Experience Donostia - San Sebastian with us

Visiting San Sebastian is not only suitable for the travel seeking soul, but also the travel seeking stomach! Staying here means you're in one of the world's top dining destinations. So, make sure to enjoy the delicious flavours of the region. Add in the art and architecture, the chance to sit and watch the world go by at a seaside café or enjoy the fresh tapas and the smell of the fresh ingredients emulating from the restaurant kitchens. Well, you'll soon know you are in a Spanish gem. You'll also get to enjoy the stunning coastline and sandy beaches, the many cultural festivals and events, as well as stroll around the manicured parks and plazas. It all comes together to create a fascinating destination full of treasures to explore and discover. Donostia / San Sebastian, it's calling your name.
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Best time to visit
Any time is a good time to come here, but it's May to July for the best weather. This is also the peak season, so expect crowds. In spring and autumn, the temperatures are cooler, so just be prepared for that. Perhaps pack a jumper!
Getting around
There is a well-connected local bus service D-Bus, which will take you to all the key tourist points around the city. They run between the hours of 7.30am and 10.30pm, so you'll have to catch the night bus if you stay out longer. You can, of course, book a taxi or hire a car. Walking is also a great way to explore the city.
Stay Safe
Like most places around Spain, San Sebastian has a low crime rate. However, you should still be aware of your surroundings and always keep your belongings safe.
Did you know?
Impress your friends and fellow travellers with these tidbits of information • We mentioned the cuisine, and San Sebastian can boast the most Michelin starred restaurant per capita in the world alongside Kyoto in Japan. • If you're wondering what Donostia means, it's San Sebastian in the Basque language. • Put this in your diary! San Sebastian day is on January 20th. You'll get the sound of 24hr drums and people dancing in the streets dressed as cooks.

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