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I visited Pamplona for a few hours and I was in Cafe Iruna in Plaza del Castillio to find the traces of Hemingway .I appreciate the old charm of Pamplona ,in May the town and the plaza was sleepy .The square owes its name to...More
Plaza del Castillo is such a treat to visit. All the locals go as well and you can 'mingle' with them. It's a big plaza that sometimes has craft vendors there. On the edges of the plaza are many restaurants and shops (Hemingway was known...More
To visit the historical centre of Pamplona, please take this underground garage, she is located near to this “Plaza” and is more than ok. The Plaza del Castillo is located in the centre of the city, from it come many streets of the old town...More
A great square with the rotunda in the centre
Plenty of restaurants, cafes and bars
Great place to have a coffee, beer or sangria and watch the locals and tourists enjoying the local ambience and weather
Well, if you don’t even stumble across this plaza throughout your stay then that would be surprising since a previous reviewer summarised it well, all roads lead here.
A good central location to meet people or to get your bearings before heading anywhere.
Fresh back from 9 days in Madrid just wanted to post a little information in case it helps somebody else. Used public transport all the time and it is excellent, reasonably priced but complicated and information can be sparse. Great idea to buy 10 metrobus tickets from machines in metro or from news kiosks. Currently cost 12 euros 50 and can be used on buses and metros. Be aware you can walk a long way between lines on the metro when you change, feel as if you are walking to your destination....More
November 02, 2014|
have to say we found advise on transport matters available. On arrival at Atocha going to Sol, thought I needed the metro. Went to the information desk, told just get on the local train, given platform and train times and the position of the lifts as we cant use stairs. On our return to atocha again station staff at Sol were incredibly helpful, we found this the case using all public transport. Again the Renfe office just changed the times for our malaga train without fuss or any extra...More