Plans with children
- Donosti Feeling
- 2016 Apr 02
During the Easter period, San Sebastián is a fantastic destination to take a family break. A user-friendly city, easy to get around on foot or by bike, taking the whole family on a stroll as you make the most of the opportunity to go shopping, visit a museum or play in one of the several parks. And the local traditions will ensure that the youngest members of the family will leave with an unforgettable memory of our magical city:
Making your way through the 360º acrylic tunnel suspended in the water, surrounded by huge sharks and enormous manta rays, or touching live fish in the touch tank are some of the most entertaining activities available at the museum.
A room specially designed for children aged 4-9 where they can see where the animals of the forest live and discover the five senses. A digital Planetarium, a place where you will be able to make 3D tours of the Solar System in its enormous dome, a room with simulators, etc. Discover the most entertaining side of science
Ekogunea Parkea is a space for children aged between 0 and 12 and their families, designed to offer high-quality standards of education and with trees, play-pens, nets and a small farmhouse made from natural materials.
A must for all children: getting their skates on and taking to the ice to the sound of the latest music at the Txuri-Urdin Ice-rink. A classic if ever there was one!
EATING AN ICE CREAM
Why wait until summer to enjoy San Sebastián’s traditional ice cream? In the area around the Boulevard alone you will find some half-dozen ice cream parlours with something for everyone. Go on, give your taste buds a treat!
Going to see the ducks and swans to Plaza Gipuzkoa
The ducks and swans in the Plaza Gipuzkoa have and will always be a stop not to be missed, an attraction that no childhood in San Sebastián can be imagined without. Put a few crumbs of bread in your pocket and head off for a stroll round this hugely charming, romantic spot.