Category: Tripventures

Bolivar House

Casa Bolivar is one of the few purely modernist buildings of Bilbao and it’s in the middle of nowhere, in Olabeaga, a neighbourhood which used to be called
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Beti Jai

This is one of the frontons, the open-walled area in which the jai alai sport is played, that were built in Madrid at the end of the 19th
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Villa Juanita

This “indiano” house was built in 1923 for José Abarca, María Díaz and their nephew Juanita. They had left Arriondas to Puerto Rico, where they made money. The
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El chalet de Cepa

Also known as “Casona de los Valle”, it was built at the beginning of the 20th Century in a very clear Cantabrian (“montañés) style for Acisclo del Valle
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Madinat al-Zahra

This is an amazing place, only 10 minutes away from the city of Cordova. It was a lost city, almost like Petra, until 1911, when archaeological diggings were
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San Mamés Stadium

This stadium holds games by Athletic Club since 2013, when it was first inaugurated. Its 114,500 m2 have a capacity of 53,000 people and could be increased to
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