A building with beautiful gardens worthy of visiting and photographing.
A jewel from the Belle Époque.
During the Belle Époque, this beautiful building served as a ballroom and casino for the city's bourgeoisie. Built in 1897, it was a meeting point for artists, intellectuals and politicians until 1924. In that year, gambling was prohibited. In 1947, it became San Sebastián's town hall. It is located amid great beauty: right at La Concha Bay, surrounded by the majestic Alberdi Elder Gardens. There you will find tamarinds, palm trees and flower beds, as well as a children's play area. Just behind the town hall lies the city's historic quarter.