Pamplona is internationally known thanks to the festival of San Fermines. Thousands of people come each year to experience the thrill of its popular bull running, immortalized by Hemingway in his book “Fiesta”.
For nine days, everyone dresses in white and red costumes, Pamplona inhabitants and outsiders are driven by the festive spirit that invades the streets of the city.
However, Pamplona is much more than that and it is worth a visit while enjoying the festival. Architecture and urbanism shake hands with folklore and it is possible to see the city in all its glory, when the streets are filled with visitors.
Pamplona is a city with parks, monuments and unforgettable places that has also managed to incorporate contemporary buildings in its urban fabric. Enjoy a perfect combination of architecture and tradition.
– Preparation of the itinerary
– Guided tours with an architect
– 01 night in hotel with breakfast
– 02 meals
– Private bus according to program
– Entrance ticket
– Flight management
– Combine with other programs
Visit Navarra general Archive (Rafael Moneo) and stroll through the Redín. Walk to the center, crossing the footbridge by Pereda-Pérez architects. Labrit Gateaway surroundings: Avenue Carlos III (AH arquitectos), Cathedral and Plaza del Castillo. Gastronomy in the streets of the Old Town.
We will wake up early to see the bull running of the San Fermines. Possibility of private balcony (ask for it), with privileged views of the streets where the bulls and runners pass through in a brief but intense race.
Giants and “big head” parade in the down town, and guided visits by an architect: Bastion (Patxi Mangado), Citadel, New Bus Station (Blasco, Tabuenca, Sagastume), CIVICAN (Blasco) and the Navarra University Campus with buildings by Moneo, Carvajal or Vicens.