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Guggenheim Museum Bilbao

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Guggenheim Museum Bilbao

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Bilbao Historical Tour

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Discover the history of Bilbao on this guided walking tour. Learn about the city’s gastronomy, culture, architecture, and traditions while you explore the streets and feel like a local. Tour highlights include the Plaza Nueva in Casco Viejo, La Ribera market, Catedral de Santiago, Bidebarrieta (the central library), and more.
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Katerina T wrote a review Oct 7
Larnaca, Cyprus39 contributions24 helpful votes
impressive and creative museum, don't miss it, better by ticket via internet, the necessary time is at least two hours to see all the expo inside and outside
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Date of experience: August 2020
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MyrzaPL wrote a review Sep 2020
Warsaw, Poland18 contributions27 helpful votes
Amazing architecture of the Frank Gehry's building uplifts the art displayed inside. The museum can all be comfortably visited in 2-2.5h, offering opportunities to experience different forms of art, and the relatively limited exhibition enables a thorough and thoughtful encounter without feeling overwhelmed. Masterpieces collection, with a great explanation of the art background and context is particularly see worthy. And the Guggenheim App greatly helps navigate the collection with one's own mobile phone, sending Audio Guides to traditional museums where they belong!
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Date of experience: September 2020
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YASIN S. wrote a review Sep 2020
Barcelona, Spain30 contributions13 helpful votes
Amazing Experience Actually my first date with Basquiat... you can see also Andy Warhol at the same room...
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Rick28200 wrote a review Sep 2020
San Lorenzo de El Escorial, Spain563 contributions40 helpful votes
I have been to Bilbao a couple of times, but had never been to the museum. It is a nice building and the exhibitions are well distributed. My suggestion: if you have a mobile phone with wireless earplugs (I have an iPhone and iPods), download the app of the museum and go discovering the rooms and the exhibition listening to the information, specially if you don’t know much about modern art (like me). The museum personal could be a little nicer. They didn’t do anything to upset me, but sometimes I did feel I was in a prison been watched by mean guards.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Gonçalo MB wrote a review Aug 2020
Porto, Portugal48 contributions10 helpful votes
*This museum is an absolute must-see, from the building and surrounding areas masterfully crafted by architect Frank Owen Gehry to the exhibited art (canvas, sculpture, installation). All the titanium built structure is a architecture and engineering marvel to contemplate and drool at. *Its exhibitions (both fixed and temporary) are impeccably curated, contemporary and timelessly relevant. *Highlight to the beautiful and ingenious exhibition of Olafur Eliasson, drawing attention to optical illusions, reflections, and most importantly social and environmental issues posed by the climate crisis in the new anthropocene. Mr. Eliasson, you are a avant-garde genius. Thank you for creating such an enticing dialogue through art.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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