San Sebastian Spain Travel Guide

San Sebastian Travel Guide
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San Sebastian Spain Travel Guide

San Sebastian Spain or to give it it’s Basque name Donostia is on the Bay of Biscay. It has an interesting old town and is famous for its food both Michelin star and Pintox. A popular tourist destination San Sebastian can get extremely busy so it is a good idea to book ahead.

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San Sebastian Cathedral

San Sebastian Spain Cathedral

San Sebastian Cathedral

A icon of the city the Buen Pastor Cathedral was built by architect Manuel de Echave in 1897. The cathedral was built using sandstone brought from nearby Igueldo Mountian, and it has a Latin cross rectangular and three naves

Beach of La Concha

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Beach of La Concha

This beach is a symbol of San Sebastian, named La Concha (shell)  for its shell-like shape it is an easy walk from the city centre and a popular place with both locals and visitors

San Telmo Museoa

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San Telmo Museoa

San Telmo Museoa is an interesting museum showing both old and contemporary Basque culture, arts and history. It is located in the Zuloaga plaza in the old town, at the foot of the hill Urgull.

Pintox

San Sebastian Spain Pintox

Pintox

Pintox are from the Basque region and are similar to tapas with Pintox being smaller. Over the years as Basque cuisine has developed so too have Pintox, which are now have become much more diverse and at times extremely elaborate. Sample some of the best in San Sebastian.

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