Pamplona Travel Tips

Category: Eat, Drink and Dance

Pamplona Travel Tips - Eating Well in Pamplona During the Running of the Bulls Eating Well in Pamplona During the Running of the Bulls
December 10, 2012

One of the most common question that people from US ask me when I meet them is, “What do you miss most from Spain?” My answer, after family and friends, is easy, THE SPANISH FOOD! Spaniards love good food. We expect to have a variety of fresh and quality food. Since very young age we see how important food is in our lives. In Spain we like long meals followed by a long conversation in good company. The perfect meal includes many types of food and, of course, the finishing touch at the end, good wine. Where do I begin with everything Pamplona has to offer? With the world class food, the year-round cultural events, for example, seafood art, during … read more

Yummy Yummy!
October 27, 2011

One thing Spain is known for is its incredible food. 

 Spain has several common local dishes, and each area in the country has its own specialties.

 Navarra, offers some of the best food in the country!! Our food is known for fresh and quality products. Fresh products cooked with love and shared with great company, make our food unforgettable. 
When I was a child, I remember helping my grandmother Manoli, prepare a special meal for San Fermín Day (July 7). Each year on that day, our family, celebrate the holiday with a special family meal. Like most other people, as a child I knew my grandmother was the best cook in the world. I was her little sous chef … read more

Pamplona Travel Tips - Dancing in Pamplona, are you ready? Let’s dance in Pamplona!!
October 12, 2011

Have you tasted a Kalimotxo? The Kalimotxo is a characteristic drink of the area, a mixed drink made with red wine and coke. Yes. Red wine & coke. It may sound foreign and some hate it, others love it, but you can’t come to Pamplona and not give it a try…. During San Fermín Festival, the bars are open 24 hours a day, and you could try this drink at any of them at any time of the day. Below I’ve provided detail about some of my favourite bars. During San Fermin, many of the restaurants remove their tables and transform their space into a bar to meet the demand during the festival. Current and traditional SanFermin songs are played … read more