The Zubizuri (Basque for "white bridge"), also called the Campo Volantin Bridge or Puente del Campo Volantin, is a tied arch footbridge across the Nervion River in Bilbao, Spain. Designed by architect Santiago Calatrava, the bridge links the Campo Volantin right bank and Uribitarte left bank of the river.
All good. We had a great game of hide and seek with under 10s then had a chill out in the public library.
Beautiful design, but flawed. It seems it gets very slippery when wet, so they have placed some ugly plastic carpet on the walking surfaces
It feels like you are on a space ship while on that bridge. Had a problem when was launched - it was so slippery on rainy days...and in Bilbao there are many. So, they found a solution: the carpet /alfombra. That's In case you where wondering what's the deal with that. :)
Great structure. Adds to an interesting architecture mix in Bilbao. Worth crossing over to the other side, if not only for the views.
Very cool design and wide enough for easy flow of traffic. Perfect for people walking between the Guggenheim and funicular.
A strange bridge with an optical illusion because of being curved. Really nice.
The bridge looks awesome but it wasn't as functional as expected. The glass floor could be beautiful and dangerous at the same time. Be sure in rainy days to catch the railing.
Pretty good view actually, the bridge - Zubizuri - is hanging at the top of the river - Nervión. I recommend visiting it.
The bridge was fun to walk on. The view over the water was beautiful.