Run with the BullsThe great American writer, Ernest Hemmingway, made the festival of San Fermin world famous when he wrote of the tradition in his 1926 book 'The Sun Rises'. These days the ceremony draws over 1,000,000 visitors to the small city of Pamplona every July. The ritual continues all week with nightly firework displays and parades happening all over the city. If you're planning on donning the traditional white shirt and red flag in order to brave the bulls yourself then be sure to book your Bed and Breakfast Pamplona well in advance to avoid disappointment.
Caso ViejoWherever you choose to stay in your Bed and Breakfast Pamplona you're sure to spend a lot of time in the Old Town. The historic centre of the city is filled with medieval churches and palaces. Visit the Cathedral or the City Hall to appreciate the neo-classical and baroque architecture. The Navarre Museum is an amazing public museum exhibiting archaeological and artistic treasures linked to Navarre from prehistoric times right through to the 20th century.
A Taste of SpainPamplona is renowned for the quality of the vegetables and asparagus, artichokes and red peppers can be found in the cuisine. Head to the Plaza del Castillo to one of the terraces to sample the local tapas, Pintxos, and sip on a Spanish cider or fruity sangria.
AirBnB PamplonaAirBnB Pamplona is very popular with visitors to the town. Accommodation is highly sought after and can be expensive so many people try to market their homes as AirBnB Pamplona. With a Bed and Breakfast Pamplona, you can be assured that our guest houses are genuine B&Bs and are designed with your comfort in mind.