Moving Around


Metro Bilbao is a rapid transit (metro) system serving the city of Bilbao and the region of Greater Bilbao. There are two lines (1 and 2) designed with a "Y" shape to transit both banks of the Bilbao estuary (Nervión river) which then combine to form one line that ends in the south of Bilbao.

During the week the metro operates from 6:00 to 23:00 h. On weekends the metro offers a special night-time service. On Fridays the Metro works until 2:00 in the morning and on Saturdays it has a 24h service.

More information: https://www.metrobilbao.eus/en

línea metro


The Bilbao tram (EuskoTran) was born to improve the railway services in Bilbao and to serve neighbourhoods and areas unattended by Metro Bilbao or short-distance trains. The construction of the first phase of the line started on May 1999. The first six stations were opened on December 18, 2002. Bilbao Tram line Atxuri-La Casilla, works from 6:00 to 23:00 during the week and from 07:00 to 23:30 on weekends.

The nearest station to the conference venue is: Guggenheim.

More information: http://www.euskotren.eus/es/tranviabilbao 

línea tranvia


The metropolitan bus service in Bilbao is called Bilbobus, and comprises 148 bus lines and 517 stops all around the city. Bilbobus offers a variety of lines to move around the city.

More information: http://www.bilbao.eus/cs/Satellite/bilbobus/es/inicio


Radio Taxi Bilbao: +34 94 444 88 88
Radio Teletaxi: +34 94 410 21 21
RadioTaxi Nervión: +34 94 426 90 26