Discover the best of the city

Santander is an ideal city to explore on foot. The city centre can be explored on foot, since the distances are relatively short. In addition, Santander has a funicular, ramps and escalators that make it easy to travel through the steepest streets.

However, for those looking for another way of getting around, there are several options available to explore the city comfortably.


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Through this tool that seeks to promote walking routes through the city, you will be able to "visualize" the minutes it takes to reach the different areas of the city on foot. Likewise, it allows you to see the city in a different way, interact with people, avoid pollution and be more sustainable.

Download the plan here



Control and information telephone: 942 200 771

All the information related to urban transport can be found at: www.tusantander.es

Network of bus lines
TUS Santander schedule
Tourist bus map

For your convenience you can purchase a rechargeable card, available in tobacconists or kiosks.



Which you can tour the city.

How does it work?

To use this service temporarily it is necessary to have a credit or debit card. There are daily, weekly and annual subscriptions, adapting to your needs. By registering as a short-term or weekly subscription, you authorize the withholding of a deposit for a limited duration, which will be returned to you once the subscription expires, as long as the bicycle is returned in perfect condition.

For more information about the stations, security, etc., go to their web or call 900 900 722.

TusBic Stations

• Parque Las Llamas
• 2ª Playa del Sardinero (Mesones)
• Plaza Brisas
• Plaza de Delfines
• Facultad Derecho
• Plaza de Ciencia
• Plaza de Italia
• La Magdalena
• San Martín

• Jardines de Pereda
• C/ Atilano Rodríguez-Pz.Estaciones
• Pz. Numancia-Alameda
• C/ Alta. Junto a Mercado de México
• Puertochico.
• Avd. de Los Castros 141
• Severo Ochoa
• Rucandial



In the downtown area of the city there is the BLUE ZONE (OLA), with hours from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Friday and 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturdays. The price per hour is €1.45 and the allowed parking time in the same car park is a maximum of 2 hours.

Access Ola Santander

Paid underground car parking

Parking de Alfonso XIII
c/ Alfonso XIII s/n
942 365 473

Parking del Mercado de México
Plaza México
942 34 53 58

Parking de Cachavas
c/ Calderón de la Barca s/n
942 362 277

Parking de Numancia
Plaza Numancia s/n

Parking de Pombo
Plaza Pombo s/n
942 214 946

Parking del Mercado de la Esperanza
Plaza de la Esperanza
942 210 211

Parking de Jesús de Monasterio
c/ Jesús de Monasterio, s/n
942 373 645

Parking de Valdecilla
Avda. Valdecilla s/n
942 322 647

Parking Plaza del Ayuntamiento
942 313 120

Aparcamiento Puertochico
c/ Castelar 13
942 314 658

Parking de Tetuán
c/ Montañesa Tetuán
942 218 777 / 619 186 933

Parking Abierto Saba Estación Tren Santander

Plaza Estaciones, 39002 Santander, Cantabria
662 41 80 60

Parking de Alfonso XIII
Plza. de las Estaciones, s/n 39002, Cantabria
Más información en esta web o llamando al 902 283 080






If you prefer to move around the city by taxi, we provide you with the contact information for the taxi companies in Santander:

Teletaxi: 942 343 434
Radiotaxi Santander: 942 333 333

Paradas de taxi

• Banco de Santander Paseo de Pereda, 22
• Bellini General Dávila, 312
• Casino Plaza de Italia, s/n (El Sardinero)
• Cazoña Plaza Manuel Llano, s/n
• Ciriego Rostrío, s/n *Festividad de Todos Los Santos*
• Cisneros Cardenal Cisneros
• Correos Alfonso XIII, s/n
• Cuatro Caminos C/ Vargas, 75
• Cueto C/ José María González-Trevilla, 7
• El Corte Inglés C.C. Bahía de Santander (Nueva Montaña)
• El Empalme El Empalme, s/n (Peñacastillo)
• Estación de Autobuses C/ Navas de Tolosa, s/n
• Estación de Renfe C/ Atilano Rodríguez, s/n
• Feygón C/ Gregorio Marañón, s/n
• Gándara General Dávila, 35
• Interfacultativo Avenida de los Castros s/n
• Jesús de Monasterio C/ Jesús de Monasterio, 24

• La Magdalena Avda. de La Magdalena, s/n *Del 1 de junio al 30 de septiembre*
• Lonja C/ Marqués de la Hermida, 66
• Los Ciruelos C/ Los Ciruelos, 31 (El Alisal)
• Meteorológico General Dávila, 256 
• Miranda General Dávila, 1
• Monte C/ Repuente, 17
• Numancia C/ Vargas, 17
• PCTCAN Isabel Torres s/n
• Perines C/ Vargas, 57
• Puertochico C/ Ataulfo Argenta, 66
• Río de la Pila Plaza del Río de la Pila, s/n
• Salesianos General Dávila, 138
• San Martín Avenida Reina Victoria, 35
• Santa Lucía Santa Lucía, 28 *De 24:00 a 6:00 horas*
• Valdecilla Norte Avenida Marqués de Valdecilla, 25
• Valdecilla Sur Segundo López Vélez, s/n   


Bus Turístico

Thanks to these buses you will be able to visit the most emblematic places of Santander.

Visit their website to find out about the tours and everything you can discover about Santander:




If you want to get to know the Magdalena Peninsula in the most comfortable way, don't hesitate to get on the tourist train that runs through the park. Accessible trains with capacity for 56 passengers each. The wagons are heated in winter.

Discover the wonders of the Peninsula and the Palacio de la Magdalena with our guided tour on the tourist train.

Telephone: 902 10 10 81

Schedule: from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. and from 3:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. (with the last tour being 6:00 p.m.)



If you prefer to discover Santander from the bay:

Los Reginas: https://www.losreginas.com/




You can tour Santander in a fleet of 100% electric vehicles thanks to Guppy.

Discover more information and rates on their website: Guppy.es