What to see in Bilbao
Bilbao City Hall, located in Ernesto Erkoreka Square, is an imposing building that reflects the rich history and dynamic spirit of this vibrant city.
Built at the end of the 19th century, the iconic monument is a symbol of local administration and a landmark in the urban landscape of Bilbao.
Its structure stands majestically with its stone facade, ornate details and a central tower that rises above the rest of the building, which also has arches, columns and wrought iron balconies that add a touch of classic elegance.
Upon entering the town hall, visitors are greeted by a spacious lobby filled with natural light. The interior of the building is decorated with beautiful details, with highlights being the marble floor and the carved wooden stairs. The meeting rooms and offices reflect the historical atmosphere of the building, with antique furniture and paintings adorning all the walls.
One of the most outstanding features of the place is its plenary hall, neo-renaissance inspired, where political representatives make important decisions for the city. The site is richly decorated, with high ceilings, impressive chandeliers and a raised platform for council members.
In addition to its administrative function, Bilbao City Hall is a meeting place for citizens. The square in front of the building is frequently used for events, celebrations and demonstrations. It is a meeting point and a space for the public expression of ideas and opinions.