Official Website of Donostia San Sebastián Turismoa. Information on accessibility for tourists visiting the city.

Tourist Information Offices: San Sebastián Tourism


San Sebastián Tourism has one permanent information point and a temporary one in summer. In addition to being fully adapted for people with reduced mobility, the main information point has a magnetic induction loop, support by WhatsApp and a summary brochure in Braille. The staff are trained to help visitors with functional difficulties and older people.

General Data

The main tourist information office is located on Donostia's Boulevard. It is fully equipped for access by people with restricted mobility, it has an audio induction loop, a WhatsApp service and a summary brochure in Braille. Staff have been trained to assist people with functional diversity and elderly people.

Alameda del Boulevard 8. Donostia / San Sebastián 20003. Gipuzkoa

+34 943 481 166

+34 607 187 462

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Monday - Saturday: 9:00 - 19:00
Sunday: 10:00 - 14:00

Bank holidays: 
Special hours. Ask us.

Monday - Saturday: 9:00 - 20:00
Sunday: 10:00 - 14:00

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Accessibility Information


Adapted public transport is available.

Several lines on the Dbus urban bus network connect various areas of the city to the Boulevard, a pedestrianised area where the tourist information office is located.
For example, lines 5, 25, 16, 21, 26, 28, 8 and 13, among others.

Information on Dbus lines and timetables.

The information is also available on the Dbus mobile app. Download the App for iOS, Download the App for Android and Download the App for Windows.

Stops have information panels with routes and timetables, and a list of taxi company phone numbers.

There is a taxi rank next to the bus stops, 100 metres from the Tourist Information Office.

Pedestrian itineraries between the Tourist Information Office and the taxi rank and the bus stops nearby are accessible to people in wheelchairs.

Parking Spaces for PRM

There are special parking spaces for PRM ein the streets around the Tourist Information Office.

Holders of the blue EU parking card can use PRM street parking spaces free of charge for 24 hours at a time.

They can also pay Tariff 2 to park in regular "OTA" parking spaces.

For further information on PRM street parking spaces and the blue card, see PRM street parking spaces.

There is an underground public car park 100 m from the office, Parking Boulevard. It has PRM spaces, and it is a pay car park.

Pedestrian itineraries from the PRM street parking spaces and the public Boulevard car park to the Tourist Information Office are accessible to people in wheelchairs.


  • The Tourist Information Office has a pavement-level entrance from the Boulevard.
  • Automatic sliding door with a 125 cm clearance.
  • The turning radius inside and outside the door is greater than 180 cm.

Information Facilities

  • The façade has a tourist plan next to the entrance door, with a QR code.
  • There are shelves with tourist brochures inside the office next to the entrance. Each brochure has a QR code.
  • There are also information panels on the contents of the brochures.
  • The counter is double-height.
  • The adapted counter is at the back, and its dimensions are as follows::
    • Height. 74 cm.
    • Width. 50 cm.
    • Length. 280 cm.
    • Free approach area. Greater than 180 cm.

The Tourist Information Office website has a "tab" with practical information on accessibility, how to organise travel, how to get there, how to move around, what to see, routes available and services of interest.

Adapted Toilets

  • The Tourist Information Office does not have any toilets.
  • There are adapted public toilets close to the Tourist Information Office in the car park Parking Boulevard.

Moving around inside the office.

  • The Tourist Information Office is on one floor, 12.50 m long and 2.80 m wide, and a free height clearance of 3.20 m.
  • Wheelchair-bound visitors can move easily around the office.
  • Corridors have a 150 cm turning radius.
  • The flooring is hard and non-slip.

Canine assistants

Canine assistants are most welcome free of charge (guide dogs, hearing dogs, medical alert dogs, dogs to assist people with autism, dogs providing a service for people with reduced mobility etc.), pursuant to Law 10/2007 of 29 June on Canine Assistants for People with Disabilities..

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Physical accessibility

  • Accessible counter.
  • Floor-level access.
  • Barrier-free interior.
  • PRM parking spaces and adapted public toilets near the office.

Visual accessibility

  • There are brochures in Braille.
  • There are a large number of brochures with QR codes.
  • Important! Information in Braille must be requested from staff, as it is not displayed in the office.
  • There is a control device service to activate acoustic traffic lights in the city and audio warnings of buses approaching stops.
  • On demand visitors may also request a magnifying facility to consult documentation at the office.

Audio accessibility

  • The service counter has an audio induction loop.
  • No sign guides or audiovisual material in sign language or subtitling for the deaf.