Fairly quiet when we had a coffee one morning, maybe it gets a bit more interesting in the evening. I imagine it would get very hot in summer.
We love plazas and seek them out in most cities we visit. This one is especially good for people watching. You can learn a lot about Spanish life, families and social customs. The park is full of children playing, lovers and old people. Add to that, one good pintxos eatery after another.
An excellent venue to try some food and beverage. Full of life. A real taste of the Basque area.Victor Monte worth a visit.64 arches around an enclosed square.A perfect spot to take a break. Basque language academy also situated here.
I was still in a fog when I arrived in Bilbao. Took a nap and went to the plaza for dinner. I don't eat pork or seafood so it was a challenge, but I ended up having lamb, chicken, and most importantly sangria. Everyone was nice, it was wonderful to sit outside and people watch, and was a great first... More
Great feel for local life. Lively plaza surrounded by bars/restaurants. Kids playing in square at all hours. Frequently some sort of performance in summer. Sundays brings antique market. Must spend a lazy evening here.
This lovely square was packed when we visited early evening. There are bars lined all around the perimeter and lots of tables and chairs set out in the centre. Popular with all ages - watch out for the kiddies running around and kicking their footballs!
This is a must visit, antiques, kids and their parents swapping collectable cards, people crushed together like sardines, pinxchos, and all rolled together with a happy atmosphere. Sunday from about 2pm is recommended.
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