Pamplona, the capital of Spain’s Navarre Province, is best known for its ‘Running of the Bulls’ event which is held annually in conjunction with the world famous ‘Fiesta de San Fermin’. It is also a major stop along the Camino de Santiago, a medieval-era pilgrimage route. Pamplona features an attractive medieval centre which boasts a number of impressive Gothic-style churches, several interesting museums.

Foodies will enjoy the fantastic culinary and wine scene whilst nature lovers can visit an array of spacious green parks. Must-see sights include: the historic fortified church of San Nicolás; the Catedral de Santa María la Real y Museo Diocesano, which combines a Neoclassical façade with a Gothic interior; and the Museo de Navarra, showcasing fascinating collections of Roman artifacts and Romanesque art.

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