As known and named, this is where the first settlements of the city were made. The old school culture and designs will enchant you. The high alleys and narrow streets have never been remodeled.
It is an ideal place for some authentic shopping, drinking and eating out. The old museums restaurants and bars are still landmarks of the city. These include the Plaza de La Constitucion, The Labyrinth Museum, the churches, the port, the old McDonalds.
What you should also not miss is the tapas and pinxtos, which are traditional dishes and drinks of the region. The other specialties are calamari, mussels and lip smacking old wine. The taste is absolutely out of the world.
- Bus number : 39 till Aldamar- Bretxa or Salamanca Paseoa or San Telmo
- Bus numbers : 13, 14, B6 and B10 till Boulevard 3
- Bus numbers : 24, 28, B4 and B9 till Boulevard 9
- Bus numbers : 26 and B2 till Boulevard 13
- A Fuego Negro
- Restaurante Ni Neu
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88% of people who visit San Sebastian include Parte Vieja in their plan
10 AM - 11 AM
63.64% of people start their Parte Vieja visit around 10 AM - 11 AM
People usually take around 5 Hrs to see Parte Vieja
85.53% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Parte Vieja