Things to Do in Pamplona

Things to Do in Pamplona, Spain - Pamplona Attractions

Things to Do in Pamplona

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  • Dimitris L
    Sydney, Australia45,371 contributions
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    We came across San Lorenzo Church a couple of times during our walks in the historic centre of Pamplona, as we were staying in a lovely hotel closeby. The church building is not really a great architectural achievement, but it is nice enough. At least if you have seen as many churches as we have then you would understand... However this church is quite special. The locals certainly seem to think so. The reason is that the Chapel of San Fermin is inside San Lorenzo Church, and San Fermin is the saint people really adore more than others. He is associated with the annual running of the bulls in Pamplona and his image holds a special place in the chapel. It's a wood-sculptured image dating back to the 15th century and it is said to contain an actual bone of the saint! The red cape covering the image of the saint is supposed to protect the runners during the running of the bulls! The saint's statue is paraded annually during July, during the celebrations. As for San Lorenzo himself, he, too, holds a special place in the hearts of the locals. He is said to have been burnt, or barbecued, by the Romans, for his beliefs, which is why he is represented holding a grill! Definitely this church is worth checking out, at least for its interesting history.
    Written June 8, 2019
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  • Neill L
    Pamplona, Spain9 contributions
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    This church is one of the original churches on the Santiago de Compestela. It's ornate facade features a huge figure of St. James set in a shell as well as two other saints. The building is thought to have been built in the 13th century. Sadly the church closed it's doors in 2018. The elderly monks no longer offer service to the public.
    Written September 15, 2019
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  • Margie D
    York, PA729 contributions
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    The longest and most famous part of the bull run course. The street is lined with bars and souvenir shops. Owners rent their balconies for as much as 100 Euros to watch the Bull Run
    Written February 17, 2024
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  • Dimitris L
    Sydney, Australia45,371 contributions
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    La Morea is a very big shopping centre. We had visited the Citadel in the early part of the day and on our way out we saw the big Mall. There are numerous shops in there of all types, from supermarket to restaurant. You can probably spend the best part of a day in there and still not visit half of the shops!
    Written June 5, 2019
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  • Dimitris L
    Sydney, Australia45,371 contributions
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    The Palacio de Ezpeleta is a grand old building with an even more grand entrance! This 18th century building was constructed for a wealthy family, specifically that of Agustín de Echeverz, governor and captain general of the New Kingdom of León. Today however it is the heavy baroque facade that is really of interest to tourists. Unfortunately we were not able to go inside, although we walked past it a number of times, over the course of a week, while staying in Pamplona. The building is now occupied by the Official School of Languages ​​at Distance of Navarre, and the school of educators. It's definitely worth your effort to come by and have a look for a even a couple of minutes.
    Written June 9, 2019
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  • Anna H
    Chicago, IL1,220 contributions
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    This memorial is in the middle of a modern shopping street. So the running of the bulls is depicted where the people are doing the "running of the charge cards" . Neat spot.
    Written October 30, 2016
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  • Margie D
    York, PA729 contributions
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    After Ayuntamiento, Calle Mercaderes is the next section of the Running of the Bulls. This section is the shortest and the most dangerous.
    Written February 17, 2024
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  • Dimitris L
    Sydney, Australia45,371 contributions
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    Camara de Comptos is the Chamber of Commerce building in Pamplona. It has a very long history dating to around the 13th century. The building is constructed of stone and has an arched entrance and inside there is a landscaped courtyard. In this area they have discovered some interesting archaeological remains. Worth checking out if you are in the area.
    Written June 9, 2019
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  • David Oteiza
    Mutilva Baja, Spain27 contributions
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    We played the Octopus mission in a group of three. We got out in 57 minutes, and it was really fun. The decoration a were really good thought. The ancillary installations are great (roulette, wardrobe, waiting lounge).
    Written January 13, 2019
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