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The old town is a great place to walk around and get small bites (pintxos) from small cases too many to count. The food is exceptional at nearly all of the places, and it is fun rustling to get orders in. Our favorite dinners were...More
The little Gothic alleyways, the colorful spreads of Pintxos in almost every bar, the friendly people. I could wander around this area for days.
The nighttime gives you a whole different experience. I really recommend you go both in the day AND at night -...More
Great place to visit around the narrow streets of Parte Vieja.
Decent coffee shops, bars and restaurants, selling many varieties of well known Pinchos.
Good vibes and cracking atmosphere whether day or night.
If you like to try samples of the tastiest food on the planet with a vino or beer, then move on and do it all again, there is no better place ever than Parte Vieja, a warren of excellent eateries and the crowds eating along...More
San Sebastian feels like a visit to your family - except the entire town is your family. The Basque are internationally recognised for their hospitality, and this city certainly shows why. The Parte Vieja of San Seb is the most popular part of town with...More
The old town is the real heart of the city ,a small historic city ,full of charm and people .Parte Vieja has deep roots in the old district of fishermen .In my opinion the charisma of the old town lies in the old ,narrow labyrinth...More
Our family spent a few hours in the old town and really enjoyed it. Lots of pastry shops and even more bars/restaurants. There are also lots of stores to visit. October was a perfect time to visit because it didn't feel crowded and the temperature...More
La parte vieja of the city is where you will find all those marvelous pincho’s restaurants where your first problem is deciding what to eat from myriads types of pinchos. But it is also the place where you can have a very good lunch or...More
The old part of town is where most to the foodie action is. Lines of pedestrianised streets with ample bars and tapas (or pinxtos) bars. Go to the many where all the locals hang out, don't be put off by the crowds, muscle your way...More
Response from 317shaunc | Reviewed this property |
I'd agree with Marylit20. We went to Petritegi. It was very good. The tour was excellent and there is a huge restaurant which is busy towards the end of the week and at weekends for lunch. Definitely worthwhile!
As it has been stated by other people the small streets of San Sebastian are as safe as any other small street. Use your common sense, don't go flaunting about that you are a tourist. Respect your surroundings. You can get... More
As it has been stated by other people the small streets of San Sebastian are as safe as any other small street. Use your common sense, don't go flaunting about that you are a tourist. Respect your surroundings. You can get hurt anywhere in the world if you act stupid. All the best.