San Sebastian Hop-on Hop-off Tour
The survivors, with great will power set out to rebuild the city. The city got more attention when Queen Isabel II first visited the city in 1845 and the city began to grow. With street lighting, telephones, water and other infra structural facilities being developed, the city expanded and attracted visitors from all over the world. Although the 19th century saw more Carlist wars, San Sebastian still prospered. 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.
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- Teatro Victoria Eugenia (stop not available from May to end of September 2014)
- Maria Cristina hotel (from May to end of September 2014 only)
- Townhall-Alderdi Eder gardens
- Plaza Zaragoza-Hotel Londres
- La Perla-La Concha beach
- Ondarreta beach
- Funicular-Peine del Viento
- La Sirena hostel
- Igledo Mountain-Theme park
- Antiguo-Las Esclavas
- Miramar Palace
- Justice Palace
- Buen Pastor Cathedral
- Gros-Pinares Square
- Ulia mountain-Navarra Avenue
11am, 12pm, 1pm, 2pm, 3pm, 4pm, 5pm, 6pm, 7pm, 8pm, 9pm
Valid from the time of first use, for the consecutive days selected.
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- Hop-on hop-off tour
- Entrance fees
- Gratuities (optional)
- Food and drinks, unless specified
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
Reviewed by: Michelle M, June 2013
Good overview of the city.
Reviewed by: Heidi, October 2012
A hop on hop off with a schedule - the times are posted at the bus stops - and they are on time! San Sebastian is a bit too big to walk so this is perfect. Highly recommend