Constitution Square neoclassic style.
Trinidad Square with his characteristic pediment.
Sarriegui Memorial situed in San Jerónimo street. He was the composer of San Sebastián symphony.
San Vicente Church Gothic style from 16th century.
The Seaport really picturesque and ideal to eat a delicious fresh fish.
In the Urgull mountain:
The Santa Cruz de la Mota Castle and the Cristo de la Mota Chapel. The whole mountain is a pedestrian area.
Next to the sea:
Peine del Viento beautiful sculptures of Eduardo Chillida.
The wonderful Bahía de la Concha where Queen María Cristina and her court spend their vacation at the early 19th century.
Enlargement and Modern City:
The Boulevard starts at Kursaal Bridge and ends at the City Hall.
Close to the beach there is the Yacht club that was founded in 1896.
There are several bridges over the Urumea river but, the nicer is María Cristina Bridge.
Buen Pastor Cathedral neogotic style.
Miramar Palace was summer royal residence during the 19th century.