San Sebastian - Donostia called San Sebastián in the Basque and Spanish - is a seaside resort located on the Atlantic coast in the Bay of Biscay in northern Spain.
Donostia-San Sebastian is Spain's summer capital. Here is where the tourists are enchanted by the atmosphere of Belle Epoque. San Sebastian is synonymous with relaxation, where else if not on a sunny beach, the most famous being La Concha and Playa de Ondarreta.
Queen Isabella II of San Sebastian on the map marked as a resort in the summer of 1845, when he chose to spend this summer, while becoming the summer residence of the royal court.
Guipúzcoa (in Basque Gipuzkoa) is a province of northern Spain, in Euskadi. Its capital is San Sebastian (Donostia in Basque).
Bilbao, Bilbo called in Basque, is the sixth largest city in Spain, the most impressive main port and industrial center north of the country.
Located Nervion River, 14 km from the seashore, Bilbao is the most important city in the Basque Country region.
After a period of economic decline, Bilbao has invested in tourism, urban renewal and cultural jewel again becoming the Basque region.
Miracles of modern architecture such as the Guggenheim Museum and attract thousands of tourists Euskalduna Palace in Bilbao, contrasting sharply with the "Casco Viejo" - the historic, dating from the fourteenth century.
Pamplona, capital of Navarre (Basque language Iruna), located in the northern Spain and south-western part of the Mountains pyrene.
The city is located in Arga river basin, and is the first region of plains, highlands after.
This land was inhabited in Celtic times, the Romans founded a city here in 79.ie, named army commander Pompeius Magnus, who conquered this region. After the collapse of the Roman city came under Visigothic domination and became up-Eighth Century in the main fighting against windmills. So was born the Kingdom of Navarra (Pamplona in other words).
Irún is a town in the Basque Country in Spain, even the French border. Bidassoa River is located near the Atlantic coast of the Sea.
Location of the city near the border was an important commercial center and road and rail junction.
Currently, it is considered that the locality of the city survived the Roman Oiasso.
City fame comes from the fact that the transfer point for travelers from France to Madrid and other Spanish cities.
Often ignored by tourists Irún is that changing the train pass over it quickly.
The city has a population of 55,200 and is a commercial and industrial (production of paper and leather products).