This article was translated by John R. Bopp

The British daily The Telegraph has just published an article by Marti Buckley in their Destinations section describing some of the wonders a traveler to San Sebastian can find.  Well, at least sightseeing references to this Basque city at its surrounding area

It’s a guide that will undoubtedly be of great use to any travelers wishing to discover and enjoy one of the main touristic «ports of entry» to our country, because, as we say, it’s written by Marti Buckey Kilpatrick, an old friend of the blog, born and raised in Birmingham, Alabama and now residing in San Sebastian.

It’s so great to have so many «friends of the Basques», like her, with that ability to transmit their love for our land.

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The Telegraph – 8/5/2019 – Great Britain

The 10 best things to do in San Sebastián, from art galleries to colourful parades

Posing gracefully between sea and mountains, San Sebastián’s beauty is enthralling; staring at (and photographing) it is a favourite pastime. While most come to eat, the city has been attracting visitors since long before the gastronomic boom, and it boasts plenty of non-foodie activities.

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Google Translator. The Telegraph does not allow for automatic Google translating, so you’ll have to copy and paste the article yourself.

Each year, locals celebrate San Sebastián’s Day with the Tamborrada, a colourful drumming festival that starts on the stroke of midnight CREDIT: JUAN MANUEL SERRANO ARCE
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