The perfect antidote to a sunshine overload, Pamplona is the perfect place to catch some shade with so many gorgeous Gothic churches and art museums to hang around in until sunset.
We would recommend spending 2-3 days in Pamplona
Pamplona is famous for the running of the bulls. The festival takes place in early July. During the week bullfights are held at the Plaza de Toros.
The fortress was built in the 16th century. It has since been used as a prison, however today houses a number of exhibitions.
A busy public square in the heart of Pamplona. The square is the site of many events and markets.
For a relaxed walk in the sun the park is a beautiful green space on the borders of the old town, designed in a mix of architectural styles.
Regular trains run to Pamplona from other Spanish cities including Madrid, Barcelona and Zaragoza. You can also get to Pamplona from many of these cities by bus or sometimes plane.
You probably wont need to use public transport to visit most of the main sites in Pamplona. Most places in the old town and city centre are easily reachable on foot. During the summer months there are many events on the streets including the running of the bulls and dancing so walking is the best way not to miss these!