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San Sebastián Tourist Bus

Look at San Sebastian from a different point of view. Hop on a double-decker bus and discover the highlights of the city.King Sancho el Mayor of Navarra is said to have founded the city of San Sebastian around 1180. The city's unique geographical location with a port, made it an ideal military stronghold. To fortify itself Mount Urgull was converted into a castle armed with artillery to defend the region. This is one of the reasons why the region has seen several wars and experienced many sieges during the 15th and 16th centuries. In 1863 San Sebastian was named capital of the Gipuzkoa province. The role of the city changed, the walls were demolished, the focus was more on commerce, the city became a popular tourist destination and spa resort, the economy boomed and San Sebastian became the most cosmopolitan city in Europe. Enjoy all the attractions of San Sebastian with the tourist bus that runs the most emblematic sites of the city, as the Playa de la Concha, Monte Igeldo or Victoria Eugenia Theatre and Maria Cristina Hotel. Look at San Sebastian from a different point of view. Hop on a double-decker bus and discover the highlights of the city.King Sancho el Mayor of Navarra is said to have founded the city of San Sebastian around 1180. The city's unique geographical location with a port, made it an ideal military stronghold. To fortify itself Mount Urgull was converted into a castle armed with artillery to defend the region. This is one of the reasons why the region has seen several wars and experienced many sieges Meeting point: Paseo República Argentina, in the entrance of Victoria Eugenia theather (in front of Tourist Office). Duration: One hour. Start/opening time: 18th Mar – 30th Jun: every hour on the hour from 11am to 6pm.

July, 29th – 31st August and September: every hour on the hour from 11am to 7pm.

1st – 28th August: 11:15am, 12pm, 12:45pm, 1:30pm, 2:15pm, 3pm, 3:45pm, 4:30pm, 5:15pm and 6pm.

1st-30th October: every hour on the hour from 11am to 6pm.

5th-11th December, 26th to 31st December and 31st October-13th November at 11am, 12pm, 1pm, 3pm and 4pm.

1st Jan - 13th March, and the rest of November and December: only Friday, Saturday and Sunday at 11am, 12pm, 1pm, 3pm and 4pm.

Languages: Audioguide in English, Spanish, French and Euskera.