Pamplona: Attractions and more...
Pamplona is a rich and a developed city with no sign of compromises. This city is very famous for its annual festival known as the ‘San Fermin’ which is held in the month of July. Crowds come up in large numbers and anticipate this festival.
The main attraction of this festival is a race in which bulls are raced amongst each other. There is another heritage centre called as ‘The Star Fort’ which was built around 500 years ago. The walls of this fort are still existent today and are worth seeing.
There are a number of museums in the city as well. Two major museums here are ‘The Museo de Navarra’ and the ‘Museo Diocesano’, both of which are related to archaeology and religious findings.
Pamplona is also the key venue for the hosting of ‘Punto de Vista’ festival, which hosts international documentaries. Also there are some notable churches which are a great mixture of architecture and culture.
What to see in detail
Will find places of interest on the map. Clock on the attractions for details