The Abando Indalecio Prieto Station in Bilbao is located in the city centre. It is also known as the North Station and has perfect connections with all means of public transport.
Parking near the Abando Indalecio Prieto station in Bilbao can be difficult, due to its central location. The neighbourhood of Abando is one of the historic districts of the city and, in addition to numerous pedestrian streets, public parking is regulated by the OTA (Online Travel Agency).
Although regulated parking in Bilbao is much more flexible than in other cities, the time restrictions are clear. In the blue zone the allowed parking time is two hours and in the green zone, the maximum is five hours. For this reason, booking parking with Parclick is a wise solution. In addition, in Parclick you will have long-stay parking at your disposal if you need to go to the train station to leave for a trip.
Abando Indalecio Prieto Station in Bilbao, also known as the North Station, is located in the Abando neighbourhood, right in the centre of the city. It is the main railway station in Bilbao.
The station was opened in the year 1948 and its building is of classic style and monumental character. Inside the station its famous multi-coloured stained glass window stands out, which was the work of the Unión de Artistas del vidrio de Irún (a group of artists from Irun who specialise in glass).
To know where to park in Bilbao we recommend that you visit the Parclick online application. There you will have access to a large directory of low cost parking lots in the city. In addition, you can make your parking reservations online, to avoid last minute surprises.