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Bizkaia Frontoia

Martin Barua Pikaza 27, 48003 Bilbao, Spain
+34 944 04 94 65
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What an experience!

The Hanging Bridge is a 100 year engineering wonder. We rode a lift to the height of 145 feet above... read more

Reviewed 12 October 2017
Leann C
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Plymouth, Minnesota
A must see bridge

It's unique, amazing and 100% you must travel on the hanging bridge. It is very cheap to go across... read more

Reviewed 1 December 2014
vimi663
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Granada, Spain
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Bizkaia fronton is a amazing pelote court for playing Basque Pelote.You can visit and also enjoy a typical Jai Alai game.El frontón Bizkaia es una espectacular cancha de juego de pelota vasca. Se puede visitar y también disfrutar de un típico partido de Jai Alai
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12 Oct 2017
“What an experience!”
1 Dec 2014
“A must see bridge”
Suggested Duration: 2-3 hours
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Martin Barua Pikaza 27, 48003 Bilbao, Spain
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+34 944 04 94 65
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Reviewed 12 October 2017

The Hanging Bridge is a 100 year engineering wonder. We rode a lift to the height of 145 feet above sea level and walked across the bridge. It gave us spectacular views of the area. We felt completely safe because the floor was solid and...More

Thank Leann C
Reviewed 1 December 2014

It's unique, amazing and 100% you must travel on the hanging bridge. It is very cheap to go across in it. When you get off the bridge there's a very friendly cafe/ restaurant.

1  Thank vimi663
Reviewed 5 August 2013

In 1960 I went to my first 'fronton' to see "jai-alai" or handball. In Spanish the word is 'pelota' and the players style themselves 'pelotaris.' In Bridgeport, CT where I was a professor and chairman of the Dept. of Modern Languages a quarter of a...More

2  Thank basquel
Reviewed 19 January 2013

Looking at the audience at the Fronton Bizkaia is like an ethnological study in the Basque people. The game is such an authentic portal into their culture.

3  Thank newyorkbo
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