This vibrant, lively city frequently tops ‘best cities to eat in’ lists, with a large number of restaurants possessing at least one Michelin star, and an unrivalled culture of pintxo (tapas) bars and restaurants. The old town (Parte Vieja) is one of the best places to sample the authentic local cuisine and it is renowned for having the most bars of any city district in the world. The architecture is stunningly beautiful, as are the popular tourist attractions such as the Santa Maria del Coro Church, the San Telmo Museum, the grand city hall as well as the Constitution Square. Just south of this area you will find the bustling shopping district, filled with clothing shops, bars and restaurants. The city has a circular bay with pristine beaches boasting fine white sand, perfect for lazy days spent sunning yourself by the water. La Concha beach is probably the most famous and for over a century it has been frequented by royalty and aristocracy. There is a grand promenade extending all the way from the old town to the Miramar palace, a beautiful 19th century villa with exquisite public gardens and outstanding views. Mount Igueldo has some of the best views overlooking San Sebastian, and is home to a quaint little amusement park, which was built in 1911. Mota Castle can be found at the highest point of Mount Igueldo, constructed in the 12th century it now houses a museum which focuses on the history of the city. The weather is pleasant, with warm summers and mild winters although rainfall, cloud cover and fog can occur throughout the year. San Sebastian has 3 airports, 2 of which are international. San Sebastian Airport is only 20km from the city center and connects to all major Spanish cities. Getting around is simple and convenient, with buses, trains and taxi services accessible throughout the city.