- Universidad de Deusto (Bilbao and San Sabastian campuses)
- Universidad del País Vasco http://www.ehu.es/p200-shenhm/en
The region made up by the Basque Country, La Rioja and Navarra represents 6.7% of the population of Spain, but accounts for 14.4% of exports, and comprises 21.1% of Spain’s investments abroad.
With 150 kilometers of coast and four provinces furnished by a diverse landscape, there is more to enjoy in the region than just the famous Rioja wines!
The Rioja wine district is located in northern Spain, in the valley of the Ebro River.
Bilbao, the most important city in northern Spain, is located on the coast of the Bay of Biscay.
It was originally a seaport and in the 15th and 16th centuries became a center of commerce between Spain, Europe and America. Today, over 1.1 million inhabitants live in Bilbao and its metropolitan area.
The Bilbao | Rioja area in northern Spain is an important industrial center, well-known for its innovation through technology development centers and a top tourist destination because of its wide range of its cultural sites, diverse geography, world-famous cuisine, and the excellent Rioja wines.