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Fuenterrabia, 8 - 2, San Sebastian - Donostia, Spain
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Forum Posts

San Sebastian to Lourdes

by Minona

I will be in San Sebastian in July 2007 and would like to make a day trip to Lourdes France from San Sebastian. I am having difficulty finding information about direct bus or train connections. Can anyone help with the best way of getting there/back, with details of which bus company or train station?

Re: San Sebastian to Lourdes

by Beausoleil

There is a train connection. You can access it in English at http://reiseauskunft.bahn.de/bin/query.exe/en

So far as I know there is only one train station in Lourdes. Don't know about San Sebastian.

Good luck.

Re: San Sebastian to Lourdes

by Benat

In summer there is a direct bus service from San Sebastian to Lourdes at weekends. The bus company is Pesa (www.pesa.net) and departures are from PIO XII bus station.

Re: San Sebastian to Lourdes

by bthomasmeyer

I am looking to do the same thing on 26-Jan. Did you make the trip? How did you go? Any other advice? Thanks much.

Re: San Sebastian to Lourdes

by Beausoleil

We drove to Lourdes from Canet Plage and we had a leased car. It gives you a lot of freedom although train or bus would be more practical if you weren't vacationing for a month or more.

Travel Tips for San Sebastián

Food

by unexplored

Pintxos(tapas), chased down with the fizzy regional white wine, txakoli, are a religion here; bars in the old city spread an array of enticing tidbits on toothpicks or bread. In the harbour, many places serve tangy sardines with slightly bitter sidra(cider). Custom demands pouring it with arm extended to aerate the sidra and release its full flavour. It is also customary to pour just enough for one or two sips at a time.

Best tapas in town

by Roadquill about IZKINA

I am sure there is room for debate, but this little place in the old town had a bar set out of the most excellent tapas. Everything was tasty, and the sangria was excellent. Plus it was very reasonable. For my family of 5 it worked out to around 26 euro including drinks.

Outdoor sculptures by Chillida

by Roadquill

World famous San Sebastian sculptor Chillida installed three of his sculptures at the end of the left side of La Concha Bay. Even though very abstract, they seem right at home, placed in the rock. Beautiful rust colors. There is also a display of a number of his pieces at the Sophia Reina Museum in Madrid.

Welcome in Spanish Basque Countries

by PALLINA

San Sebastian can offer everthing you normally expect from an holiday: sandy beaches, young people, nice hotels and restaurant and a vibrant night life. Ocean water is normally too cold for me; nevertheless, San Sebastian's main attraction is the beach. I loved it, but I stayed two nights and were enought for me. Too crowded.

San - Sebastian

by woef

"Rowing contest"

During the rowing contest. (september)
In downtown San-Sebastian you can find around morning time (10 a.m.) a bull on the main square.
If you want you can go inside the fence an start annoying the bull. I didn’t do this. Look on my Azpeitia page why NOT. :-D

Look at the "must see" to look at a picture of the rowing contest.

"San-Sebastian bay"

Don Quichote ... you can find this statue at the main bay.

"Cultural Centre"

There is some discussion about the shape of this cultural centre. People say it doesn’t really fit in San-Sebastian.
I went one time inside ... to look at a show of “flamenco-god” Antonio Canales. No comment .... ;-D

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