About Jessica B
Lives in Liverpool, United Kingdom
Since Apr 2013
18-24 year old female
I was born and raised in Liverpool and have spent my life living between Liverpool and Manchester. I also spent a large chunk of 2014 working in Rio de Janeiro (amazing!). I especially love travelling to places with natural beauty and last year I fulfilled my dream of seeing penguins in the wild in the south of Argentina. My next adventure? Who knows!?
Bars & Clubs
Playgrounds, Parks, Bodies of Water
Beach & Pool Clubs, Beaches
Other Outdoor Activities
Churches & Cathedrals, Sacred & Religious Sites
Whiskey might not be the first thing you think about when you think of San Sebastian, but this Museum-Bar does not disappoint. Even the most seasoned whiskey connoisseur will be impressed with the selection available; there’s whiskey from every corner of the world on sale here.
This beautiful historic building, inaugurated in 1912, has recently undergone a 21 million euro renovation turning it into an innovate, top-class arts venue. With shows and concerts programmed throughout the year, there’s sure to be something worthwhile on during your visit.
This family-friendly park is located about 30 minutes out of the city center. With a beautiful mansion house, enchanting grottos, and waterfalls, it's the perfect place to escape the hustle and bustle of the city.
This small beach, located next to La Concha beach, is usually quieter yet just as beautiful.
If you’re looking to get out of the city for an afternoon, try Penas de Aia National Park. Full of mountainous forests and impressive peaks that can be seen for hundreds of miles around, Penas de Aia is any nature-lovers dream. These peaks also feature heavily in Basque mythology.
This is the oldest building in San Sebastian. Completed in 1509 in the Gothic style, the church is dramatically beautiful both inside and out.
This hill offers spectacular views over the beach and old town. It is topped by an old military stronghold which was used during the Carlist Civil Wars of the 19th century, as well as a 12-meter tall statue of Jesus Christ.
The largest park in the city is well worth a visit. The long winding paths are a great place for a relaxing stroll. You won't believe you’re in the middle of a city!
This museum explores the fascinating history and culture of the Basque Country and is the oldest museum in the region. A must-see if you’re interested in learning more about the Basque Country.
This royal country house was built in the 19th century when the Spanish royal family started spending their summer holidays in San Sebastian. The building itself is not open very often to the public, but the gardens and surrounding park are always accessible to visitors.