The Euskalduna building is one of the symbols of the new Bilbao.
It was inaugurated in 1999, the work of Federico Soriano and Dolores Palacio, and is considered one of the most important contemporary works by Spanish architects. The building is located in the centre of the city and represents the last vessel built at the old Euskalduna shipyard.
This major multifunctional complex has a floor area of 53,000 square metres and hosts a range of cultural activities (opera, concerts, ballet, music recitals...), as well as congresses, large conventions and business meetings. Its Auditorium is outstanding, with exceptional acoustics and an impressive organ. It has Spain's largest and Europe's second-largest stage.
Origin: 20th Century
Artistic period: Contemporary
Historic period: 20th Century
Avenida Abandoibarra 4
48011 Bilbao (Bizkaia)
Saturday mornings, guided tours for groups (maximum 30 people) at Midday. Monday-Friday, Saturday afternoons and Sundays, book appointment on tel.: +34 944035000.
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