Estudios Aranzazu

Mies del Valle 4, Santander, Cantabria, 39010, Spain
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Forum Posts

Overnight in Santander

by winkd2

Greetings!

I will be spending my birthday this summer in Santander. Was wondering if someone could suggest a special place to have dinner?

Also, was hoping that someone could give me some feedback on either of the following hotels? I'm trying to decide between the Hotel Silken Rio or the Hotel Las Brisas?

Thanks!

Re: Overnight in Santander

by milugares

Hotel:
If your budget allows it, I would choose the Silken. Silken chain hotels are usually 4* stars elegant ones, whereas Las Brisas is probably more modest.
I also heard that the Santemar hotel - also by Sardinero beaches - is/was a good one (despite the dull look of the building).

Dinner:
what do you expect from 'special'? and what type of food?
Just above the beach, you have the "Rhin" restaurant, well known in Santander.
If you mean more luxus, then maybe one of the restaurants at Hotel Real or the Casino.

Re: Overnight in Santander

by winkd2

Thank you!

Re: Overnight in Santander

by aingealpcsp

Hi there,Restaurant El serbal is considered one of the best in Santander. Also restaurant el puerto is excellent for sea food. You'll have a ball therre and happy b'day in advance, Aingeal

Travel Tips for Santander

Santander street map

by milugares

The following link points to the city street map.
At the bottom of the page, you can search for:
* callejero = street index drop-list
* lugares de interes = points of interest (neighbourhoods, parks and beaches, banks and public places, transport...)
* codigos postales = postcodes
* edificios de interes = interesting buildings (drawings of all these buildings with links to detailed info)
* hotels

All these links are only in Spanish, but the graphic information is good. http://www.ayto-santander.es/concejalias/turismo/Turismo_callejero_Santander.htm

Packing List

by wiegandg

Beware of the rainy weather, alway take an umbrella or water resistant clothing within your luggage when you visit northern spain. The atlantic climate can cause immediate weather changes and the winter is rainy. For the Picos, don´t forget your trekking boots!

CABARCENO ZOO
This original...

by SirRichard

CABARCENO ZOO
This original zoo has been recently made in an old iron open air mines. They have used the natural holes used not long ago to extract the iron to house the animals in a rather 'natural and free' environment. Elephants, leopards and lions in the north of Spain.
Just 1/2 hour away from Santander, heading south.

Stroll down Victoria Eugene Avenue

by DanielF

The Victoria Eugene Avenue connects the Madeleine Peninsula with the centre of the city, more specifically with the Promontory of Saint Martin. It bears the name of Queen Victoria Eugene of Battenberg, a grand-daughter of Queen Victoria of England, married to the King Alfonse XIII, the Royal couple that used to spend their Summers in Santander.

The Avenue is built upon the beach and lined with some of the most costly residences in Santander, including the sumptuous Casa Pardo (main picture), the main example of the Monterrey style in Santander (architecture inspired by the Monterrey Palace in Salamanca).

The views on the bay, the mountains and the beaches are stunning all the way to the palace. The whole walkway is conditionned with gardens and vantage points. It takes a good half an hour to walk from the Peninsula to the Festival Palace, but staying fit was never so classy and scenic.

Liencres. Just a few...

by wiegandg

Liencres. Just a few kilometers from Santander you feel like in another world: the Sanddunes of Liencres.
Easy to reach by bus.
Dunes, Rocks, wind and green grass - you´ll feel like
in Ireland although you´re in Spain - marvellous !!

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Address: Mies del Valle 4, Santander, Cantabria, 39010, Spain