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All reviews worth the climb free museum small museum easy hike nice hike statue of christ old fortress great view of the city steep walk great exercise take your time worth the effort san telmo sunny day couple of hours la concha beach castle
It was great to get out of the town for an hour or two, and walk up here to get some great views of the city.
There are a few different routes up and the views at the top are worth it, as is the...More
We walked from old town to Monte Urgull and took the lift to the top. What a great view of San Sebastian. There are several viewing points to take great pictures. There is also a small amusement park but it was closed when we visited....More
It was a bleak day which made the walk up this hill invigorating! No overheating here on what was a 5-10C day. Stormy conditions made for big waves, a spectacular sight crashing on to the seawall and nearby island. The museum at the top is...More
Originally this was a small walled and coveted port city. This was one of the two mountain areas which the local kings used to expand and protect their city from invasion and thereby protect the port activity also. The mountain offer paths and attractions such...More
A hike on a paved path, steep at points, but with great views. Immediately upon entering in the castle at the top of the hill, go to the second floor to get a ticket with a waiting time in order to go to the very...More
Be prepared for a walk - uphill and down and sometimes with steps. Not immediately obvious how to find the path up - from either side. Best to go to the aquarium and take the lift up and go from there.
We walked here from the town centre and followed the paths up to the first of the ramparts for a view over the east beach
Followed the path and found a shooting gallery from the spanish american war
Continuing on got to the English cemetery...More