Dendarikale is a suite bedroom in Bilbao, apartment with furnished and refurbished shared bedrooms in Bilbao
Very spacious en suite room, perfect for a couple, with double study and living area.
You will love the bohemian air and the colorful decoration of this apartment.
Wooden floor and 2 windows overlooking the courtyard but you have a balcony to enjoy the views and the atmosphere of the Old Town.
Equipped with a large closet, shoe rack, chest of drawers, bedside tables and double bed of 1.35×1.90m.,
Study area with sofa, double desk, 2 chairs and flexo.
Bed linen (comforter and cover, sheet and pillow, cushions and bedspread) and towels.
DESCRIPTION OF THE APARTMENT
Updated apartment, in one of the 7 streets of Casco Viejo, with elegant and comfortable rooms.
3 bedrooms with living area and study, dining / TV room, kitchen and 1 full bathrooms and 1 toilet.
Wooden floors, Climalit windows.
Gas heating and hot water (boiler).
The apartment with a suite bedroom in Bilbao is in an old and restored building with a portal that retains its wooden staircase. From some of its rooms you can see the Mercado de la Rivera and the Cathedral of Santiago.
The apartment is very well connected; the METRO (exit Plaza Unamuno) and the tram (Mercado de la Rivera stop).
There are several EUSKOTREN suburban trains with stops in Casco Viejo (Zazpi Kaleak), Atxuri or Abando and buses BILBOBUS LINEA A2 – SOLOKOETXE – PLAZA BIRIBILA and LINEA A5 – PRIM – PLAZA BIRIBILA and BIZKAIBUS TO THE UPV OF LEIOA LINEA A2314, in addition to the EUSKOTRAN streetcar to reach all Bilbao and its surroundings.
From Casco Viejo you can walk to the University of Deusto in a few minutes and you can take the bus that takes you to the University of Leioa at the Town Hall.
You have all the food stores and services (banks, pharmacies, health center, market …) in the Casco Viejo and the beautiful newly restored Mercado de la Rivera less than 50mts away.
The Seven Streets of Bilbao are the original core of the town. We do not mind that at the time of the foundation of the “Very Noble, Very Loyal and Invicta Villa” by Don Diego Lopez de Haro, back in 1300, there were only three streets. It did not take long to complete the entire walled enclosure with new houses and dwellings that completed what we know today as such. Thus, by the last quarter of the 14th century, the fourth street was already beginning to be outlined, and by the middle of the 15th century the 7 streets were already known with their current layout.
And this is, precisely, one of the great attractions offered by the walk through the seven streets of Bilbao, knowing that they are the same ones through which the people of Bilbao walked more than seven centuries ago without having undergone substantial transformations. The Bilbao of always has its heart in the Seven Streets. Rehabilitated after the floods that flooded it in 1983, the Casco Viejo is one of the main centers of leisure and commerce in Bilbao. In its pedestrian streets, classic stores alternate with the most innovative ones and with plenty of bars and restaurants where you can taste the best of Basque gastronomy.
It is not only a great center of outdoor life. Among its old buildings and squares there are backwaters of culture and wisdom. Four museums, which are large, are hidden among the “Siete Calles”: from the smallest of them all, the Museo de Pasos de Semana Santa, to the oldest, the Euskal Museoa-Museo Vasco, to the newest, Arkeologi Museoa, or the Eleiz Museoa-Museo Diocesano de Arte Sacro, in the plazuela de la Encarnación. Thousands of visitors immerse themselves every year in its streets; any pretext is good to enjoy the gastronomic, commercial and cultural offer that the Casco Viejo offers, a place of recreation and scene of numerous playful and festive appointments, like the Sunday flea market of the Plaza Nueva or the fair of Santo Tomás.
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