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Can I take children?

The San Fermin Festival is a family event as you can tell by all the strollers and child-friendly events which are found into the late hours. Spanish take out the whole clan so that elderly and young mix in the streets even past midnight. Outgoing aficionados and youngsters are generally respectful of anyone who doesn’t want to be bathed in sangria. Clean clothing and a serious expression keep them at bay unless you dive into the street with all the night clubs.

Giants Parade. The Giant’s Parade was created by the end in the mid of the 19th century and involves four big giant pairs of kings and queens dancing through the streets. They represent the world’s continents as they were seen in the 19th century. The Giant Parade takes place daily.

On children’s day there are lots of shows and playgrounds for the young

Fairgrounds just outside the old city offer lots of rides and other amusements

The Fire Bull that runs through the streets each nights, sparkling with firecrackers is a sight for anyone

The bullfights are very bloody and the audience on the Sun side is quite rambunctious so you may want to take only adolescents or find a babysitter to keep them while you go.

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