Ausflüge in San Sebastian - Probieren Sie Pintxos
Ausflüge in San Sebastian: Erfahren Sie auf diesem dreistündigen Rundgang alles über die beliebte Esskultur in der Stadt San Sebastián. Die Basken nehmen Ihre Küche sehr ernst und Ihr sachkundiger und ortsansässiger Führer wird Sie zu einigen der besten Gastronomiestandorte in der Stadt führen. Die baskische Küche wird als die beste Spaniens, vielleicht sogar der ganzen Welt, angesehen. Sie zeichnet sich durch frische Zutaten der besten Qualität, hochqualifizierte Köche und eine überzeugende Kochtradition aus. San Sebastián ist bekannt für die Qualität seiner Pintxos, der kleinen Häppchen, die mit einem Würfel Brot auf einem kleinen Holzstäbchen aufgespießt werden. Sie werden auf diesem Rundgang Gelegenheit haben, einige zu probieren.
Der Rundgang beginnt in der Altstadt. Hier können Sie die lebhafte Atmosphäre genießen und alles über die kulinarische und gesellige Seite der baskischen Kultur erfahren. Von Ihrem Führer werden Sie mehr über die Liebe der Basken zum Essen und über die Sagar-Dotegis lernen, die gastronomischen Gesellschaften, in denen Männer (und nun auch Frauen) zusammenkommen, um zu essen, zu kochen und zu plaudern.
Dann geht es zu den Bars weiter, in denen Sie die Pintxo-Kultur selbst erleben können. Wir werden die wichtigen Geschmacksvarianten der baskischen Küche (darunter einige Gerichte, die von Pintxo-Wettbewerbsgewinnern zubereitet werden!) und regionale Weine kennenlernen. Pintxos spiegeln die moderne baskische Küche wider und sind wunderschön präsentierte Miniaturkunstwerke, die das Erbe der traditionellen baskischen Küche bewahren. Sie werden zum Ende der kulinarischen Entdeckungsreise in San Sebastián etwas klüger und auf keinen Fall hungrig sein. Vergessen Sie nicht, daß im Baskenland Pintxos mehr als nur ein Snack sind, sie sind schon Tradition!
Treffpunkt: Kaimingaintxo Plaza, 1, vor dem Tor zur Altstadt (das Tor wird Portaletas genannt).
Dauer: 2,5 - 3 Stunde.
Beginn: Um 19:30 Uhr.
Sonstiges: 3 glasses of wine or local aperitif and 5 pintxos (local snacks), a soft drink for passengers under 18 years of age. Der Rundgang ist für Kinder unter 11 Jahren nicht geeignet.
BITTE BEACHTEN SIE: Diese Tour ist eine kulturreiche Essenstour. Sie erhalten nicht eine volle Mahlzeit, aber erhalten, 5 Snacks (Pintxos) während der Tour zu probieren. Nebenbei Lernen Sie etwas über Baskische Gastronomie und genießen die Pintxos, mchen Sie einen Spaziergang durch die Stadt und fühlen Sie sich wie ein Einheimischer in San Sebastian.

Verfügbar bis 1 Oktober 2017
Ausflüge in San Sebastian - Hop-on Hop-off San Sebastian - Coastal Route
Ausflüge in San Sebastian: This service with departure from San Sebastian on Sundays offers two stops in ZARAUZ, GETARIA, ZUMAIA, AZPEITIA-LOIOLA with audiovisual explanations in English, French and Spanish.
This service offers audio-visual explanations in English, French and Spanish languages. Visitors will be able to discover these places of San Sebastian region with an affordable price.
Visitors will start the tour at the scheduled time from San Sebastian. Following the Timing Schedule, visitors will have the possibility to hop on and hop off at any of the included villages.
Therefore, they will be able to choose which villages visit up to the max. 3 stops Visitors will have 2h or 2h 30min at each stop to enjoy the visit on their own, depending on Timing Schedule.
Meeting/pick-up point: In front of the Victoria Eugenia Theatre.
Duration: Between 2 hours and 2 hours and 30 minutes. according to the chosen option.
Start/opening time:
San Sebastian – 8.30am, 10.30am and 12.30pm.
Zarauz – 9am, 11am, 1pm and 3.30pm.
Getaria – 9.15am, 11.15am, 1.15pm and 3.45pm.
Zumaia – 9.30am, 11.30am, 1.30pm and 4pm.
Azpeitia-Loiola – 9.55am, 11.55am, 1.55pm and 4.25pm.
Zumaia – 12.20pm, 2.20pm and 4.50pm.
Getaria – 12.35pm, 2.35pm and 5.05pm.
Zarauz – 12.50pm, 2.50pm and 5.20pm.
San Sebastian – 1.20pm, 3.20pm and 5.50pm.
Languages: Audioguide in English, Spanish and French.

Verfügbar bis 31 Dezember 2017
Ausflüge in San Sebastian - San Sebastian & Biarritz
Ausflüge in San Sebastian: Biarritz is a place chosen by kings and famous figures to spend their summer vacations. Check out the picturesque streets and welcoming atmosphere of Saint Jean de Luz and the unique church of Saint Jean Baptist. Let yourself relax and enjoy the food at the typical fishermen village of Hondarribia and the natural beauty that surrounds the whole area. And finally the international reference with the cinema festival, the beauty of San Sebastian will enchant you with the old quarter and not to mention the famous gastronomic Pintxos.
Meeting/pick-up point: The customers' hotel in Bilbao.
Duration: Full day.
Start/opening time: : The tour is available on Sunday at 09:00am. Customers must call 48 hours before the departure of the tour in order to reconfirm their pick up time.
End/closing time: The tour is not available on 24, 25, 31 of December and 1 of January.
Languages: Spanish and English. Possibility of other languages depending on the number of clients or groups.

Verfügbar bis 22 Dezember 2017
Ausflüge in San Sebastian - San Sebastian Cycling Tour
Ausflüge in San Sebastian: What do you get when you mash up history, art, and culture, add a sprinkling of beaches and palaces, and mix it all up with some Basque charm on two wheels? The best San Sebastián bike tour ever, that’s what! Give your brain a workout along with your legs and learn all about San Seb while riding the city’s fabulous bike trails.
HIGHLIGHTS:
* Get the best views of San Sebastián from the seat of a bike
* Ride along some of the 30 kilometres of bike paths throughout the city
* Explore one of San Sebastián’s oldest and most authentic neighbourhoods
* Head to beaches loved by locals and check out the raging surf scene
* Become an expert on the history and culture of San Sebastián and the Basque Country
Your San Sebastián cycle tour will start at one of the most iconic buildings in the city: the town hall, Ayuntamiento. Before we take off, you’ll get to mingle with locals, check out the antique carousel, and learn quirky facts like why there are so many small trees in this area, and how San Sebastián is connected to Japan.
We’ll follow the bidegorri bike path along La Concha beach up to the palace of Queen Maria Cristina, before arriving at one of the most local beaches in the city: Ondarreta.
From there, your San Sebastián tour will take you to the end of the bay, where nature meets civilisation. You’ll discover some Basque modern art before veering through one of the city’s oldest, most authentic neighbourhoods and toward a “secret passage” that connects two parts of the city. You’ll ride through districts that show the many faces of San Sebastián, from the workers’ city to the aristocratic belle époque of the past as you follow the Urumea River back to the city centre, passing villas and bourgeois palaces. You’ll also discover one of the most important buildings of San Sebastian, Kursaal — a building that’s linked with a kind of dark past.
As your cycle tour continues, you’ll get to enjoy the wild of the ocean and admire some brave surfers along Zurriola Beach, in the beautiful Gros district. You’ll head toward the port area, one of our favourite places for appreciating the city, and a place where past and present meet (it’s also the entrance to the food heaven of pintxo bars, by the way — very important to know!).
You’ll ride back across the Monte Urgull battlefield and along the old city walls, and finish your San Sebastián cycle adventure down the contemporary Boulevard that separates the Old Town from the new part of the city.
Meeting/pick-up point: By the stairway of the Portaviones building (red and white building next to the sports port).
Duration: 2.5 hours.
Start/opening time: At 10:30am.
End/closing time: At 1pm.

Verfügbar bis 30 September 2017
Ausflüge in San Sebastian - San Sebastian Region Hop On Hop Off Bus - Inland Route
Ausflüge in San Sebastian: This service with departure from San Sebastian on Saturdays offers stops in TOLOSA, ORDIZIA, OÑATI and it also includes audiovisual explanations in English, French and Spanish. Depending on the selected Ticket, visitors will start the tour at the scheduled time from San Sebastian. Following the Timing Schedule, visitors will have the possibility to hop on and hop off at any of the included villages.
Therefore, they will be able to choose which villages visit up to the max. stops allowed by their ticked: 3, 2 or 1 stop.
Visitors will have 2h or 2h 30min at each stop to enjoy the visit on their own, depending on Timing Schedule.
Located on the bank of the river Oria, Tolosa is a town with a great historical importance that admires its past, but it is also adapted to the present times. The former capital of Gipuzkoa was an important passage for traders that linked up Navarre with ports of the Bay of Biscay. For centuries it benefited from numerous privileges. From that glorious past Tolosa inherited a valuable historical old quarter marked by buildings and monuments of different styles.
His traditional market (Saturdays) is a great opportunity for seeing tradition and typism on Local Products.
Ordizia, famous for its weekly market, is set in the historical territory of Gipuzkoa within the Goierri region. The river Oria flows from north to south through the town with the constant presence of the Txindoki (1,346m) Mountain. Ordizia is the main town in the Goierri region along with Beasain, and it is strategically located close to the N-1 that connects Gipuzkoa, Alava and Navarre.
Oñati is one of the most monumental towns in Gipuzkoa and one of the most beautiful areas in Euskadi. Located in the Alto Deba region and at the foot of Aloña Mountain, the encompassing rough slopes and numerous mountains are home to an exceptional old part of the town, marked by notable buildings, palaces and churches of great-value in terms of architecture. The Sancti Spiritus University is one of the gems of the civil architecture of the Basque Renaissance. Oñati is the largest area in Gipuzkoa. Made up of 16 neighborhoods, of which Arantzazu is the most popular, it is located 9 km from the urban area at the foot of the Aizkorri-Aratz Natural Park and where a Sanctuary consecrated to the virgin is placed. A virgin that is said a shepherd saw it in the 15th century over a hawthorn. Built in the 1950s on a precipice, the Sanctuary of Arantzazu is an impressive avant-garde art collection, as it counted on the participation of artists of international stature such as Eduardo Chillida, Jorge Oteiza, Nestor Basterretxea and Lucio Muñoz.
Start/opening time: Route - Schedule
San Sebastian: 8:30am, 10:30am, 12.30pm
Tolosa: 9:10am, 11:10am, 1:10pm, 3:40pm.
Ordizia: 9:30am, 11.30am, 1:30pm, 4pm.
Oñati: 10:15am, 12:15pm, 2:15pm, 4:45pm.
Ordizia: 1pm, 3pm, 5:30pm.
Tolosa: 1:20pm, 3:20pm, 5:50pm.
San Sebastian: 2pm, 4pm, 6:30pm.
Languages: Audio guide languages in English, Spanish and French.

Ausflüge in San Sebastian - San Sebastian: Royals, Stars, and Surfers
Ausflüge in San Sebastian: Get a taste of San Sebastián’s past, present and future on a walking tour that will show you the city’s many faces. Explore the areas that have helped to shape the evolution of the city and learn why this destination has always been a favourite spot for socialites and surf seekers alike. Your walking tour will start at Portaletas, one of the most characteristic (and okay, we’ll admit it, one of our favourite) places in San Sebastián, located at the crossroads of the old town and fishing district.
A visit here is your 101 lesson to understanding San Sebastián’s past and present, and its transformation from fishing port to summer resort. We’ll head from the port and through the battlefield of Monte Urgull before moving to the modern part of the city, where glamour and new world architecture meet. We’ll explore along the Urumea River and visit the Gros district, crossing a bridge that’s got some stories to tell: from the European aristocracy who crossed it to visit the casino, to the Hollywood stars that crossed it on their way to movie festivals, to modern-day vacationers heading to the shore to admire intrepid surfers. Your San Sebastián tour will next lead you to the residential “ensanche”, the city expansion that was built when the old city walls where demolished, and that is today a fascinating commercial area for fashionistas and those who want to understand everyday life in a Basque city. You’ll see the cathedral before heading to La Concha Bay, a favourite spot for European summer vacations, and a tradition that has been passed down from generation to generation.
And for a total now-and-then experience, you’ll see firsthand how San Sebastián has changed via old photographs compared with real-life tour stops (and with the help of some modern tablet technology). Want to recreate your own aristocrat or Hollywood socialite pose? We’ll help you with Instagram-worthy stops where you can mirror old views today — and we’ll even send you home with your own digital copies of retro photographs.
Meeting/pick-up point: From 1st of January 2017, the meeting point will now be from 6 Mollaerdia Street, next to the stairs of the Portaviones building (the white and red building in the marina. ) Before this date, proceed to the original meeting point at Kaimingaintxo Plaza, San Sebastian. At the entrance to the Old City. In front of the main gate that is located at the beginning of the Puerto Kalea (Calle Puerto).
End point: Old town or city center.
Start/opening time: At 5pm.
End/closing time: at 7pm.
Opening days/period: Daily.
Languages: English.
Voucher validity: 1 day.

Verfügbar bis 31 Dezember 2017
Ausflüge in San Sebastian - San Sebastián Tourist Bus
Ausflüge in San Sebastian: 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.
Meeting point: Paseo República Argentina, in the entrance hall of Victoria Eugenia theatre (in front of the Tourist Office).
Duration: 1 hour.
Start/opening time: From the 18th of March to the 30th of June: every hour on the hour from 11am to 6pm.
On the 29th of July and the 31st of August and in September: every hour on the hour from 11am to 7pm.
From the 1st to the 28th of August: at 11.15am, 12pm, 12.45pm, 1.30pm, 2.15pm, 3pm, 3.45pm, 4.30pm, 5.15pm and 6pm.
From the 1st to the 30th of October: every hour on the hour from 11am to 6pm.
From the 5th to the 11th and the 26th to the 31st of December and from the 31st of October to the 13th of November at 11am, 12pm, 1pm, 3pm and 4pm.
From the 1st of January to the 13th of March and the rest of November and December: only on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays at 11am, 12pm, 1pm, 3pm and 4pm.
Languages: Audio guide in English, Spanish, French and Basque.

Ausflüge in San Sebastian - St. James Way Adventure
Ausflüge in San Sebastian: Head for the hills in this breath-taking tour of the mountains surrounding the elegant city of San Sebastian. Specifically, we will take you trekking along the ancient pilgrimage route of St James, a path trodden by many a Catholic believer from all corner of the world heading for the magnificent shrine of St James in Compostela, a city in westernmost Spain.
This leisurely stroll takes you along what is without a doubt the most beautiful stretch of scenery of the trail: an area where the path embraces the Ulia Mountain. From there you have a magnificent vantage point of the ever green Basque country. Head down after that to Pasaia, a quaint little fishing port, where you will fill up on some delicious pintxos.
To begin the tour, you will be taken from San Sebastian and into the spectacular countryside surrounding the city. Contemplate some unforgettable views before you even reach the Ulia Mountain and the hike along the coastal St James route. Make sure your camera is fully charged, for you’ll want to capture almost every foot of the trail. Make your way to La Plata and its iconic lighthouse and, finally, to Donibane and Pasaia San Pedro.
Explore this traditional fishing town and learn all about its everyday cultural traditions. To finish off, jump onto a boat that will take you across the bay to the town centre for those pintxos you’ll be waiting for. Complete the dreamlike experience with some of San Sebatian’s classic txakoli white wine before heading home.
Meeting/ pick-up point: Mariaren Bihotza Ikastola, at the corner of Kalea Hiribidea and Kalea Zemorriya.
Duration: 5 -6 hours.
Start/opening time: 8.30am.
Others: Includes the services of a local English-speaking guide, pintxos and drink, and all transfers, including boat crossing.

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