NH Ciudad de Santander

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Menendez Pelayo, 13-15, Santander, Cantabria, 39006, Spain
NH Ciudad de Santander
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How to get to 'museo de altamira' show caves without a car?

by blakrob


Is there any public transport (e.g. a bus service) from Santander to these show caves in April? If not, how much would a taxi cost?

Thanks a lot.

Re: How to get to 'museo de altamira' show caves without a car?

by Windsailor

Hi, FEVE trains has a service from Santander train station to Altamira caves. This service runs from 06:15 to 22:15 from Santander. The trip takes 36 minutes. Ticket price is 2.20€ one way and 4.20€ return.

Re: How to get to 'museo de altamira' show caves without a car?

by elpariente

As far as I know there are not trains to Santillana del Mar from Santander
You may go from Santander by bus up to Santillana and then you may walk a couple of kms up to the museum
Santillana is also mediaeval nice city very interesting , worth to visit
You may see the timetable in ( it is in English ): http://www.transportedecantabria.es/web/guest/home

Buen viaje !!!!

Travel Tips for Santander

This tiny...

by SirRichard

This tiny village (no more than 6 or 7 streets!!) is a real open air museum. Its name could be literally translated as 'Saint-Plain of the Sea', and so they call it the village of the 3 lies, as it is not saint, is in a valley and it is not by the sea. It was founded about 1.200 years ago. Its paved streets are surrounded by magnificient stone palaces.

Bolos - Some kind of "bowling"

by elpariente

El juego de los bolos es típico en Santander y en Parte de la zona de Cantabria , se juega principalmente en el verano .
Cada jugador tira tres bolas en una dirección y vuelve a tirar en la dirección opuesta y ganará el que más bolos tire
Se juega con 9 bolos que están separados una distancia considerable y un bolo pequeño adicional que se coloca separado de los otros y sirve para definir el tipo de juego y para dar la oportunidad de hacer jugadas especiales que dan más tanteo de bolos

The game of bowling ( Bolos) is typical in Santander and in parts of the region of Cantabria and it is played mostly in the summer.
Each player throws three balls in one direction and then plays also in the opposite direction and and the winer will be who hits more bowls
It is played with 9 bowling pins that are separated a considerable distance and a small additional bowling pin which is placed separately from the others and serves to define the type of game and to give a chance to do special moves that give more scoring bowling

Cabo Mayor

by DanielF

Visitors who are still not worn out after visiting the Park of the Madeleine and the Sardinero beaches (or who happen to have some additional days in Santander), can continue their stroll along the sea until the lighthouse in Cape Major, which is already out of the city limits. They will pass by the Mataleñas Park, located on the Cape Minor promontory, and the small and scenic Mataleñas cove (only accessible via a very steep staircase). The final destination of the stroll is the lighthouse and the superb cliffs swept by the storms and winds.

Santander - The Cathedral.

by pfsmalo

The Cathedral is on a slight hump and from certain angles gives the impression of being a fortress. Entrance is in the calle Somorrostro through the renovated gothic cloister. During excavation the remains of a Roman house were found including the remains of Saints Emeterio and Celedonio the patron saints of Santander. The reliquary boxes are now on show in the left-hand apse.

La Magdalena - Vital Alsar

by elpariente

El marinero Cántabro Vital Alsar que cruzó varias veces el Oceano Atlántico , en sus expediciones "La Balsa", "Las Balsas", "La ruta de Orellana" o "La Marigalante" .
Donó los barcos a la ciudad de Santander y como se puede ver en la Magdalena , tanto las balsas como los barcos se constuyeron en las mismas condiciones y con los materiales que se hicieron originalmente y sus viajes siguieron las rutas y utilizaron los medios de los antiguos navegantes
The Cantabrian sailor Vital Alsar who crossed several times the Atlantic Ocean, in its expeditions “the Raft”, “the Rafts”, “the route of Orellana” or “the Marigalante”. He donated his boats to the city of Santander and as it is possible to be seen in the Magdalena, as much the rafts as the boats were built in the same conditions and with the materials that were made originally and his trips followed the routes and used means of the old navigators


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