San Sebastian의 즐길 거리
현지인만 아는 도시의 매력을 발견해보세요. 현지인이 추천하는 즐길 거리와 맛집을 확인하고 값진 팁을 얻어가세요.
“Considered one of the best oceanographic museum in Europe, it is located in one of the most lovely spots of the city. Steps away from the Old Town, walk through the harbor docks towards Paseo Nuevo and you'll be at the door of the Aquarium within minutes. Enjoy the 360º crystal tunnel and feel directly in the middle of the ocean. A wide range of exhibitions, tours, etc. are proposed to their clients for a full experience.”
“When it comes the time to have a big steak/t-bone, let's head to Gandarias where you´ll be able to choose the piece you desire. You can either chose between enjoying their restaurant, their pintxo bar or the terrace at the core of the old town. Our favorite dishes are: Grilled squids, Squids on their own sauce (black ink), octopus, grilled sea bream and of course, there's many more that we suggest you to try for joy.”
“A tiny tavern with a little terrace in the narrowest street in town, quite narrow actually. The place is narrow too and normally is super crowded, we believe it is because their mind-blowing cuisine, with really sophisticated suggestions, pushing forward the basque traditional gastronomy. No food on display but their variety of portions is just art: - Salted cod barbels with curry of seeds, herbs and roots - Roasted rock octopus with chimichurri and taboulle - Creamy risotto with black boletus mushrooms, goat's cheese and parsley -Raviolis of confit du canard and leeks -and many more”
“Beautiful sculpture of Oteiza. Stunning views. The XV Wind Comb (commonly known as Peine del Viento or El Peine del Viento) is a set of sculptures by Eduardo Chillida on an architectural work by the Basque architect Luis Peña Ganchegui. It is located at the end of the La Concha bay, at the end of the Ondarreta beach, in the municipality of San Sebastián, in the province of Guipúzcoa, in the Basque Country. It is composed of three steel sculptures, weighing 10 tons each, embedded in rocks that face the Cantabrian Sea, whose waves lash them. Chillida continued working on the Peine del Viento series, which coincides in the formal aspect with her collection of stelae, and particularly, with t”
“Relajarse es algo tan básico y necesario que es importante dedicarnos un momento cuando lo precisemos. La Perla además de gimnasio ofrece tratamientos de belleza y de salud, masajes relajantes y enfocados a dolencias o problemas concretos y un maravilloso circuito termal acompañado de las maravillosas vistas de la playa de La Concha.”
“In the past, Donosti used to be a place where the Spanish monarchy spent the summer. For many years, the Royal Family chose San Sebastián for their holidays because of its beaches and climate. First, it was Queen Isabel II who decided to spend her summer holidays in Donosti, so as to bathe in the Cantabrian sea as much as she liked. Later, Queen María Cristina reinforced this bond between the Royal Family and San Sebastián: after she became a widow –when Alfonso XII died- she decided to come to the city every summer. Miramar Palace, the Royal Family residence The Royal Family did not have an official residence where they could live during their stays in San Seb”