Discover the top attractions of Donostia aboard an articulated two wagon train and a panoramic roof to take in the impressive architecture of the city. Enjoy informative audio commentary on the train in in Basque, Spanish, English, French, German, Italian, Galician and Catalan and discover the rich rich history and charming sites of the city on a 40-minutes loop covering the must-do parts of the city. Hop on and off at more than 15 stops and visit attractions of your choice.
Take the train from the departure point located in the heart of the historic city center, next to the Cantabrian Sea at Paseo de Salamanca. Drive around the Old Quarter, along the bay of La Concha and see Santa Clara Island, Mount Urgull, the Miramar Palace and the Buen Pastor Cathedral, among others.
The map is available in the USEFUL DOWNLOADS section.
Voucher information: You can show your voucher on your smartphone (But if you’d rather print a copy – that’s fine too!)
We ensure that the tour runs on time, however at times the itinerary might be revised due to weather, traffic conditions, etc.
The train run every 60 minutes in low and middle seasons and every 45 minutes in high season.
The regular Donosti City Train service may be affected due to ongoing events in the city, adverse traffic conditions or force majeure reasons out of our control.
Timings and stops are subject to change. The updated map will be available on the train.
Donostia – San Sebastian is a functioning city and weather, traffic and events may occasionally cause disruption.
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