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  • From San Sebastian: Pamplona & Olite Royal Palace Tour

    1. From San Sebastian: Pamplona & Olite Royal Palace Tour

    Your tour begins with pickup at your hotel in San Sebastian. After a short 1.5-hour drive, you will arrive at the Royal Palace of Olite, where you will have 2 hours to explore this fascinating site. Following the castle visit, you will head to Pamplona where you will first sit down for a 2-course meal for lunch. Following this, you will begin sightseeing to some of the most famous spots of the city, including the running of the bulls path (where the world wide famous San Fermin festivities take place, the city hall square and the cathedral. After a day full of activities, your tour will return back to San Sebastian where you will be dropped off at your hotel or any other spot of your convenience.

  • From San Sebastian: Bilbao Tour with Guggenheim Museum

    2. From San Sebastian: Bilbao Tour with Guggenheim Museum

    Enjoy a perfect morning in Bilbao city, the economical capital of the Basque Country, in a small-group tour to avoid the crowds. You will receive an accurate view of this historic city guided by a local guide, who will explain all you need to know, from history to gastronomy and other details. Your tour begins with pick-up in your hotel. After driving for about an hour, you will arrive to Bilbao and go sightseeing, where your tour guide will explain to you all the details and history of the biggest city of the Basque country. You will see the Ria de Bilbao, the Casco Viejo area with the 7 streets, the Arriaga Theater and many more. Later you will enjoy the modern art at the Guggenheim Bilbao museum, where the building itself is pure art (total time located for museum visit is around 2-3 hours). Following this, you will head back to San Sebastian where your guide will drop you off at yo...

  • San Sebastián: Electric Scooter Tour

    3. San Sebastián: Electric Scooter Tour

    Explore the stunning city of San Sebastián, riding an electric scooter. Discover five neighborhoods, four sculptures, three beaches, two emblematic plazas, and a river. Start at the foot of Mount Ulia, in the neighborhood of Sagües. Arrive at the Urumea River to see the main architectural trends in San Sebastián. Travel en route to Urgull, an old military fort that has protected the city for centuries. Get unbeatable views of the bay of La Concha. Go to the port and the access gates to the Old Town. Enjoy the 2.5 kilometers that separate the Town Hall from the sculpture of the Wind Comb by Eduardo Chillida, at the other end of the Bay. See a bay in the perfect shape of a shell, a spa, old trees twisted by the maritime winds, and a palace that was the summer resort of Spanish Royalty for several years. Start at the top of Mount Igueldo and get the most amazing views of the city. Learn...

  • From Bilbao: Basque Country 5-Day Guided Tour

    4. From Bilbao: Basque Country 5-Day Guided Tour

    This 5-day tour takes you on a discovery of the beautiful Basque Country. With accommodation in Bilbao, you will explore the stunning Basque coast, visit some of the wineries in the Rioja wine region, admire the magnificent scenery of the countryside, and explore the sights in the cities of Bilbao, Biarritz, San Sebastian, and Vitoria-Gasteiz. Detailed Itinerary Day 1: Arrival in Bilbao Arrive at Bilbao Airport and transfer to the selected hotel in Bilbao. You will be provided with a full dossier with information about the Basque Country and the tour program. Depending on your time of arrival, you will have some free time to visit the sights in Bilbao and dinner (our guide will be able to recommend you the best options for it). Lodging at the hotel. Day 2: Basque coast and Bilbao city tour After breakfast you will start a half-day exc...

  • From San Sebastian: Rioja Wine Tour

    5. From San Sebastian: Rioja Wine Tour

    This tour features the Basque wine region called Rioja Alavesa. This area is home to the best wineries of Rioja. Along the way, find not only wine, but discover amazing historical places. The St. James route passes through the area with medieval villages where there will be a few stops. Also along the way, experience art, culture, and the best that Spain has to offer. Leave from San Sebastian early in the morning. Upon arriving, taste the wines in some of the oldest wineries in Rioja Alavesa. After that, head to Laguardia Medieval village. Here, learn part of the history of La Rioja while you have time to eat pintxos and drink wine. Finally, visit a fourth winery in the area. All the wineries you are going to visit produce high quality wines with the traditional Rioja process.

  • San Sebastian: Private Walking Tour w/ Panoramic Views

    6. San Sebastian: Private Walking Tour w/ Panoramic Views

    First, you will visit the entrance of the town hall of San Sebastian, a former casino, and one of the most important meeting places for the bourgeoisie during the Belle Epoque. Going inside, you will travel back in time. The oldest area will show you what it was like to live in a fortified city near the border with lives depending on the sea and waiting for the battles to come. You will visit the historical areas like Constitution Square, beautiful narrow streets and head to the magnificent Buen Pastor Cathedral, stopping along the way at Guipuzcoa Square. Afterwards, walk through the promenade of La Concha Bay stopping at the beautiful Miramar Palace. Ending this walk, you will find the sculpture of 'The Comb of the Winds' from where the tour will continue up to Igueldo's hill, taking the popular funicular to enjoy the best view of the city and the bay. Return to the meeting point.

  • Basque Country 3 Capitals 5-Day Coach Tour

    7. Basque Country 3 Capitals 5-Day Coach Tour

    Explore the 3 main cities of the Basque Country on a 5-day tour of Bilbao, San Sebastian and Vitoria. Day 1: Bilbao Get a full dossier about the Basque Country upon check in at your hotel. Day 2: Bilbao - San Sebastian Head towards San Sebastian via Azkoitia and stop at the Sanctuary of Loyola to admire the Baroque monuments of the religious complex. Continue to the village of Zumaia and get magnificent views of the Bay of Biscay as you drive along the coastal road. Upon arrival in San Sebastian, take a panoramic bus tour to see highlights such as the Kursaal Palace. Enjoy some free time for lunch, and then take a walking tour of the Old Town. Day 3: San Sebastian - Rioja - Vitoria Depart San Sebastian and pass the old towns of Tolosa and Ordizia, known for its weekly Wednesday market. Next, visit the elegant village of Oñati and cont...

  • San Sebastian: City Discovery Game

    8. San Sebastian: City Discovery Game

    Discover San Sebastian as never before with this original interactive game experience. Using your cell phone, your challenge will start on Bilbao Plaza, facing Maria Cristina Bridge. Simply open your e-mail link that will be sent to you and your adventure will begin. Set off to explore San Sebastian as you solve 13 clues, with each correct answer taking you to the next location. As you proceed through the challenge, learn more about the history of the city and the local culture with fun facts. If you need a little helping hand, ask for hints to help you solve the clues. Discover the center and Old Town of one of Spain's favorite cities, San Sebastian. You will look at the city in a way you haven’t before, exploring its narrow streets and witnessing street art and more while solving the cryptic clues. Along the way you’ll unlock local recommendations for drinks and pintxos (including th...

  • San Sebastián: City Tour with Pintxos and Wine

    9. San Sebastián: City Tour with Pintxos and Wine

    Discover the natural beauty of San Sebastián starting at the top of Mount Igueldo, finding the most amazing views of the city. Learn about the history of the Basque Country, the Bay of Biscay, and the role of San Sebastián in all this. Descend Igueldo aboard its wooden funicular, which is more than 100 years old. Get off next to the most photographed sculpture in the city, the Peine del Viento by Eduardo Chillida. Head to the other 'Finis Terrae' of the city, Sagüés and La Zurriola, the epicenter of the surfing scene in San Sebastián. Check out the main hallmarks of the city, its romantic nooks, the palace built for royal summers, the French-influenced, modernist, and rationalist buildings, or more recent architecture such as the Kursaal. Visit the gastronomic epicenter of San Sebastián; Old Town, home to the pintxo bars, the gastronomic Sociedades, and the seasoned locals enjoying th...

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What people are saying about San Sebastián

It was a bit difficult to understand at first, but then things really started. It was very entertaining and we walked a total of 10 km without realizing it. It is very interesting and fun for children, teenagers and adults.

nice, helpful communication online that responded to our individual requests. friendly, competent, courteous tour guide (stefan), interesting route, good hotels. Many thanks and kind regards

Little bit difficult at the beginning, but then it was a pleasure