San Sebastián
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  • San Sebastian: Gourmet Pintxo Tour

    1. San Sebastian: Gourmet Pintxo Tour

    The activity starts at the Alameda del Boulevard and takes place in San Sebastián's Old Town. You can choose to take part at around lunchtime (12:00 PM) or dinner time 7:00 PM). Enjoy a flexible 2-hour tour (or however long you prefer) and visit traditional places to try delicious pintxos. You will get to try around 4 different kinds, carefully selected by culinary experts and will also get 4 drinks to accompany each one. In between you will have the chance to discover the whereabouts of this amazing area full of history, getting mixed with the local people through the route that our guides will take you.

    Elena was a super knowledgeable, personable guide, and the pintxos were great too!

  • San Sebastian: Hop-On Hop-Off City Tour Train

    2. San Sebastian: Hop-On Hop-Off City Tour Train

    Come aboard this sightseeing train and you will discover everything that makes San Sebastian a unique and special place. The departure point is located in the heart of the historic city center next to the Cantabrian sea, on Paseo de Salamanca. The train route goes around the historic center, along the bay of La Concha to see the Santa Clara Island, Mount Urgull, the Miramar Palace, the Buen Pastor Cathedral, the Victoria Eugenia Theatre, and more. Hop on and off at your leisure. The vehicle, an articulated train with 2 carriages, has screens in case of rain, panoramic roofs in all carriages providing easy visibility for all passengers. They also have TFT screens with information about different places on the tour and the various excursions that you can purchase from the Donostia-San Sebastián City Tour office.

  • From San Sebastian: Flavors of French Basque Country Tour

    3. From San Sebastian: Flavors of French Basque Country Tour

    Embark on a guided gastronomic adventure through the French Basque Coast of Iparralde, one of the most picturesque regions on the Atlantic Coast. Explore the seaside villages of Biarritz, Saint Jean de Luz & Guethary and sample its local specialties. Be introduced to the history of the area. Meet your guide in the morning. Enjoy a spectacular drive along the corniche basque to Saint Jean de Luz. Start your culinary journey with a visit to the local ‘affineur’, an expert who receives cheese from producers and holds it in their shop until it’s ready to eat. Sample a selection of ‘raised’ by affineur cheeses. Sip French Basque wine from Irulegui. Next up, take a stroll along the streets of the town listening to the thrilling stories of local pirates, corsairs, sailors and fisherman. Enjoy free time to visit the 13th-century church of St. John the Baptist with its remarkable hull-shaped w...

  • From San Sebastian: Hondarribia Sightseeing and Pintxos

    4. From San Sebastian: Hondarribia Sightseeing and Pintxos

    Be picked up in San Sebastian and drive down one of the most scenic roads along the Basque Coast. On the way, your guide will explain the history of the area and what to expect throughout the experience. Your first stop is the fishing port of Hondarribia, where you’ll hear about the history of local sailors, pirates, and explorers. Immerse yourself in some of the oldest fishing traditions and find out about some of the favorite seafood delicacies in the region. Head to the historic part of this fortified town with its narrow streets, flower-draped balconies, and medieval charm. Find out about the hacheros – men with peculiar sheep wool hats – and discover a hidden collection of tapestries by Rubens in the castle of Emperor Charles V. Visit two bars in the town and try some pintxos which were invented in Hondarribia. Continue to the fisherman village known as the Marina to savor pintxo...

  • 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 Sebastián: Basque Craft Beer & Food Walking Tour

    6. San Sebastián: Basque Craft Beer & Food Walking Tour

    For some years now, beer making has been a powerful trend in San Sebastián. Learn about the city’s beer culture as you taste 10 or more local craft beers paired with local food. Walk to local bars and discover the best-kept secrets of the beer-making process. Start the evening out at one of the most unique spaces in San Sebastián that combines a Basque bar, modern restaurant, and brewery. Taste three different homemade beers and visit the closed-to-public elaboration area to learn insider secrets behind beer making. Next, stroll down the streets of the relaxed surfing district, Gros, to reach the next stop: a small, family-run bar that has been open for over thirty years. This is the only place in San Sebastián where you can try the best local and imported artisan beers and lambics. Sample recommendations are carefully chosen by Gorka, beer freak and the family-run bar’s proud owner. ...

  • San Sebastián: Private Walking Historic & Cultural Tour

    7. San Sebastián: Private Walking Historic & Cultural Tour

    Dress in comfortable clothes and meet youre guide at the kiosk of Alameda del boulevard at 11 a.m. or 5 p.m. if you prefer an evening tour. During these three hours you will visit more than 15 points of interest that have been significant in the history of the city and have shaped Donostiarras way of being. Your guide will tell you everything you need to know about the city's history over the years and he will answer all your questions about other things you might want to learn about. At the end of the tour finish by tasting a traditional pintxo in the old town where the locals like to enjoy themselves every weekend. Do not hesitate and joint this tour to learn everything you need to know about this amazing city!

  • 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 Sebastian: Hidden Parks and Palaces Walkabout

    9. San Sebastian: Hidden Parks and Palaces Walkabout

    Your tour will begin in the neighborhood of Egia, a recent corner of San Sebastian. From there you will head up to Cristina Enea, a hidden gem just 15 minutes of the town center. Walking along this park you will discover a palace that holds a love story, as well as numerous peacocks which live freely inside the city. You'll then cross the river and head up to the main residential neighborhood of Donostia, Amara. There you'll go through the main aspects of the day-to-day life of the locals and the modern Basque society. It is an incredibly complex territory, but is so enchanting that you may just risk wanting to stay and live there like guide does. After walking around Amara, you’ll head up to Aiete Park, which is one of the biggest parks in town yet one of the most unknown. You'll see immense trees, a hidden cave, and a palace where the most loved and hated personalities of the country...

  • San Sebastián: City Tour with Pintxos and Wine

    10. 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

Overall rating

4.1 / 5

based on 38 reviews

Amazing experience! We had a sociable and knowledgeable guide. Every pintxo ordered was the specialty of that place, and the wines were top tier.

great tour of the pubs in san sebastian

enjoyed the tour and conversation, we had a wonderful time and tried new things all in all wonderful!

Fantastic tour; delicious food and drink and an opportunity to really experience the city.

Elena was a super knowledgeable, personable guide, and the pintxos were great too!

We liked this very much! Handsome and good guide and very good food! Top!