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Flight Lyon Bilbao : Airline ticket

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Flights Lyon - Bilbao
  • Weather30-34 °F30 - 34 °F
  • Distance 675 km
  • Duration 1h20
  • Currency Euro
  • Languages Spa. Spanish

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Fly to Bilbao, destination Basque Country!

A city of character, renowned for its heritage and cultural offerings

Bilbao, a dynamic city in Spain's Basque Country, offers an unforgettable tourist experience. Famous for its striking modern architecture, Bilbao is home to the Guggenheim Museum, dedicated to modern and contemporary art.

Art, history and culture enthusiasts can visit the city's many museums, galleries, historic sites and monuments. Soak up the lively atmosphere by strolling the picturesque streets and taking part in local festivals, or head to the nearby beaches for a dip in the Atlantic Ocean or a surfing session. Bilbao is also renowned for its colourful and generous cuisine. Restaurants serve up pintxos (Basque tapas) and tasty platters of fresh seafood.

A trendy destination, Bilbao will charm any traveller in search of authenticity and diversity. The capital of the Basque Country is also a major economic hub, attracting promising companies and young talent.

Book your Flight Lyon Bilbao ticket now and discover a city with many assets!

5 reasons to visit Bilbao

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Visit Bilbao’s famous Guggenheim museum

Bilbao’s Guggenheim museum is renowned throughout the world. It was built in 1997 along the Nervión River, that crosses the city. It is dedicated to modern art - from 1950 to present times. Monumental works of art are also visible outside the building, such as the "Puppy" - a huge dog made of flowers. The building is a work of art in itself, made of stone, glass and titanium and designed by Frank Gehry.
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Strolling through the Casco Viejo streets

The Casco Viejo area is Bilbao’s old town. This part of town is also nicknamed "las Siete Calles" - the Seven Streets in English - as it counts seven main streets. This pedestrian district is bursting with lively bars, restaurant and shops. The Ribera open market, selling local produce, is also held there.
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Taste the town’s famous pintxos

Pintxos look a lot like Spanish tapas. They are bite-sized versions of larger dishes. Most bars offer them, and they can be enjoyed with friends or family in a relaxed atmosphere. Made with meat, fish or vegetables, they can be marinated or plain...there are lots to choose from. They can be savoured with a glass of Rioja wine, produced not far from Bilbao.
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Crossing the river on the Puente de Vizcaya

The Puente de Vizcaya is a transporter bridge, built during the 19th century. Foot passengers and car-drivers can cross the river in a gondola. This bridge is classified as a UNESCO World Heritage site. You can take a lift up to the top of this structure. From the top, you can look out over Bilbao’s harbour and port entrance.
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Wandering through the center of Bilbao

The centre of Bilbao draws on various influences and represents lots of different eras. Indeed, many buildings have façades with bow windows. There are also a few Art Deco and Art Nouveau monuments scattered along the streets. For a resolutely arty stay, the Euskalduna Convention and Music Centre, as well as the Basque Culture museum, Bullfighting museum and Fine Arts museum are all located in the city centre.

5 reasons to visit Bilbao

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Stroll through the old town

Bilbao's old town, known as Casco Viejo, offers a lively, authentic atmosphere. In the Siete Calles (seven streets) district, you can stroll through its narrow streets, discover its picturesque squares and explore the boutiques, pintxo bars and historic churches that bear witness to the city's history.
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Visit the Guggenheim Museum

The world of contemporary art is brought to life in Bilbao's famous Guggenheim Museum. The bold architecture of the Frank Gehry-designed building provides a fitting backdrop for the museum's collections and international exhibitions. Discover fascinating works of art, from installations to sculptures and paintings!
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Relaxing on the beaches

Bilbao's coastline, bathed by the Atlantic Ocean, is renowned for its beaches. For example, you can go to Getxo beach, close to the city, or a few kilometres further on to Playa de Sopelana. The Basque coast also boasts a number of well-known spots for surfers, who come to enjoy the waves in the midst of splendid scenery.
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Take the Artxanda funicular

A breathtaking panoramic view of Bilbao awaits you at the end of the Artxanda funicular route. Climb to the top of the hill for a spectacular view of the city, the surrounding mountains and the Nervion River, offering a unique perspective on Bilbao. You can take a stroll along the paths of the Parque del Funicular, for a shady break surrounded by nature.
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Savour Basque gastronomy

Basque cuisine is based on fertile land. Seafood, cured meats, spices, cheeses and wines all feature prominently. You can visit La Ribera market, one of the largest covered markets in Europe, or sit down at one of Bilbao's many restaurants for a convivial gourmet break. For a sweet interlude, savour a biskotx, a traditional Basque cake!

Must-sees of Bilbao

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FAQ: Flights Lyon - Bilbao

How long does it take to fly from Lyon to Bilbao?

The average time for a direct flight from Lyon Saint-Exupéry Airport (LYS) to Bilbao International Airport (BIO) is 1 hour and 30 minutes, for a distance of around 690 kilometres as the crow flies. The actual duration of your flight may vary according to the date and time you choose, the airline you fly with and the weather conditions.
 

Which airlines offer flights between Lyon and Bilbao?

Volotea offers two weekly flights between Lyon Saint-Exupéry (LYS) and Bilbao (BIO) airports.

Want to fly to Spain? Check out all our direct flights between Lyon and Spain, and plan your next trip to the Iberian Peninsula!

When should you travel to Bilbao for a break in the Spanish Basque Country?

You can plan a weekend or a stay in Bilbao in any season, to visit museums and monuments, tour the tourist districts, enjoy the cultural activities and discover the local gastronomy. Weather conditions are most favourable between April and October.

Would you like to enjoy the beaches of the Basque coast? We suggest you take advantage of the summer season, between June and September. The oceanic influence protects Bilbao from excessively high temperatures in July and August.

When should I book my flight to Bilbao?

 Airline companies adjust their ticket prices according to how full their aircraft are. By booking your ticket several weeks or months in advance of your flight date, you'll generally benefit from lower fares. Flexible dates can also save you money.

You can also prepare for your journey to Lyon Saint-Exupéry airport in advance and book your parking space online.

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