Several bus companies operate throughout the entire region. However, the stops are not necessarily the same for all of the companies.
Irún-Ficoba: the Euskotren Ficoba Train Station is located close to the Congress Centre (Iparralde Hiribidea) and the Santiago inns. It has 900 parking spots, free between 8am and 10pm (exit also authorised after 10pm) – geolocation / access map Irún-Colón: The Irún-Colon Euskotren train station is located right in the centre of Irún (Paseo Colón). […]
The train station is very close to the centre, in the Boulevard du Commandant Passicot, and it is connected to the bus station and to a free car park, geolocation access map and intermodality
The train station is far from the centre of the city. It is located in La Négresse district, in Allée du Moura. You can take a bus to the centre (15 minutes) geolocation access map and intermodality interactive map
The station is located in the centre of the city in Place Pereire. It can be accessed using public urban and interurban transport networks. From here it is possible to walk into the centre in 10 minutes, geolocation access and intermodality (pdf) interactive map
Amara train station is one of San Sebastián’s Euskotren stations. It is located in the centre of the city (Easo street). It is connected to all of the public transport methods – geolocation
Hendaye train station is the first cross-border station. Indeed, it provides access to the French network (SNCF) and to the Basque network (Euskotren, Topo). It is located around 10 minutes from the centre of the city (Boulevard du Général de Gaulle). access map intermodality interactive map
Atotxa train station is one of 4 Renfe stations in San Sebastián. It is the closest to the centre (Frantzia Pasealekua) and is connected to the bus station, and the taxi and urban bus stops, geolocation information
What are the destinations? San Sebastian bus station enables travel to the entire Basque Country, as well as to a large part of Spain and some European countries – access
The aim of the Euroregion is to improve the cross-border mobility of citizens. In order to achieve that, it is necessary to provide travellers with more information, improve links between the different rail services, put into practice studies relating to the Basque Y network, and from 2014 onwards, develop bus transport. As we await the […]
After helping you to discover Baskline and Sisters & The City, we want to share a new blog with you. This time it is PaysBasque.net. This page, somewhere between a website and a tourist guide, is a true goldmine that suggests a selection of restaurants, walking routes and places to visits. It offers information on […]
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After our first partnership with Basklink after summer, we come now to a collaboration with Sisters & the City, the most fashionable girls in Donostia! We will explain you how to get to the capital of Gipuzkoa. Meanwhile, they will propose us a top 10Christmas plans… and more.