Capital of Navarre and the largest and most remarkable city in the province, known for its famous festival of San Fermínes. But Pamplona has many to offer, such as its beautiful Casco Viejo or its spectacular citadel park.
Here are the main reasons why Pamplona wins over its visitors, places that are truly special.
Considered the most complete cathedral complex preserved in Spain, the Cathedral's 14th-century neoclassical façade will not leave you indifferent. Inside you can contemplate Gothic-style treasures such as the sacristy, the choir stalls, the chapels, the choir, the royal tombs of Charles III and above all the magnificent cloister, considered one of the best in Europe.
Discover the Renaissance fortification in the shape of a pentagon, a 280,000m2 space with public places for leisure, sport and culture, as well as fortifications, smaller buildings and moats. The Citadel, Pamplona's urban landmark, is also considered to be the best example of Spanish Renaissance military architecture and one of the most outstanding defensive complexes in Europe.