Kaixo Hostel

San Juan de Dios Donostia, Camino de San Juan de Dios, 12, 20009, San Sebastian, San Sebastian - Do
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Necesito informacion acerca de BUS o TREN entre San Sebastian y Bayonne

by wame

Voy a estar en San Sebastian en junio 2008.

Estare en camino para hacer el Camino de Santiago.

Necesito saber toda la informacion necesario para ir desde San Sebastian a St-Jean-Pied-La Port.

Cual bus or tren debo tomar de San Sebastian para llegar a la estacion de tren en Bayonne?
Cuanto cuesta y cual es su horario?

Cual tren debo tomar para ir a St. Jean desde Bayonne? Y cual es el precio y su horario?

Si me puede ayudar, estaria mucho muy agradecido.

Re: Necesito informacion acerca de BUS o TREN entre San Sebastian y Bayonne

by mccalpin

Normalmente, se usari'a el sito www.renfe.es para descubrir estas informaciones...pero el sito fue 'renovado' dos o tres meses en pasado, y ahora, no se puede trovar nada...pues, (mas calmamente)...no se puede trovar informaciones de trenos internacionales (por ejemplo, San Sebastian a Bayonne).

El señor puede usar el sito alemano, llamado www.bahn.de, para esto. Eso sito mostra que hay tres trenes al dia: uno que parte a 06:34, un otro que parte a 16:40, y el ultimo a 21:32. Cada solucio'n cambia trenes en Hendaye (la frontiera), y el viaje dura un hora y media, mas o menos.

Si quisiera, el señor puede probar el sito frances: www.voyages-sncf.com, especialmente por el viaje segundo...pero me parece que los francese esta'n de acuerdo con los españoles: el Internet debe ser dificil usar ;-)


Re: Necesito informacion acerca de BUS o TREN entre San Sebastian y Bayonne

by Benat

En bus solo hay dos conexiones por dia (www.pesa.net). Si quieres, puedes ir en tren, hay servicios frecuentes. Primero, olvidate de Renfe y coge el tren de EUSKOTREN desde San Sebastian (estacion de euskotren en la plaza easo) hasta Hendaya (www.euskotren.es) y alli cambia al tren de SNCF (www.sncf.com) hasta Bayonne. Puedes ver los horarios en las webs que te he facilitado. Suerte!

Travel Tips for San Sebastián

La Concha -- Donosti

One of...

by DPando

La Concha -- Donosti

One of the most famous beaches in Spain, and it has their reason cos La concha above all at night is a charm place to visit.

In front of them there are majestic houses from the first XX century decades where rich people of Madrid (f. ex) spend their summer days

Ocean view and to die for seafood

by beaverk about Akelare - Pedro Aubijana

This fantastic modern spanish cuisine destination locale is located on top of a small hill top overlooking the Altantic ocean. The restaurant features subtle yet distinguished nautical themed d?cor. The food is just fantastic! Everything we tried was fabulous. The sea bass, the grouper, the lobster?it goes on? This is a must visit restaurant if you visit San Sebestian


by SirRichard

Santiago-Etxea. Zumaia. Tel.: +34 943862341. Quite restrictive times: April to September only, Wednesday to Sunday only, 16:00 to 20:00 only, but you can make phone reservations for groups at any time.

In this tiny typical basque harbour (which deserves a visit for itself) you can visit the home and studio of the basque artist Ignacio de Zuloaga, some of his works and many others' paintings.

La Concha

by mikey_e

La Concha is probably the number one reason why people visit Donostia – not that they will put it that way. Rather, they will probably simply describe everything that is related to this splendid natural phenomenon: the beautiful beach; the great surfing; the Belle Epoque promenades; the incredibly vibrant colours of sea, sky and plants; and the perfect opportunities for pictures. La Concha is a fairly sheltered bay off of the Cantabrian Sea where the waves are partially broken by the Santa Klara Uhartea (Isla Santa Clara), a green pearl near the mouth of the bay. La Concha is the name of both the beach and the bay – the beach, obviously, is used purely for leisure purposes, with the eastern part of the bay has been spliced off to provide for a marina and a port. The tide here can be quite high, as witnessed by the drastic changes in the size of the beach. I’m not one for swimming on crowded beaches (actually, I prefer pools where you can do laps), so I don’t know what the water is like. However, judging from the crowds of tourists, I’m willing to bet it was quite refreshing and enjoyable at the beginning of August.

San Sebastian

by Docu2001

I sort of named my son after it … although at the time I visited San Sebastian the prospect of a son was nonexistent. I was invited to San Sebastian by the film festival that is held there each year. It is a wonderful festival – the Spanish film industry, thanks to Pedro Almodovar, is vibrant. Almodovar was in town and it was great fun seeing him and all the otherworldly beautiful Spanish women he travels with when he opens a film. The local TV crews caught me there at some point and one of them started taping me, then another guy picked up his camera and pretty soon I was posing for a small cluster of cameras and the woman who had invited me to the festival moved in very close to me and whispering said just to smile and go along with it – any publicity is good publicity in the movie business.


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