Donostiartean Art Night Market is a unique opportunity for visitors, collectors and art lovers alike to buy works of art, get to know artists, discover trends and enjoy some relaxing downtime in San Sebastián while taking in the vibes from the Heineken Jazzaldia festival.

Time & Dates

Thursday 20 July
from 7.30 pm to 11.30 pm

Friday 21 July
from 6.00 pm to 11.30 pm

Saturday 22 July
from 6.00 pm to 11.30 pm

Sunday 23 July
from 5.00 pm to 10.00 pm

1,500sqm of artworks in 6 exhibition areas

Galleries, artists and international collectives will presents theirs proposals around 6 different areas in a relaxing atmosphere creating a closer relation with the visitors.

A - Galleries: Space for national and international galleries.

B - Collaborative Space: Gallery shared by several artists.

C - Bertako Artistak: Area for local artists.

D - Street Art for Kids: Making graffiti with kids.

E - Digital-Room: Digital art galleries | Other projects.

F - Inter-Sections: Area for art projects and other disciplines | Art and gastronomy Fusion | Art and architecture | Art and decoration.


Street Art for Kids: Kids will get a lesson in street art by creating a work of graffiti under the guidance of an artist who will take them through the entire process.

Art&Cocktails: Visitors will be treated to a welcome cocktail named after the Fair and created by a renowned bartender that they can savor during their visit.

Guided tours: Visitors will have the option of signing up for a guided tour in the language of their choice.

Live Music: Artists will be able to present their musical projects at Donostiartean in the same vein as the Heineken Jazzaldia Jazz Festival.


By bus

The city’s new coach station links Donostia / San Sebastián to other Spanish cities and parts of Europe.

There are also direct buses leaving from Madrid Airport (Barajas Terminal 4) to San Sebastián (duration: 5h 30 min).

By car

San Sebastián is also connected to France and Spain through a series of highways: A-1 (Madrid-Irun), highways AP-8 (Bilbao-Irun) and A-63 (París-Irun) and freeway AP-15 (Pamplona-San Sebastián).

Don’t forget your driver’s license, you must carry it with you in Spain.

By train

RENFE, the Spanish national railway company, offers long, mid and short distance trains.

The city’s train station, Estación del Norte, is located in the city center and links it to Spain’s major cities, like Madrid and Barcelona, as well as other European cities like Paris and Lisbon.

San Sebastián also has a train service called Eusko Tren that connects Bilbao to Donostia - San Sebastián, running through the coast and stopping at coastal cities like Zarautz, and another line that joins Hendaia (France) and the French rail service SNCF, to Lasarte stopping at Donostia – San Sebastián (the train is affectionately known as the “Mole”).

The French national railway company SNCF connects to other European capitals from its station in Hendaye.