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The building was designed by architects Federico Soriano and Dolores Palacios to resemble a vessel permanently under construction surging forth from the docks where the Euskalduna shipyard once stood. It is a tribute to the former steelmaking and shipbuilding tradition scattered along Bilbao’s riverbanks.

Free guided tours for the general public

Day of visit

Saturday

Time

12:00

Visitors per group

30 people maximum

Tickets can purchased from the tour guide

A second guided tour will be scheduled for 13.00 hours should there be more than 30 people. The areas to be visited may vary as a function of conference centre occupation and uses.

Tours can be cancelled if deemed necessary due to conference centre activities.

Pre-booked tours

Tour days

Weekdays, Saturday afternoons and Sundays

Time

To be scheduled

Visitors per group

30 people maximum

Price: On weekdays: €4 per person in the case of 17 or more visitors | If there are less than 17 people, 65 euros will be charged for the entire group | 90 euros will be charged per group on Saturday afternoons and holidays.

Guided tours conducted in languages other than Basque or Spanish will be charged at a rate of €90.

Tickets can be purchased from the conference guide

Tours can be cancelled if deemed necessary due to conference centre activities.

Book a guided tour

Please fill out the following form or call +34 944 035 000 to book a guided tour.

              Interesting information

              How to get to the Euskalduna Conference Centre
              See the map
              The building
              Get to know our history
              Show guide
              Upcoming shows

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