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The Plaza Nueva or Plaza Barria (New Square) of Bilbao is a monumental square of Neoclassical style built in 1821. Its name comes from the previously existing Plaza Vieja or Old Square in the place where the Ribera Market was built. The square is enclosed by arcaded buildings and accessed by arches known as cuevas (caves).
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The Plaza Nueva is a must for those visiting Bilbao. Besides being a beautiful square it is a popular meeting point for locals and visitors alike. There are many bars that offer a variety of delicious pinchos and terraces where to sit and watch people walk by. On Sundays there's an interesting flea market (old books, minerals, birds...) and the place becomes very lively.
Good coffee, the food looked very good and the service was excellent. A nice place to watch the world go by.
Nice typical spanish square. It is very interesting to see the children play in the middle of the square while their parents are in the near by terraces. Definitely one of the main areas of Bilbao - both touristic and local.
Amazingly hot though tourists seem to cope with the outdoors. Promptly closes at 1400 hrs !!
Great place for pintxos, or a cortado sitting on the sun or the shade (great also for rainy days!)
Love it, amazing plaze with a lot of bars and night life in the central towns square of Bilbao
Fantastic location, bedrooms spotless with comfy beds. The staff very helpful, nothing is too much trouble. Looking forwards to our next visit
Very nice, but this town has lots more to offer. Some excellent shops though
Quite nice to see. Had a great meal at a good price in one of the many restaurants.
Watch the world go by with a drink and some excellent food from the bars around the Square. Gure Toki especially good.
It is very pretty, there are many Sights and its worth going there. There are many restaurants und cafes. The most of the cafes and the restaurants are very good. The food taste very delicious and rhey have many things to drink.
Bilbao once had Plaza vieja (Old square) so it is quite logic they also constructed Plaza nueva (New square) surrounded by arcades with arches known as cuevas (caves). Formally the site of the Biscay government.