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Bilbao: San Mamés Museum and Stadium Tour

1. Bilbao: San Mamés Museum and Stadium Tour

Access the Museum between gates 19 and 20 of the famous San Mamés stadium where the tour visit begins. Then experience a unique insight into the world of football at grass level. Live the experience of a real-life footballer as you run out onto the field from the tunnel, wander through the locker rooms, and imagine the buzz of excitement in the press room. Along with the stadium tour, visit the modern and innovative Athletic Club museum, home to a wide selection of fascinating football memorabilia. Explore the museum and marvel at its collection of 500 original football-related objects that have been collected over more than a century. See the past and present of the club come to life as you admire trophies, costumes, graphics and audiovisual material celebrating the Red and Whites. There’s plenty to see and do at the museum with 4 audiovisual productions, 13 interactive systems, 600 videos, an immersive video-wall, and a playroom equipped with entertainment for all ages.

Paragliding Tour over San Sebastian

2. Paragliding Tour over San Sebastian

The fly will depend in weather conditions. If wind conditions are appropiate the flight will be done in San Sebastian. If the wind is not appropriate in San Sebastian you will move to Zarautz where the views are equally spectacular. The San Sebastian fly jumping point is located in Ulia mountain, just in front of Zurriola beach. In case the flight is taken to Zarautz you will fly from Talai Mendi where you will be able to see the sea, the beach, and the city from a privileged vantage point. Enjoy a unique adventure and feel like a bird having spectacular aerial views while being accompanied by an experienced instructor.


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What people are saying about Basque Country

Good plan! Eye! meeting point NOT WELL INDICATED OR EXPLAINED in the App. I recommend: 1- enter the museum and with your reservation code they give you your tickets 2- go down to the museum and spend some time on what is shown there, 15-20 minutes quietly (You can also return when you finish the guided tour, if you have left something). And wait for the guide when you arrive at the end of the museum 3- at the time of the visit, the guide goes through the museum to congregate in the last room the group of people who will make the visit with him / her. And the visit begins.

Had the best experience ever. I’ve been at a lot of the stadiums since I’m a big Chelsea supporter, but only Athletic history made me book a tour even without the game itself. It was absolutely amazing and I can’t thank both of our tour guides enough. They were incredible & it was really interesting talking to someone who’s travelling away as well & knows their club 100%. Unfortunately I didn’t ask their name but the tour was on 26.01.20 and I would recommend this to everyone. My friend she’s not a football fan, but she enjoyed it a lot!

Good choice of activity for football fans The guide (# 4) was extremely engaged and knowledgeable about football - and spoke good English - he alternated seamlessly between English and Spanish. Although we were only 4 English speakers and the rest Spanish, he gave us just as much time. Fantastic stadium and museum. Looking forward to the match there tonight.

The countryside impressed us inside. We went on the last visit at 17:45 and it was already getting dark so the sprinklers and "gadgets" that they had for the conservation of the field gave off light that illuminated it and it was great. The visit was a little quick, we would have liked to enjoy it more calmly.

It was a nice way to learn something about soccer. Even if you don’t like soccer you will like the tour!