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Aquarium
“The one & only Aquarium in town, it is situated in a beautiful spot in the fishing Port just worth the visit. You will also learn about the ancient legends of Basques and whale hunting. // El aquarium de la ciudad está en una ubicación inmejorable. Aprenderás sobre la cultura ballenera de los vascos. ”
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History Museum
“Interesting pieces of Art and local history items. The building itself is interesting.”
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Convention Center
“Iconic building by architect Moneo called Los Cubos (The Cubes), it is light-up at night and looks spectacular against the sea. It is always interesting in the outside, and worth checking what goes on inside. // Los cubos de Moneo, polémico en su día, hoy se iluminan por la noche y son el centro de actividades varias. ”
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Bar
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“Another great place for Pintxos having turned right at the end of calle Mayor”
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Restaurante de Tapas
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“Incredible place, lovely bar with delicious pintxos, my favorite pintxo is the foie.”
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Outdoor Sculpture
“Beautiful sculpture of Oteiza. Stunning views. The XV Wind Comb (commonly known as Peine del Viento or El Peine del Viento) is a set of sculptures by Eduardo Chillida on an architectural work by the Basque architect Luis Peña Ganchegui. It is located at the end of the La Concha bay, at the end of the Ondarreta beach, in the municipality of San Sebastián, in the province of Guipúzcoa, in the Basque Country. It is composed of three steel sculptures, weighing 10 tons each, embedded in rocks that face the Cantabrian Sea, whose waves lash them. Chillida continued working on the Peine del Viento series, which coincides in the formal aspect with her collection of stelae, and particularly, with t”
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Restaurante de Tapas
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“Spectacular pintxos, portions... Good place for a wine, Martini... in the mornign, in the night”
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Monumento / ponto turístico
“In the past, Donosti used to be a place where the Spanish monarchy spent the summer. For many years, the Royal Family chose San Sebastián for their holidays because of its beaches and climate. First, it was Queen Isabel II who decided to spend her summer holidays in Donosti, so as to bathe in the Cantabrian sea as much as she liked. Later, Queen María Cristina reinforced this bond between the Royal Family and San Sebastián: after she became a widow –when Alfonso XII died- she decided to come to the city every summer. Miramar Palace, the Royal Family residence The Royal Family did not have an official residence where they could live during their stays in San Seb”
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Teatro
“The Victoria Eugenia theatre is one of the city’s most iconic buildings. Its doors opened in the year 1912, and it became the stage for San Sebastian’s most important cultural events. “Teatro” Victoria Eugenia Teatro Victoria Eugenia San Sebastian Victoria Eugenia In 1995, it was decided that the building required complete refurbishment, one of the main reasons being the need to meet new health and safety and fire regulations. Following over 6 years of deliberations, renovation work began in 2001, and was completed in 2007, six years later. This delay in the work was the result of a range of funding issues, but these were eventually resolved. Since this massive overhaul, the Victoria Eugen”
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Restaurante
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“Ask for a "completo": small tuna sandwich with anchovies and "piparras" (a local green slightly green pepper).”
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Boate
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“Best views for a perfect drink. Quiet before 1am. Busy and extremely popular between 1am until 6am.”
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Restaurante de Tapas
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“Zeruko offers a less traditional style of pintxos, very sophisticated and surprising. They are also a bit expensive but it is true that there is a lot of work behind each of the bites. Try the "hoguera de bacalao", a cod based pintxo.”
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Restaurante de Tapas
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“The specialty is a must: home made cheesecake. If you go for a pintxo tour in the Old Town, you can go to this place for desert and try the cheesecake with a glass of cava.”
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Restaurante de Tapas
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“This buzzing corner lot in the heart of Gros sports a modern, newly refurbished white counter-top and ample seating. Hand-sketched designs on the back wall and a friendly pictorial menu give a preview of the many hot and cold Pintxos on offer here. The star dish here is undoubtedly their Txalupa – a puff-pastry ‘boat’-shaped case topped with creamy mushrooms, shrimp and gratinated cheese. I also particularly love their Pintxos-sized serving of Fideua here. Typically a main course found in the Catalan and Valencian regions.”
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Sala de espetáculo
“Five young friends refurbished and old billiard hall into a concert hall/nightclub with so much success. Close from city centre but far enough to make you feel you're in another city. They offer a very balanced and eclectic program of live concerts and live dj's during all week long. But also they do organize expo's, markets, exhibitions, etc. Have a drink on their terrace in front of the train rails”
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Monumento / ponto turístico
“Walk up to this beautiful palace built for the Spanish royalty and enjoy amazing views of the bay. ”
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