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For one week in July Pamplona becomes world famous. Visitors from all over the world line up to race the narrow streets of Pamplona just ahead (they hope) of the bulls running towards the arena. The action is televised live across Spain at breakfast time. San Fermin is probably the most famous Spanish fiesta, immortalised by Ernest Hemingway in The Sun Also Rises. For the rest of the year Pamplona is less busy but no less attractive, a formidable fortress town and capital of Navarre. It's a fascinating and atmospheric destination even for visitors with no interest in bulls. Online accommodation specialist has partnered with a diverse range of great Pamplona hotels to offer visitors the best value rooms whatever their budget or requirements. Booking Pamplona accommodation in advance at leaves more time to practice your bull-dodging technique.

What's Pamplona Like?

San Fermin is a manic and unforgettable festival with over a million visitors and plenty of wine and partying to accompany those hair-raising bull runs. Outside of fiesta time Pamplona is more staid and dignified, but with a relaxed and welcoming air. The Plaza del Castillo is the heart of the old town and thronged with cafes and bars. The Gothic cathedral features an interesting interior and elegant cloisters. The Navarre museum, housed in an elegant hospital, features illuminating exhibits from the eventful history of the region, some interesting mosaics and works by Goya. The old town has countless attractive medieval buildings and churches and it's a pleasure to stroll around in late afternoon soaking up the atmosphere. It's possible to walk up to the ruined citadel and follow paths along the route of the city walls. Booking Pamplona hotels allows a leisurely exploration of this part of Navarre.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Pamplona

San Fermin has a lengthy list of rules and etiquette that you should absorb before attempting to run with the bulls, not to mention plenty of safety precautions. Otherwise the fiesta seems to be a week-long celebration of excess. Stay fortified with regular sampling of pintxos, the Basque equivalent of tapas. These are usually bread topped with colourful combinations of meat, fish or vegetables. Keep tally by counting your cocktail sticks when you pay the bill. has expertise in providing all the information required to make an informed decision about Pamplona hotels. The site features certified reviews from previous guests alongside sample room descriptions and multiple photos to give a firm idea about what to expect from your Pamplona accommodation.