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San Sebastian is the most elegant and refined city in the Basque country and enjoys a glorious setting on the Bay of Biscay. It offers attractions to engage all kinds of travelers. Its beaches are among the finest on Spain's northern coast, while the atmospheric old town features some of the best bars and restaurants in the Basque Country, and the city has a vibrant cultural scene and innovative galleries. Expert online accommodation site venere.com has partnered with a great selection of San Sebastian hotels to provide the best value rooms in the city, regardless of your preferences or budget considerations. Book San Sebastian accommodation in advance at Venere and look forward to a memorable vacation in this stylish Spanish city.

What's San Sebastian Like?

Most visitors to San Sebastian are immediately impressed by the beaches. La Concha and Ondarreta beaches are located on San Sebastian's beautiful bay and provide long golden stretches of sand ideal for families, while Zurriola beach is popular with water sports enthusiasts. Overlooking the city, Monte Urgull, topped by a statue of Christ, offers great views over the city and sea. The city's attractions include a variety of fascinating museums and galleries. Explore the culture of the Basque region in the San Telmo museum. San Sebastian is a major hub for contemporary art, with the Tabakalera gallery showcasing avant-garde and multimedia exhibits. Notable churches include the ornate 18th-century Baroque Basilica of Santa Maria and the impressive 16th-century Gothic Church of San Vicente, the oldest in the city. San Sebastian hotels provide the perfect base for a leisurely exploration of this unique resort.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in San Sebastian

English is understood in the tourist parts of San Sebastian, although having a few Spanish phrases will be welcomed. Using a Basque greeting occasionally will gratify locals, who may insist that you call their city by its Basque name, Donostia. San Sebastian has some of Spain's most creative and prestigious restaurants, but they can be expensive. A popular alternative to San Sebastian's refined gastronomic scene are local sidrerias, typical Basque cider houses serving the distinctive local brew along with hearty and unpretentious food. Pintxos are the local equivalent to tapas, delicious toppings on slivers of bread. Your waiter will keep a tally of your consumption by counting the cocktail sticks. Venere.com helps you pick an ideal option from our range of San Sebastian hotels. Our site provides honest ratings from past guests alongside photo galleries and sample room descriptions to give a clear picture of what to expect from San Sebastian accommodation.

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