Visit you too Guggenheim in Bilbao and Feelgood!

Hello everybody!. I think this is great news!. According to El Pais paper, Euskadi recorded last July an increasing of tourists in since January 1992. The clouds of the crisis on the tourism sector are dissipating thanks largely to the climate of freedom from terrorist violence after a year without ETA attacks in Spain and general peace in the streets.
The summer of 2010 is well on its way to becoming the most visitors have come to Euskadi in its history. Basque Director of Tourism, Isabel Muela, believes that the absence of attacks helps convey the image of a quiet community with low crime and high security.
The councilman of Culture San Sebastian, Denis Itxaso, agrees that the political atmosphere is calm and quiet in the streets contributes to the tourists come to the Basque Country.
A spokeswoman for the hotel of Marques de Riscal winery shows a change in clientele.Three years ago, were weekend visitors, and at different times of summer, who enjoyed the wine tourism in the area. Since 2009 the stays are longer and even in summer visitors arrive. Terrorism does not seem to be a concern: “It looks like something far away,” he adds.
I think my grandmother was half from Basquien and myself I grow up in Galicia in the north of Spain so I am more from the green part of Spain. Beautiful, by the way!
In the picture you can see Guggenheim museum in Bilbao, amazing!, isn´t it?.
This impressive building was designed by the North American architect Frank O. Gehry. It occupies a site measuring 32,500 m2 on the edge of the river Nervión, i.e. 16 m lower than the centre of the city of Bilbao and is crossed at one end by the enormous La Salve Bridge, one of the main entrances into the city.
In addition to the temporary exhibitions it organises on a regular basis, the museum has a permanent collection of works belonging to the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, the Peggy Guggenheim Collection and the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao. Together, these two collections represent a major overview of the art and artists of the 20th-century.
Get the change to visit it and Feelgood!