ABOUT THE TRIP
July 31 – Aug 1, 2020
Everyone is invited to join this trip!
COVID-19 special measures during the whole duration of the trip:
- Mandatory use of the face mask to access the bus
- Disinfectant gel at the entrance door to the bus
- Disinfecting mat on the first step of the bus
- Disinfection with ozone equipment at the end of each service
- Air purifier in the air conditioning duct
Let’s have an unforgettable adventure while visiting the Basque Country and following the real-life location that features in the Game of Thrones series.
DAY 1 – July 31
We leave Barcelona late at night and we will arrive at Dragonstone in the morning.
DAY 2 – August 1
We arrive early in the morning to the mystical island of Dragonstone. Dragonstone island sets the scene of the first episode of Season 7 and is the location from which character Daenerys Targaryen has been plotting war against her enemies.
The real island is home to a small church called San Juan Gaztelugatxe, where you can ring the bell 3 times and make a wish. On the walk, you will see the coast of the Bay of Biscay, which sits in the North of Spain and you can enjoy panoramic views of the 60 million-year-old surroundings.
After Dragonstone we will visit San Sebastian – What is not to love about this majestic city on the Cantabrian Sea? The city is famous for its white sand beaches. La Concha, the most beautiful urban beach in Europe, Its boardwalk is lined by an ornate white railing that has become a symbol of the city. In more recent years, San Sebastián has gained significant press for its cuisine. The city alone has 15 Michelin stars spread across 7 restaurants.
San Sebastián is also famous for its pintxos. And the best place to go to try some of them is the Parte Vieja. This charming old city centre is famous for having the highest concentration of bars in the world. This is where the pintxo is king and the food is taken very seriously.
After spending the day at San Sebastian, at night we will take our bus back to Barcelona. We are planning to arrive at the same place where we started between 2:00 am – 3:00 am on Sunday.