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First we will visit the entrance of the Town Hall of San Sebastian, a former Casino - one of the most important meeting places for the bourgeoisie during the Belle Epoque. Going inside, we will travel to the past of San Sebastian; the oldest area will show us what it was like to live in a fortified city near the border, lives depending on the sea, and waiting for the battles to come.
We'll visit the oldest street of Donostia, named '31st of August' because that was the day this street survived the fire that burnt the whole city. Also we will visit the historical areas of Constitution Square. Then we will head to the magnificent Buen Pastor cathedral, stopping along the way at Guipuzcoa' Square. After, we will walk through La Concha Bay's promenade stopping at the beautiful Miramar's Palace.
Ending this walk we will find the sculpture 'The Comb of the Winds' and will finish this tour going up to Igueldo's hill, taking the popular Funicular to enjoy the best view of the town and the sea.
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