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Parque Aiete

Paseo Aiete, s/n, 20009 San Sebastian - Donostia, Spain
+34 943 21 86 03
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Place to spend quiet moment

Beautiful spot to enjoy time away from the beach. Took#19 bus. Small cafe open but didn't visit... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Petersburg, Virginia
What a place!

One of my favourite parks in the city,absolutely stunning with a gorgeous pond with turtles and... read more

Reviewed 14 April 2017
Patricia M
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Paseo Aiete, s/n, 20009 San Sebastian - Donostia, Spain
+34 943 21 86 03

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Reviewed 1 week ago

Beautiful spot to enjoy time away from the beach. Took#19 bus. Small cafe open but didn't visit. Only walked few paths. Peaceful.

Thank scampi745
Reviewed 14 April 2017

One of my favourite parks in the city,absolutely stunning with a gorgeous pond with turtles and swans, an excellent playground for all ages and there's sand so it's toddler friendly! The Palace is beautiful as are the rest of the grounds.There's a cool underground cultural...More

Thank Patricia M
Reviewed 10 August 2016

Google maps had us going down the tiniest of one way streets to find the entrance to the park, yet we could never quite get there. We could see the back side of the park from a wider road, but could never seem to get...More

Thank elleng
Reviewed 30 July 2016 via mobile

We decided to visit Parque Aiete since it was near our hotel and we really enjoyed our visit. It is truly beautiful and relaxing, so I really recommend it.

Thank surf_golf
Reviewed 8 June 2016

What a refreshing place to visit. Beautiful lawns and flower beds, little ponds and grottos. Lots of up and down walking through forest a vibrant greens. Even a little cafe. Relax and enjoy the fresh air out of the downtown area.

Thank Lee T
Reviewed 1 March 2016

Well maintained and spacious with manicured landscaped gardens around the palace and a wilder woods side behind. My local park to walk dogs and collect kindling for the fire. On the weekends the cafe area is full of kids. This is the former home of...More

Thank FarOutInn
Reviewed 22 December 2015

This park was once known as "Franco's Palace"; the dictator used to spend his summer time in this house. Fortunately, at this moment, i'ts a great public place for a walk. There's a public library and entertainment activities for kids, just behind those green glasses...More

Thank Maite S
Reviewed 10 August 2015

Here, you have culture( poems on the culture house), animals( swans and turtles and fish in the pond), quiet flowered place

Thank Isabelle59494
Reviewed 4 March 2015

Worth the bus ride to the park. There's a magnificent public library. The architecture is modern and very respecting of the natural surrounding. In the park there are also 3 or 4 SEQUIOA trees!!!! Not sure how they got there, but they are majestic. The...More

1  Thank JK_Donostia_77
Reviewed 28 September 2014

This is a pretty park with some nice buildings, but it is quite far from the centre (about 30mins from Amara, uphill), although there are buses too. I wouldn't put it high on the list of things to see, but if you are in Donostia...More

Thank Tim Y
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