Why Pamplona? Its medieval streets from the city walls to the pilgrims’ route will surprise you!
“This looks much bigger on TV”. Ok, we know. But that is only because for the festivals’ Opening Ceremony on July,6th this gets really crowded!
The medieval walls of the city are all around the historical Old Quarter. For centuries, this was an impregnable stronghold.
All over the centuries this building has been the seat for kings, bishops and general captains of the army – history in pure form.
This “beautiful lady with donkey ears” has one of the best preserved Gothic cloisters in Europe, amongst many other surprises.
One of the most charming spots in town.
This bullring inspired Ernest Hemingway to write his novel “The Sun Also Rises”, which made the festivals worlwide known.
“Castle Square” is a funny name for a place where there is no castle at all. Or maybe there is one?
The patron saint inside is the one in charge of protecting the runners during the bullrun.