Basarrate (Metro Bilbao)
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|Location||Campa de Basarrate|
|Owned by||Metro Bilbao S.A.|
|Platforms||2 side platforms|
|Structure type||Underground station|
|Opened||5 July 1997|
Basarrate is a station of line 1 and line 2 of Metro Bilbao. The station is located in the neighbourhood of Santutxu, in the district of Begoña, in Bilbao. The name of the station comes from the Campa de Basarrate (Spanish for Basarrate field), as the station is located directly below it. It opened on July 5, 1997.
Basarrate station follows the typical cavern-shaped layout of most underground Metro Bilbao stations designed by Norman Foster, with the main hall located directly above the rail tracks.
- 3 Pintor Losada St. - Campa de Basarrate (Basarrate exit)
- Iturriaga St. and Marqués de Laurencín St. (Ascensor Iturriaga exit)
|Preceding station||Metro Bilbao||Following station|
The station is located in close proximity to a Bilbobus stop with services from the San Ignacio-Txurdinaga (13) and Santutxu-Biribila Plaza (40) lines.