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Visitors in Bilbao who are seeking somewhere to stay close to Sopelana have a great range of accommodations choices. If you're thinking of roaming in Sopelana, Travelocity contains about 15 unique places to stay within a 6-mile (10-kilometer) radius of the town center.
Although Sopelana doesn't lay claim to a wide list of Travelocity-listed hotels in the heart of the central precinct, Hotel Modus Vivendi is central enough to be appropriate for Travelocity readers.
The Rusticae Arresi Hotel is approximately 5 miles (9 kilometers) outside the middle of Sopelana. An alternative accommodation option is the Hotel Embarcadero, which can be found about 4 miles (6 kilometers) away. Other accommodation options in this neighborhood include the Gran Hotel Domine Bilbao along with the Hotel Miro.
Time permitting, adventurous travelers could discover more of the sights of the Basque Country region. Travel to Basque Country's old towns. Anyone with a passion for nature should also put aside some time to admire the region's rural landscapes, beaches, coastal plains and forests. Modern travelers in this region of Spain will enjoy mountain climbing.
Looking for more activities? Spend a few hours exploring Vizcaya Bridge and Getxo Aquarium, which can be found in Getxo, 2 miles (4 kilometers) southwest of Sopelana. Travelocity-listed Getxo accommodation options include the Petit Palace Tamarises and URH Palacio de Oriol Hotel. 9 miles (14 kilometers) south of Sopelana, you can also stay at Bilbao Old Town, which features the Hotel Carlton and Melia Bilbao. Whether you're just passing through or staying in Bilbao Old Town, be sure to venture to the Church of San Antón and Church of Santos Juanes.
If you can't stop thinking about sport and enjoy watching local games spend a day at San Mames Stadium, located 8 miles (13 kilometers) to the south of Sopelana. Sports fans wanting to find a hotel near to the sporting action should read about the Edificio Santiago or the Abando.