Navarre

Pamplona, Spain is the birthplace of Basque culture. It is also one of the most visited places in the Basque world. What it is probably most famous for globally is the Running of the Bulls. Don't let that fool you. There is so much more to see and do in Pamplona than just take. Here are the very best things to do in Pamplona, Spain....

The walls of Pamplona are incredible. They very well may be the most impressive feat of ancient fortification outside of the Great Wall of China. At a length of over five kilometers the walls protect the old city of Pamplona. Passing through the gates is like passing through the wardrobe into Narnia.

The Taconera Gardens in Pamplona is one of the most peaceful places to spend some time, while in Navarre. This place of tranquility has beautiful flowers, birds in choir and perfectly choreographed pathways that play tour guide. Enchanting guests since its conception in 1830, these gardens continue to romance visitors. Come and immerse yourself in...

Etxauri has a lot to be desired. It's a small town with a vibrant community feel. It has a nice park in the middle of the town, a fronton court, a stylish playground to go along with the medieval towers that have been turned into homes. Nearby are cliffs for rock climbing and hiking, public pools next to the river,...

If you're looking for history, culture, food, and a good time, you'll find it here. Pamplona's historic plaza may have been around for centuries but it is far from getting old. This large square sits on artifacts, is named after a castle and was once used for bullfighting. When you're in Pamplona, Plaza del Castillo is the place to be. ...

Pamplona is a city with many beautiful parks and plazas. However, there is one park that stands apart from the others. This park is the only one that was designed in a Japanese fashion. The only park with a planetarium, large open spaces, a Japanese botanical garden and more. Yamaguchi Park is definitely worth experiencing.

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