Plaza de la Constitución

The Plaza de la Constitución lies deep in the heart of the Old Town. The building that dominates the square was San Sebastián’s City Hall until the 1940s.
The balconies on the colourful buildings that line the square display numbers dating back to the time when it was used as a bullring.
Today, however, the Plaza de la Constitución is a square packed with life where some of the most important local festivities take place: raising and lowering of the flag on January 20th, San Sebastián Day, the Santo Tomás fair (December 21st), etc.


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