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I like this shot because it represents the sense of everyone of all ages having a good time, with folks drinking, eating, and generally cavorting in the Medieval streets of the old town section of Pamplona.
Written Dec 16, 2012
The nightlife of Pamplona is relentless and never stops.....you will wear out before the party does!
Dress Code: None really, but wear the white pants & shirt with red bandana & belt to get into the spirit!
Vive San Fermin!
Written Nov 7, 2005
The O'Connell Bar in Pamplona is worth knowing. It is at the end of Paseo Sarasate close by to the stage is so you are next to live music. Of course, you can grab a beer at the bar. There is rock and roll playing and dancing and swaying and downstairs there is an easy access Loo.
Written Jan 2, 2005
This shot is pretty typical of when one of the local bands sets up shop on one of the steps and starts playing. The impromptu dancing in the streets just starts. Note the careful balance while holding on to their respective drinks This goes on all night long.
Dress Code: Right!!!!
Written Dec 19, 2004
Address: old town
Every night during the San Fermin Festival at around 23:00, the City of Pamplona puts on a huge fireworks display. For best effect of sight and sound, head to the new bus station.
Updated Jan 15, 2009
OK, so the picture is not at night, but I will drink at any place in Spain that serves beer and is named after an American gangster from the 30's.
Written Aug 12, 2007
Address: Just down from the bull ring
1 Review and 32 Opinions This is probably the top of the line when it comes to hotels in Pamplona. The least expensive room...
2 Reviews and 56 Opinions Every July, we stay hear during the Festival of San Fermin. Centrally located but quiet, and in the...
1 Review and 21 Opinions I thought this place was very good for a three star hotel. Relatively new, the rooms were nice, and...