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    There are hundred of reasons to visit San Sebastian to visit San Sebastian at any time of the year, but during the summer there is a week in which the city is transformed and in which the festive atmosphere reigns. It is due to the celebration of Jazzaldia, an international jazz festival that brings great internationally musicians to the city every year. Whether you're a jazz lover or not, the Jazzaldi is a good time to stay in Donosti. There are several points in the city where there are concerts every day. The best known is the stage of the Zurriola Beach, next to the Kursaal, but there is also music in the Trinidad Square, where the Festival was born, in the Victoria Eugenia Theater, in the San Telmo Museum, in the Nautical and in a lot of other places. The atmosphere that is lived in the city during the days that the festival lasts is always special. A festival that has been celebrated since 1966, which makes it the oldest in Spain and one of the oldest in Europe. However, it has been in the last 25 years when it has gained relevance, reaching 171,500 people in 2018. For the 2019 edition, which will be between July 24 and July 28, highlights the presence of artists such as Diana Krall or Jamie Cullum, Neneh Cherry or Joshua Redman. All of them will be playing on the same stage that have already seen artists like BB King, Liza Minelli, Van Morrison or Ray Charles. Every year in Always Easy we host people during the festival that enjoys some wonderful days in the city and we encourage all the people to come to the city.
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    Tripadvisor has published the 2018 results of the cities and countried has turistic destinies. San Sebastian has been very good rated with the more than 33.000 opinions that has been published in the platform. Especially with the locations... the restaurants, also has been very good rated with the national average. The hotels and the touristic apartments are very good rated by the tourists that come to San Sebastian. In general they give a assessment of 4,18 on 5... better that the average of Spain (4,10) or France (4,04)... Especially very good rated the cleaning and the situation with 4,20 and 4,24. These ratings will be better in 2019 because of the legal offer of touristic apartments, because they will be more profesional. The restaurants also has been very good rated with a 4,08 on 5... a bit worse that the national average (4,09) but better than cities has Bilbao (3,95) or Santander (3,97). As point we have to improve is the quality-price relation (3,74) San Sebastian is a touristic referent, but we must to imporve because the ratings will be more and more fussy.. Keeping calm with the breeze
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    Like in every city, in San Sebastian many personalities of the city has gave their names to city street. Let's see some... Fermin Calbeton: politician that arrived to minister during the reign of Alfonso XIII. He was born in San Sebastian in 1813 and died in 1919... Freedom avenue and COnstitucion Place: When the dictator Franco died some of the names and places of San Sebastian change of names... like Avenida del Generalísimo and 18 of july place. Serapio Mujica: 1854-1941.  Echagüe general: He was a noble military born in San Sebastian in 1815... he was a gobernor of some colonies like Puerto Rico or Philipines... 31 of august: It mentions to the historic dat of 1813 august 31... when the city burned in the battle between french and English armies. Oquendo: Antonio de Oquendo and Zanategi was born in San Sebastian in 1577 and died in 1640. He was a outstanding military and marine. Carlos I: His reign between the years 1516 and 1556... He also was known as Carlos V... Pio Baroja: Famous writer of the known as 98th generation... Born in San Sebastian in 1872.  José Elosegui: Councilor and mayor of the city between 1902 and 1905. Sancho el Sabio: He was the king of Navarra during the years 1150 and 1194.  Tomas de Zumalacarregui: famous general. Bonr in Ormaiztegi in 1788 and died in Zegama in 1835. Blas de Lezo: Admiral from Pasajes (1689-1741). Famous because he had many war scars... he was one-eyed, immobilized arm, and only one leg. Juan de Bilbao: Franciscan from Salamanca.  Tomás Gros: The street where is the Always Easy office... he made possible the urbanization of the most near zone of Urumea river in Gros neighpordhood.
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    THE APARTMENT Rooms 2 Maximum guests 4 Surface 65 m2 BOOK NOW   The Apata apartment is a centric 65 square meters apartment recently reformed. The main stance is a large espace that joins the living room and the kitchen. And, because is in a sixth floor, is very lightly with windows looking to the outside. So, the first sensation when you are in is very confortable. The apartment is totally new... the decoration and the home appliances are recently installed. The two bedrooms are double... One with double bed and its own dresser, and the other with a trugle bed. There is a quite big toilet with shower plate and all very new. As detail, you can go out to the small balcony thet joins the main stance and the two bedrooms... you can see the Urgull mountain and its famous statue. THE ZONE The situation, in the Arrasate street, is perfect to enjoy San sebastian...Is a very centric street, but is for only pedestrians so is very quiet at night. The Arrasate street is the paralel to the San Martin street and the apartment is in the center of the shopping zone thet is from San Martin mall to almost the river zone.  But there are also some good bars in the zone like Zazpi or Antonio. And in 5 minutes walking... La Concha beach. KEEPING CALM WITH THE BREEZE
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    There is something that like in Always Easy... and is to show the history and curiosities of our city... this time we bring something very unknown... For the most of people of San Sebastian has been unobserved... There are two red lights in the middle of La Concha promenade. They are on in front of the other... both looking to the sea on a 3 meters mast.. and they are blinking... The most of people don't know what are they for... here is the explanation... They are signals to guide to the ships to entry to the bay... if you thread the boat with the tow lights, you will know wich course take to be safe of the shoals where run aground. To know the exact situation of that imaginary road, there is no need to sail the bay. Just do an easy experiment: be on the base of the second pole looking to the first one, wich is close to the beach. Just to be in the opposite side to the boat that entries... this way you will see the correct way to enter to the bay. Keeping calm with the breeze
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    One of the most photographed places of San Sebastian and with its 75 meters high, one of its highest points, is the Cathedral of the Good Shepherd. Practically visible from any point of the city, tourists who have come and will come in 2019 to the city will find it surrounded by scaffolding, as if it were the Sagrada Familia in Barcelona. During this year, the façade of the temple will be in works for the rehabilitation of it and also of the central tower. The novelty in the reform will consist of the creation of a 360º viewpoint at 47 meters high that everyone can access through a metal staircase to contemplate the widening of the city. It can also be done free of charge. The restoration, in addition to the stone blocks, will be carried out in the 10 bells that presided over the cathedral, the largest of which is 1,700kg. The construction of the temple started in 1888 and finished in 1897. However, the Cathedral category was not granted until 1953. It is currently the seat of the Diocese of San Sebastian.
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    In any other place, a mountain next to the most touristic area, with wonderful views of the city, with a castle at the top, with a lot of history and easy accessibility would be a point full of tourists. All these conditions are met by Monte Urgull, however there are not many people who climb it. That is why we call it the great unknown. A place that in the12h century was an authentic military fortress thanks to its location and its walls, which have seen the history of the city and which of course were direct witness of that August 31, 1913 in which , during the War of Independence, the Old Town was razed and burned except one street. On the top of the mountain is a castle, Castillo de la Mota, guarded by its cannons. And crowning the castle we can see the Sacred Heart, 12 meters high statue that can be seen from any point of the city both day and night. Also known as Cristo de la Mota, it is a work of Federico Coullaut. But this is not all, because on the side of the mountain, right next to the Paseo Nuevo, is the English Cemetery because according to the legend the English soldiers who died during the first Carlist war are resting in piece there. The explanation of why the cemetery is there is simple. It is the northernmost point of San Sebastián, so that those buried there look towards England.
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    Easter is a good time for tourism in general. Local people, from other cities and foreigners, take the opportunity to travel to other places taking advantage of the holidays. If you add good weather and a beautiful city, success is assured. This is what happened in San Sebastian this year. Not every year we can enjoy the sun at this time so the visitors that come to San Sebastian this year have been able to enjoy the city and its most emblematic places like never before. Without going any further, the tourist office located on the Boulevard has received 22% more visitors than last year at this time. A tourism that grows without stopping, specially family tourism. More and more families are coming to spend a few days in the city. Anyone who has gone for a walk in the Bay of La Concha or walked to the Peine del Viento the last days could check it. A growth that was already sensed in previous months. Without going any further in the month of March 2019 there were 6.6% more travelers than in 2018. In addition, according to official data, 72% of the people who visit Gipuzkoa sleep in San Sebastian, a high figure considering the wonders of coastal towns that you have nearby. In Always Easy we have not stopped working either, hosting couples, families and groups of friends, and we do our best to so that they have a great time in the city.
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