Bedroom 3 is a double bedroom with a heating unit, desk, shelves, a wardrobe and a chest of drawers.
Single occupancy: €380.
Double occupancy: €435.
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Rooms are available to rent in a 70 m², 3-bedroom apartment in Uribarri. The property has a balcony and is very bright and modern, with wooden floors. There are 3 bedrooms, a shared kitchen / dining room, and a shared bathroom.
You will be living in Uribarri. It is a pleasant 15-minute walk along the river to Deusto University, and you can cross the Zubizuri bridge to walk into the city centre. The metro should arrive to the area in 2017, and there is also a tram stop 5 minutes' walk away which links to the university and to the Casco Viejo.
Suitable for: Professionals, Couples, Students, Erasmus
In a few words: green, neighbourly and central
Move here to be near: the vibrant Casco Viejo, the Universidad de Deusto, the city centre, the relaxing Etxebarria park
Suitable for: anyone, from students to professionals
Can I afford it? € (budget friendly)
Getting around Euskotren: Loruri-Ciudad Jardín
Metro (opens 2017): Matiko, Uribarri
Overview Central. Tranquil. Connected. In this Bilbao neighbourhood, residents have everything from greenery to the exciting city centre at a moment’s notice. Uribarri (Spanish: Uríbarri) is just a few minutes’ walk from all the attractions of the Basque capital, including Deusto University and the Casco Viejo, but its steep streets make it feel unexplored and authentically Basque.
What can I do here? Explore Uribarri’s streets using the public escalators, admire Bilbao’s handsome city hall, take the funicular up to the summit of Mount Artxanda and marvel at the panoramic views of the city, and relax in Etxebarria park. When you’ve had your fill of neighbourhood life, cross the Zubizuri bridge and you’re in the heart of the city centre.
Interesting fact The La Salve bridge became famous when the Guggenheim museum was built directly underneath it. The bridge’s red portico was later constructed in 2006, following a competition aiming to further integrate the bridge’s architecture with the Guggenheim. Architectural!