Different things to do in San Sebastián when it's raining
- 2019 Jan 25
We’ll show you some of the best so that you can make the most of them
Four locals from San Sebastian tell us about their neighbourhoods and why you simply have to visit them.
Last year I moved to Egia and I couldn’t like more my new neighbourhood! So I’d like to invite you to discover it too. Egia is frequently compared to Greenwhich Village or Soho (on a "Donostia style" version and smaller scale, of course!) ;), for being home to many local artists and cultural groups. The neighbourhood is full of personality, euskaldun (basque language is frequently spoken) and it’s always been well-known for its musical, artistic and cultural scene.
Those of us from the Antigua neighborhood call ourselves “antiguotarras” before “donostiarras”, since this is the city’s oldest and most magical neighborhood that has its own character along with everything else you could imagine!
Hi, guys! Today I'm going to talk about Gros, a neighborhood that has recently become quite trendy and is constantly growing. With all these ingredients, it’s impossible not to like it!
Looking for an affordable place to stay just steps from the city center in a quiet area off the beaten tourist path? Come to my neighborhood, Amara!
If you've not taken a stroll along the Concha, you've not been to San Sebastián!