL AT ABANDO SQUARE
      (> 20’ walk to Azkuna Zentroa)
    • 18.30END OF VISIT AT AZKUNA ZENTROA
  • DEPARTURE
    /MEETING
    POINT

    RIBERA MARKET (terrace of La Tibera bar)

  • ARRIVAL

    AZKUNA ZENTROA

  • AVAILABILITY 30 PEOPLE
  • TRANSPORT ON FOOT
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Design and the public transport infrastructure of Bilbao

OVERVIEW

Explore the role of design on the infrastructure of the metropolitan mass-transportation system signed by the like of Norman Foster, and its relationship with the industrial and corporate design of the city. 

One of the pillars of the transformation of Bilbao was the construction of the underground transport system that the path of the other great milestone that fully B brought Bilbao into the 20th century: the arrival of the railway.

The iconic metro system, designed by Norman Foster and Partners was first and foremost a key advancement on urban mobility, but it also helped consolidate in the collective consciousness of the Greater Bilbao’s citizens the idea of a metropolis.  This infrastructure could connect, in a natural way, what till then was just a multicentric urbanisation structuring it for the first time within the frame of an integral design that offers a coherent branding and architectural trademark, as well as the feeling of a unified identity for all the municipalities that the railway system connects.

During the visit we will explore how the main public transport arteries were designed, and how they played a major role in shaping the current identity and the very fabric of the city. We will also have the opportunity to take a closer look to CAF (Construcciones y Auxiliar de Ferrocarriles), the internationally recognised Basque company which design marks the transport systems of many capital cities around the world.

Note: Tickets to access all the transports included in the tour will be provided by the organisers.

    
  • DATE FRIDAY, JULY 1ST
  • LOCATION AROUND THE CITY
  • DURATION 1H 30’
  • TIMING
                    
    • 10.30MEET AT THE GUGGENHEIM MUSEUM TRAMWAY STOP
      (> 10’ presentation of the activity)
    • 10.40RIDING THE TRAMWAY
      (> 10’ tour by tramway)
    • 10.50ARRIVAL AT HOSPITALEA STOP
      (> 20’ explanation of San Mames Station’s project)
    • 11.10DEPARTURE FROM SAN MAMÉS STATION
      (> 10’ riding the train: lines C1-C2)
    • 11.20ARRIVAL AT THE ABANDO STATION
      (> 15’ presentation of the Abando Station)
    • 11.35DEPARTURE FROM THE ABANDO STATION
      (> 10’ walk)
    • 11.45ARRIVAL AT SAN NICOLÁS
      (> 10’ explanation of San Nicolas’ Station)
    • 11.55DEPARTURE FROM SAN NICOLÁS
      (> 20’ guided tour with Ricky Dávila)
    • 12.00ARRIVAL AT MOYUA SQUARE
  • DEPARTURE
    /MEETING
    POINT

    GUGGENHEIM MUSEUM TRAMWAY STOP

  • ARRIVAL

    MOYUA SQUARE

  • AVAILABILITY 30 PEOPLE
  • TRANSPORT ON FOOT, BY TRAMWAY, TRAIN AND TUBE
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