Bilbao is very famous for it's unique and excellent gastronomy and plenty of famous chefs are from here. In addition, the Basque country is the region with more Michelín Stars on the Iberian Peninsula and it has some of the best gastronomic schools. So, if you come to Bilbao you should try the most typical dishes from Bilbao. Here are some of them:

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The Athletic Club is our football team. It was founded in 1898 thanks to the British that worked here, who taught to the Basque people how to play football and even if it has had its ups and downs it is, with the Real Madrid and the Football Club Barcelona, the only club that has always been in the First Division of Spain.

In addition, one of the most representative and original particularities of the Athletic is the tradition of playing only with players that have been born in the Basque Country or that have trained since they were young in the quarry of the Athletic Club.

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Bilbao is the largest and most cosmopolitan city in the Basque Country. As an emerging tourist attraction, the city has been able to successfully combine tradition and contemporary sophistication.

During the twentieth century, Bilbao grew in influence and population due to its industrialization. Unfortunately, by the 1970s the city's decay had started as pollution levels increased and the economic crisis arrived. However, thanks to an ambitious renewal plan, Bilbao started to prosper again, and it became the affluent and touristy city it is today, and a world-level design

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The city of Bilbao is not only known for its city centre or the great contrast between the city itself and its surroundings, but it is also well known because of its coast. There are some beautiful beaches and old ports within a very small “metro” distance. You will find very picturesque towns, harbours with a great fishing tradition and beaches in which the surfing tradition is kept like an extraordinary treasure.

Old Port

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