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Flights from San Sebastian

Sunny San Sebastian is a lovely destination in its own right, but functions an excellent gateway for travellers looking to move on. Find your wanderlust with Skyscanner by inputting ‘everywhere’ into the destination bar, and scrolling through the places you can explore from this port.

Then tailor your search results in a number of helpful ways, so you can zero in on the right route quickly and easily. Modify the filters to bring you options that align with what time you’d like to leave the city, which airline you’d like to book with, and how many layovers you can manage. However you choose to customize your results, be confident in the fact that we will always provide you with the cheapest flights along your chosen route.

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Finding flights from San Sebastian Airport (EAS)

Serving San Sebastian in Spain’s Basque Country, the San Sebastian Airport (EAS) is a great little hub. Strategically built 20km from the town’s centre, you can take one of several bus routes, or utilise the taxi services in San Sebastian to get to the airport.

This is a compact facility, so there are only two destinations covered from San Sebastian, but they are out to Spain’s busiest airports, Madrid (MAD) and Barcelona (BCN), which both offer well over 100 direct routes to other parts of the world, and throughout Spain. You can fly via Vueling, or Iberia to either of these destinations.

Popular destinations from San Sebastian Airport

As San Sebastian flies to two of Spain’s most beloved cities, it would be a crying shame if you didn’t spend time in each. The Catalan capital Barcelona is a city by the sea that is known for its atmospheric Gothic architecture, beautiful scenery, and nearby sandy beaches. It also holds within its heart Antoni Gaudí’s love letter the city, his masterpiece, the UNESCO-listed Basilica de la Sagrada Familia. Then there is Madrid, the principal city of Spain, and the driving force behind the nation. Whilst it is not as immediately beautiful as Barcelona, there are a ton of stunning attractions, like the famous Prado Museum, the impressive Royal Palace, and even an ancient Egyptian Temple, sent as a gift to the city and set in the La Montaña Park.

What’s more, from both of these cities, you can fly to short-haul and long-haul destinations to all sorts of fantastic places. A few hours of flying can take you to the legendary streets of Athens (ATH) where Plato once philosophised, or to the gorgeous streets of Florence (FLR), a chocolate box city in the Tuscan countryside.

Meanwhile, longer trips can take you to cities as far out as Quito (UIO) in Ecuador, one of the prettiest cities in South America. Explore its perfectly preserved Old Town, hike the slopes of the Andes Mountains, shop in the vibrant markets, and dance the night away in La Mariscal.  Alternatively, embark on a trip out to Asia instead, and fly to Tokyo (NRT), the capital of Japan, and filled with museums, galleries, and shopping meccas. Spend time in this city and drink sake, eat sushi, and sing your heart out in a KTV bar. If you have time, hop on the excellent train system and explore the beautiful spiritual town of Kamakura, only a couple hours from the city and filled with temples and shrines as a testament to its place as the political centre of the country in the 12th century.

 

Please note that information is correct as of January 2017

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