Buses and trains run between 10:30am and 7:45pm, depending on season.
Since this is an outdoor activity, the schedules might just change sometimes. Check the frequency and operating hours on the day of your tour just to be safe.
For bus: You may board the bus at any of the designated stops
For train: Make your way to Paseo de Salamanca
This Donostia-Sebastian hop-on, hop-off tour covers the main highlights of the city. Hop on and off a double-decker bus as many times as you wish, change route, or just sit and enjoy the view. Then board a sightseeing train that will show you the historic parts of the city that makes Donostia-San Sebastian unique.
The Donostia-San Sebastian Hop-On Hop-Off tour allows for a flexible experience of the city while making sure you don’t miss any of the sights.
You may hop on and off the bus at any of the well-located stops or choose to stay on board for the entire run. Informative audio guides are available in bus, illustrating the unique history behind the city’s famous monuments and attractions.
The major attractions covered by the hop-on, hop-off route are:
• Beach of La Concha
• Miramar Palace
• Good Shepherd of San Sebastián Cathedral
• Paseo de la República Argentina
• Paseo Nuevo
• Calle Miracruz
• Ondarreta Beach
• Peine Del Viento
For more information on bus route, download the tour route schedule
The train will take you around the historic centre, along the bay of La Concha, Santa Clara Island, Mount Urgull, the Miramar Palace, the Buen Pastor Cathedral, the Victoria Eugenia Theatre, etc.
Voucher information: Sorry, but we will need you to print a paper version of your booking voucher (we're working on changing this). At this time no refund can be given for customers without a printed copy of their voucher.
We ensure that the tour runs on time, however at times the itinerary might be revised due to weather, traffic conditions, etc.
The train run every 60 minutes in low and middle seasons and every 45 minutes in high season.
The confirmation voucher includes the local activity operator’s contact details. They’re a nice bunch, and will happily answer any logistical questions you may have. Please give them a call at least 24 hours before your organised activity to reconfirm.
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