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Mercado de la Ribera, Bilbao
Categories: Flea Markets, Shopping
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Mi novia y yo vinimos a comer a la cervecería aranbarri y es exc, el servicio fue genial y nos explicaron como funciona el servicio de una manera detallada y de una manera muy agradable. Los pintxos h... read more »My girlfriend and I came to eat at the brewery aranbarri is exc, the service was great and explained to us how the service in detail and in a very pleasant manner. The tapas were excellent and prepared Vermouth is traditional and exc. There are many places to eat and where you sit, whether they are the chairs by the window or on the terrace. It is a nice place, there is variety but not much and we love the place. Recommended to all those tourists who want to come to eat pintxos.show original
Easily reached on the local tramway Euskotren this is great place to explore in the morning. Jump off at La ribera, a day pass gives you all the travel you want all day for the price of 2 single ticke... read more »
Passeggiando per una delle vie principali di Bilbao ci siamo imbattuti in questa bellissima costruzione con vetrate art deco' che tutto sembra tranne il mercato coperto più grande d'Europa.Semplicemen... read more »Walking through one of the main streets of Bilbao we stumbled across this beautiful building with art deco stained glass is that everything looks except the Europe's largest covered market. Just wonderful. Well kept, neat, clean with lots of people doing the shopping, find shoals of meat, fish, fruit and vegetables, fresh everything, a visit can not miss.show original
Best Negroni ever and great pintxos. The market itself is brilliant as well, definitely worth a look - especially if you're self-catering! Visit on a Saturday to see millions of people, or mid-week to have a more relaxed browse and peruse the fresh, local produce.
Went there for breakfast on the day Athletic played San Sebastian at San Mames - there was a fabulous atmosphere. Everybody seemed to be having cocktails to start the day, so we joined in the fun! Great pintxos (tapas) and cocktails for 3 euros - what's not to like?!
Fantastic vibe and an eclectic mix of people. Market closes at 3pm weekends but bar/food hall seems to close around 5pm. Pintxos about €1.80, beer €2. Well worth a visit when in the city.
Beautiful building by the river. It has both a traditional market and a small food court to grab something to eat or drink
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