Discover San Sebastian

San Sebastian provides a picture perfect getaway that’ll make you feel like you’re in paradise.

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*Please note this route is seasonal

When many think of San Sebastian, they think of food due to the city's culinary creations that draws in foodies from around the world. But it has even more to offer than just delicious dishes, as it is a city steeped in culture, tradition, and beauty. Why not see for yourself?

Getting Around

On the whole, San Sebastian is easy to get around on foot and most of the main attractions are fairly close together. However, if you’re more the type to go exploring, then San Sebastian offers a variety of easy transport links to get you started on your adventure!


Buses are one of the easiest ways to travel around San Sebastian, including from the airport. The E21 bus runs hourly from the airport (EAS) and will take you to Plaza de Gipuzkoa in San Sebastian. At 2.45€ a ticket with a trip of around 30 minutes, you’ll not only get to your destination quickly, but you can see lots of views of the city on your way.

If you’re going to do a lot of sightseeing during your stay, then you can get a San Sebastian Card which not only will cover some transportation, but can get you discounts to a variety of activities including boat trips, food, shopping and galleries. There are two options to choose from, a six journey pass (9€) or a 12 journey pass (16€) each lasting 10 days each. You can pick up a card at the Donostia San Sebastian offices and will even get a 0,50€ refund if you return it in perfect condition! If you’re hoping to go venturing a bit further out, then they also offer passes that cover San Sebastian, Gipuzkoa, and Basque Country.

Bike Hire

San Sebastian is the perfect place to be on two wheels as you glide through the city. La Bicicleta Bike Rental a wide variety of combinations, including hourly or daily rental, tandem bikes, group rental, delivery and pick up services, and even guided tours. Each rental includes a map, padlock, helmet, and basket (and of course bicycle!) to get you well on your way. You can find a range of different bike rental options on the Donostia San Sebastian website to find bike hire that’s close to you.


There is a large fleet of taxis available 24 hours a day. They operate with a taxi meter at an official rate, however, they do not stop in the street when hailed like they would in many other cities. Instead, call up a local company or head to a taxi rank - you can find more information here, including numbers and a map detailing where there are taxi ranks in the city.