Pamplona is the capital city and transportation hub of Navarra and, as such, welcomes visitors traveling via all modes of transportation. Read more
Pamplona enjoys rather mild temperatures moderated by its proximity to the Cantabrian coastline. Read more
With top-notch theaters, surprising museums, centuries-old architecture and one of the world's most famous festivals, the decidedly smallish city of Pamplona has a cultural scene befitting of a metropolis three times its size!Read more
Learn here about Pamplona intricate yet compelling history.
What Pamplona lacks in size it more than makes up for with its cultural scene, where Spanish and Basque cultures converge in the way of festivals. Read more
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Occupying a unique setting in a valley already part of the Pyrenees foothills, and crossed by three rivers, the main of them called Arga, Pamplona is a city that has much more to offer the visitor than the world-renowned San Fermin festivity: a town of contrast, where the old and the new mix creating an incomparable blend.
This Pamplona guide will help you to discover the tradition in the modern reality of the city.
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