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Descubre San Sebastián –Donostia, en euskera- a tu propio ritmo subido a un autobús con subida y bajada libres. Pasea por la ciudad y observa sus principales lugares de interés desde la perspectiva privilegiada de la parte superior del autobús de dos pisos. Baja cuando lo desees para visitar algún sitio a pie, vuelve a subir cuando pase el bus otra vez y oriéntate con el mapa de la ciudad.

Este servicio tiene salidas diarias y se complementa perfectamente con tu visita a esta maravillosa ciudad costera. Aunque se avecine tormenta, el techo corredero te protege de las inclemencias del tiempo. Hay 15 paradas que te llevarán por lo más destacado de la ciudad, empezando por la parte este de Donostia, en el monte Urgull. Desde el emblemático castillo que corona la montaña, el recorrido sigue camino abajo bordeando la línea litoral, acompañado por las famosas vistas de la bahía de Vizcaya. Sigue la ruta por la plaza Gipuzkoa y cruza el río Urumea, desde donde se ven los puentes adornados que indican el camino hacia la bahía. Pasaremos por la playa de Zurriola hasta la zona que ha dado fama a la ciudad, la playa de la Concha. Disfruta de las increíbles vistas panorámicas, especialmente bonitas en verano, mientras sigues el camino hacia el funicular y el palacio de Miramar.

La cultura gastronómica de San Sebastián, famosa por sus excelentes pintxos, atrae turistas de todo el mundo e incluso algunos restaurantes de la ciudad atesoran varias estrellas Michelin. Descubre la historia, la cultura y la famosa reputación de San Sebastián con este recorrido.

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Ven a conocer San Sebastián, una de las ciudades costeras más bonitas de España a bordo de su propio tren turístico. Descubre qué es lo que la convierte en una ciudad tan única y especial subido a este tren con ruedas. Conoce el centro histórico y bordea una de las playas más famosas de Europa: la Concha.

Este recorrido de 40 minutos empieza en el casco antiguo de San Sebastián –Donostia, en euskera- en el paseo de Salamanca, al lado del mar Cantábrico. Contempla la majestuosa silueta del monte Urgull o apréndelo todo sobre la historia y cultura de la ciudad mientras escuchas atentamente la audioguía disponible en 8 idiomas. Pasaremos por una de las mejores playas urbanas de Europa, la Concha, y disfrutarás de unas vistas panorámicas de la bahía, apacible en verano y de espectacular en invierno. Verás la isla de Santa Clara erigirse en la distancia, cuya silueta es una parte inseparable de San Sebastián, así como el palacio de Miramar en el lado opuesto de la bahía.

Tendrás un mapa con la ruta a tu disposición para que puedas orientarte y no te pierdas ningún punto de interés. Los vagones están adaptados para personas con movilidad reducida para que cualquier persona pueda apreciar las maravillas culturales de San Sebastián. Incluso, si llueve, el techo panorámico y las pantallas te permiten seguir disfrutando de la excursión desde la comodidad de un tren.

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San Sebastián atrae turistas de todo el mundo gracias a su cultura gastronómica, famosa por sus excelentes pintxos, cuya calidad ha llevado a algunos restaurantes de la ciudad a exhibir varias estrellas Michelin. Descubre la famosa reputación de San Sebastián con esta cena en una sidrería tradicional donde el chuletón, la sidra y el bacalao están a la orden del día.

Codéate con los donostiarras y comparte un gran banco de madera para sentarte y disfrutar de una experiencia gastronómica genuina. Espera a oír el conocido “txotx” y prepárate entonces para levantarte y servirte directamente de “kupela” – bota, en euskera-. La sidra es una de las bebidas más características de San Sebastián que se produce con manzanas de temporada de forma tradicional y que te quitará la sed ¡al mismo tiempo que te hará pedir más!

La cena se complementa con un excelente chuletón servido al gusto, además de bacalo, quesos y membrillo, sin duda un menú que colmará las expectativas de los paladares más exigentes. Aún quedan algunas sidrerías en las que los clientes comen de pie, como se hacía tradicionalmente. Esta experiencia te sumergirá en la cultura vasca de la forma más rústica y genuina.

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Unveil the secrets of the Basque cuisine with our expert local chef. Visit “La Bretxa” food market and marvel at the quality of the raw material. After shopping for the ingredients with our chef and local guide in the food market of La Bretxa, enjoy some of the typical Basque recipes in a gastronomic society. Learn how to cook traditional dishes such as cod in pil pil sauce, squid in its own ink, fried or battered anchovies, clams in green sauce, cod or hake cheeks and a lot more!

The gastronomic societies are reserved spaces set up with a kitchen, which were traditionally joined only by men, and where only they can cook nowadays. In these gastronomic societies, their members cook together and have fun sharing the kitchen and the table with other members or guests.

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Only 25 kilometres from San Sebastian, you can visit one of the most beautiful fishing villages of the Basque Country, known for worshipping artisanal production: Txakoli and grilled fish. After strolling along the charming streets of the village, you will learn the artisanal process of fish preservation carried out in one of the canning companies. A handmade job embodied in the texture and taste of its precious anchovies and canned bonito (high quality tuna).

Later, we’ll head into the hills to visit one of the family-run wineries where this popular white wine Txakoli is produced. Besides learning everything about the elaboration process of this extraordinary crisp wine, you will enjoy some tasting.

To culminate the day you’ll enjoy the grilled fish and seafood of Getaria in a traditional restaurant with views of the port.

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The Old Town has small corners to delight any gourmet: La Bretxa food market and delicatessen shops with local products and designation of origin. One of the keys of the success of the Basque cuisine lies in the quality of its raw material and the season products.

Visit La Bretxa food market in the Old Town of San Sebastian, where the majority of the most popular local chefs choose the ingredients for their dishes everyday and some of the best gourmet shops. As well as exploring the streets in the Old Town with its most emblematic architectural buildings and monuments, you will regain strength en route in some of the most genuine bars.

Vegetable gardens and the “caserios” (farm houses) of the Basque Country offer in these markets products as renowned as the “caserio” chicken (chicken bred in the country, naturally), T-bone steaks, “chistorra” or “chorizo” from the porks of Euskal Harria, tomatoes, chilli peppers from Ibarra, red beans from Tolosa or cheeses from Idiazabal.

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The counters in the pintxos bars are an authentic exhibition of colour and creativity. Learn how to prepare a selection of typical pintxos with our local chefs. If you want to take back home some of the secrets of the pintxos bars, such as their recipes, elaboration and presentation, first you need to get hold of all the necessary ingredients in ‘La Bretxa’ food market to create these small bites.

With our local chef you will go native for a few hours. You’ll get to one gastronomic society in the Old Town to elaborate the most traditional pintxos as well as some of the recipes of the so called “miniature haute cuisine”. After all this work in the kitchen, you’ll enjoy the tasting of all these elaborated bites paired with local wines.

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The Old Town and its pintxos bars is one of the most outstanding highlights in San Sebastian. Taste a selection of the best mini bites with our local guide. The pintxo crawl is a must for all those who come to the city for its culinary treasures.

Try this miniature cuisine with one of our guides to show you around the streets in the Old Town and its bars with their most emblematic pintxos: from the most traditional ones like the classic “gilda”, a spicy pickled chilli pepper, anchovy and olive skewer, created as a tribute to Rita Hayworth, to the most innovative ones, which require a more complex and creative preparation.

The pintxo came up as a small slice of bread with some food on top. The food and bread were held together with a toothpick and the term “pintxo” was born. That image evolved and nowadays the pintxo is also haute cuisine in miniature, elaborated flavours concentrated in small and delicious doses.

Live the atmosphere of the bars like any other local and taste these culinary pearls, everything washed down with the best wines of the area, of course!

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Take a stroll in the city centre and the amazing La Concha beach. You will also visit en route the food market and some of the bars which gave birth to our pintxos. You’ll inevitably fall in love with San Sebastian after this gourmet stroll. Unveil the beauty of La Concha bay, the majestic streets around the beach and the most characteristic buildings of this elegant and cosmopolitan city.

With ‘San Sebastian Gourmet’ you will stop at some of the gastronomic reference points like the food market of San Martin. You’ll be able to chat with the local producers and shop assistants.

In this part of the city, you’ll discover the origin of the pintxos in some of the bars responsible for the birth of this culinary movement, like the traditional “gilda”, created as a tribute to Rita Hayworth.

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Thanks to its chilli peppers, beans, T-bone steak, and the local desserts “tejas” and “cigarillos”, Tolosa has become the focus of attention to any food lover. This tour to Tolosa, one of the mainstays of gastronomy in Guipuzcoa, will let you have direct contact with the producer and the artisan of the Basque Country.

You will visit a cheese factory in the heart of the Basque mountains and witness the elaboration of cheese with idiazabal designation of origin in a cheese factory located in a spectacular landscape. The artisans will show you the sheep flock and explain the elaboration process step by step. They will also delight your senses with a cheese tasting paired with an excellent wine.

Later, you will also visit the famous market of Tolosa, which is every week packed with stalls with high quality products.

Culminate your day with a fascinating meal in one of the most acclaimed restaurants in the area for the quality of its T-bone steak and enjoy a real grill feast!

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The wine world in Spain is one of the great bastions of its culture. Our wine experts will guide you through several varieties of the country. All of them accompanied with a product selection of the region. The range of possibilities is ample and our expert collaborators will introduce you to the Spanish wines.

A great opportunity to sample a range of the most exciting Spanish varieties: from the Basque Country, with national designation of origin or the popular Sherry, all of them marinated with a tasting of local products.

This carefully selected list of wines will help you appreciate the contrasts within the different varieties and regions in Spain. You just have to choose the most appealing option to you. Select the option that you most want to discover. You will be travelling on the spot through different regions for two hours.

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Get a taste of San Sebastián’s past, present and future on a walking tour that will show you the city’s many faces. Explore the areas that have helped to shape the evolution of the city and learn why this destination has always been a favourite spot for socialites and surf seekers alike. Your walking tour will start at Portaletas, one of the most characteristic (and okay, we’ll admit it, one of our favourite) places in San Sebastián, located at the crossroads of the old town and fishing district.

A visit here is your 101 lesson to understanding San Sebastián’s past and present, and its transformation from fishing port to summer resort. We’ll head from the port and through the battlefield of Monte Urgull before moving to the modern part of the city, where glamour and new world architecture meet. We’ll explore along the Urumea River and visit the Gros district, crossing a bridge that’s got some stories to tell: from the European aristocracy who crossed it to visit the casino, to the Hollywood stars that crossed it on their way to movie festivals, to modern-day vacationers heading to the shore to admire intrepid surfers. Your San Sebastián tour will next lead you to the residential “ensanche”, the city expansion that was built when the old city walls where demolished, and that is today a fascinating commercial area for fashionistas and those who want to understand everyday life in a Basque city. You’ll see the cathedral before heading to La Concha Bay, a favourite spot for European summer vacations, and a tradition that has been passed down from generation to generation.

And for a total now-and-then experience, you’ll see firsthand how San Sebastián has changed via old photographs compared with real-life tour stops (and with the help of some modern tablet technology). Want to recreate your own aristocrat or Hollywood socialite pose? We’ll help you with Instagram-worthy stops where you can mirror old views today — and we’ll even send you home with your own digital copies of retro photographs.

desde 50 €

Departure from Bilbao towards San Sebastian. Once we arrive at this city, start a walking tour of 4 hours with local guide around the city centre and Old Town.

Free time for lunch (the guide will recommend you the best options for you).

16.00h. Departure from the bus stop located in front of the Kursaal Congress Centre and Auditorium in order to start a sightseeing tour including the ascend to the Igeldo Mountain to enjoy the impressive views of la Concha. Later, return to Bilbao and finish at hotels.

Esta actividad es para un mínimo de 2 personas

desde 75 €

Paseo de la república Argentina

This service with departure from San Sebastian on Sundays offers two stops in ZARAUZ, GETARIA, ZUMAIA, AZPEITIA-LOIOLA with audiovisual explanations in English, French and Spanish.

This service offers audio-visual explanations in English, French and Spanish languages. Visitors will be able to discover these places of San Sebastian region with an affordable price.

Visitors will start the tour at the scheduled time from San Sebastian. Following the Timing Schedule, visitors will have the possibility to hop on and hop off at any of the included villages.

Therefore, they will be able to choose which villages visit up to the max. 3 stops Visitors will have 2h or 2h 30min at each stop to enjoy the visit on their own, depending on Timing Schedule.

desde 25 €

Paseo de la república Argentina

El servicio está basado en explicaciones audio-visuales en inglés, francés y castellano y permite al visitante conocer los distintos pueblos de la comarca de una manera cómoda por un precio muy asequible.

Oñati es la villa más monumental de Gipuzkoa y una de las localidades más bellas de Euskadi. Situada en la comarca del Alto Deba, a los pies del monte Aloña, las abruptas pendientes que rodean elmunicipio esconden un excepcional casco histórico, jalonado por notables edificios, palacios e iglesias de gran valor arquitectónico. La universidad Sancti Spiritus es considerada como una de las joyas de la arquitectura civil del renacimiento vasco. Oñati es el municipio de mayor extensión de Gipuzkoa. Formado por un total de 16 barrios, el más conocido es, sin duda, Arantzazu. Se sitúa a nueve kilómetros del casco urbano, bajo el Parque Natural de Aizkorri-Aratz, y en él se encuentra el Santuario en honor a la virgen que un pastorcillo vió en el siglo XV sobre un espino. La basílica de Arantzazu, levantada en los años 50 sobre un precipicio, es un impresionante conjunto de arte de vanguardia, pues en su construcción participaron artistas de la talla de Eduardo Chillida, Jorge Oteiza, Nestor Basterretxea y Lucio Muñoz.

Situada a orillas de río Oria, Tolosa es una villa de gran importancia histórica, que mira con orgullo a su pasado y que, a la vez, ha sabido adecuarse a los nuevos tiempos. La antigua capital de Gipuzkoa fue un lugar de paso importante en la ruta comercial que comunicaba Navarra con los puertos del Cantábrico y, durante siglos, se benefició de numerosos privilegios. De aquel glorioso pasado ha heredado un valioso casco histórico jalonado por edificios y monumentos de diversos estilos. Su Mercado Tradicional de los Sábados es una típica representación de los productos locales (Sábados).

Ordizia, muy conocida por su mercado semanal (Miercoles), está situada en el interior de Gipuzkoa, a orillas del río Oria y con la inconfundible silueta del monte Txindoki (1.346 m) como telón de fondo. Se trata de una de las principales poblaciones del Goierri y se encuentra estratégicamente ubicada, cerca de la carretera N-1 que comunica Gipuzkoa, Álava y Navarra.

desde 25 €

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