Pamplona

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Overview

Pamplona, you will have a lot to see! Pamplona is at the crossroad between the spanish, the french and the muslim cultures since ages. Pamplona, also called Iruna in Basque language, is the capital of Navarre. Close to the Pyrenean mountains. As often in Spain, History is all over the place when it comes to such big (...)

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Getting there You can get to Pamplona from Burgos, Irun and Vitoria. Best price and travel duration below.

From Barcelona 03:45 $24
From Madrid 03:03 $28
From Palencia 02:55 $28
From Burgos 02:10 $20
From Irun 01:57 $10
From Vitoria 00:52 $11
From San Sebastian 01:39 $10
From Castejon 00:49 $7


Getting around From Pamplona, you can travel to nearby cities and towns. Best price and travel duration below.

To Vitoria 00:52 $10
To Castejon 00:57 $15
To San Sebastian 01:52 $10
To Burgos 02:06 $20
To Irun 02:15 $10
To Madrid 03:18 $28

While you're there

Pamplona, you will have a lot to see!

Pamplona is at the crossroad between the spanish, the french and the muslim cultures since ages. Pamplona, also called Iruna in Basque language, is the capital of Navarre. Close to the Pyrenean mountains. As often in Spain, History is all over the place when it comes to such big cities.

As the ancient capital of the kingdom of Navarre, Pamplona has a rich royal architecture and legacy. Your eyes will be pleased by the numerous places, buildings and palaces linked to this royal era.

Think of the Plaza del Castillo, the medieval fortifications. or the cathedral Santa Maria la Real, where the kings of Navarre were crowned. It is also a pleasant adventure to dive into the many streets of the charming old city. There you can enjoy the local festival of San Fermin, where bulls run after courageous men every july since ages.

Shall you join them too?

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  • "nice and fast!"    
    Fast way to get to Paris central.  
  • "Bull Run in Pamplona"    
    I recently traveled to Pamplona for San Fermin. As it was a busy time of year we had pre-booked our tickets which was a good thing as the train was packed with many rowdy tourists on their way to Pamplona. My only complaint was that we left the train station in Barcelona an hour after the scheduled time and no reason was given as to why. Otherwise, it was a good trip.