Plan your visit

Plan your visit


San Sebastián (Donostia in Basque) is the second largest city in the Basque Country 20 Km away from the Spanish/French border. A turn of the century popular resort for the Spanish royalty and bourgeoise, it stands today as a medium-sized cosmopolitan city with stunning beaches and splendid early 20th century eclectic architecture. The city is well prepared to welcome demanding visitors who want it all: high-quality services, unique spaces, memorable experiences and a full range of cultural and leisure opportunities. The 3rd city in number of Michelin star restaurants per capita makes Donosti renowned worldwide for its cuisine. As a major cultural capital, the city also boasts several museums such as the Aquarium, the Chillida-Leku museum, the San Telmo Museum or the Eureka! Zientzia Museoa / Science Museum and planetarium.

Modern convention centers such as Kursaal make the city the perfect destination for a trip that combines both business and pleasure.


⁠AseBio investor Day will take place on May 14—15, 2024 at the:
Kursaal Elkargunea Center
Zurriola Hiribidea, 1
20002 Donostia – San Sebastián


San Sebastián is located in the north of Spain on the Iberian Peninsula on La Concha Bay. The city is just 20 km west of the French border in the arc of the Bay of Biscay. 

Three airports are located near the city. Click on the hyperlinks for a list of airlines that fly to each destination.

Airport San Sebastián: 20 km (IATA-Code: EAS) 

Airport Bilbao: 105 km (IATA-Code: BIO) 

Airport Biarritz, France: 47 km
(IATA-Code BIQ) 

Train station: 
The main train station is called Estacíon de San Sebastián/Donostia Adif. Several long and short distance trains depart here.
The long distance Alvia trains run to and from Madrid Chamartin and Barcelona Sants. 


Airport San Sebastián: Bus line E21 is the airport shuttle bus into the city center. 

Airport Bilbao: Bus line DO50B is the airport shuttle bus into the city center of San Sebastián. 

Airport Biarritz: Information regarding airport transportation will be posted shortly.


In the city center, everything is within walking distance and to walking is the best way to enjoy the city, apart from its clear health benefits. You can also get around easy using public transportation with the San Sebastián Card that also provides discounts in leisure, commerce, and gastronomy. 

In addition to the San Sebastián Card, there is also the Basque Card that includes trips to the surrounding region. 


Taxis in San Sebastián operate 24 hours a day. Rates are metered and official. Unlike in other cities, taxis in San Sebastian do not stop on the street, so it is best to go to a taxi rank.

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