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Guided visit to Pamplona

Have you ever heard about Pamplona? It is famous for The Way to St James, for its Running of the Bulls made famous by Ernest Hemingway… But it has far more to offer you.

Would you like to know one of the coziest cities of Spain? We want to make you fall in love with this lovely city.

The Running of the Bulls, the main squares and monuments, some of the most impresive buildings of the city… you will visit this and more in our guided tours in Pamplona.

A 2 hours walking tour, with a guide who will make his best to offer you a funny time while you learn about our local history.

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Guided tour in Pamplona

¿Quieres conocer Pamplona?

Nuestras visitas guiadas a Pamplona, son en grupos pequeños y muy entretenidas. Reserva ya tu plaza para visitar Pamplona con nosotros, con TripNavarra Excursiones y Visitas Guiadas.


Do you want to visit Pamplona?

Our guided tours to visit Pamplona will offer you a global understanding of our city, learning about history, culture and traditions such as Running of the Bulls.

Qué hacer en Pamplona este sábado?

Pensando sobre qué hacer o qué visitar en Pamplona o en Navarra?

Si no tienes plan para este Sábado día 7 o nos estás visitando como turista y quieres disfrutar de un día lleno de actividades, este sábado se celebra en el centro de Pamplona (Navarra) por sexta vez, el Barrio de los Artistas, con un centenar de actividades, gratuitas y públicas; como exhibiciones, conciertos, espectáculos de clown… que se repartirán por todo el casco viejo de la ciudad.

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If you plan to visit Pamplona or Navarra this weekend, and you are looking for activities to enjoy in the city, you are lucky. This saturday there is a festival in the old town that will fill the old city of Pamplona with many activities and exhibitions.
Come and enjoy Pamplona and Navarra.

Olentzero is coming

In Navarra, as in other places of the world, December 24 night children await Santa Claus. But here, we have another “person” to visit us this night, he is called “Olentzero”.

This is a very old tradition, since before Christianism arrived to here, and although this tradition has suffered some evolution. It was a celebration for Winter Solstice, and with it the reborn of Nature and Sun. In fact, after Olentzero’s Parade, he used to be burnt as a representation of leave behind the past and be ready for the future. But with Christianism’s arrival, it was adapted as a messenger of Jesus birth.

Olentzero is a person who lives in the forests, doing vegetable charcoal in his lonely life in the mountains. He loves eating and drinking, and usually smokes a pipe, as we understand by his song (at the bottom).

Each Christmas, he descends into the village,  bringing presents for the good guys and charcoal for those with no such good behaviour.


Merry Christmas!!!!



Olentzero song

Olentzero joan zaigu
mendira lanera
ikatz egitera.
Aditu duenean
Jesus jaio dela
lasterka etorri da
berri ona ematera.


Horra! Horra!
Gure Olentzero!
Pipa hortzetan duela
eserita dago
kapoiak ere baditu
bihar meriendatzeko
botila ardoakin.
Olentzero buruhandia
entendimentuz jantzia
bart arratsian edan omen du
bost arruako sagia
ai urde tripahaundia

la,lara,lara ai urde tripahaundia



Olentzero’s gone to mountain for working,
with the intention of making charkcoal,
and as he heard Jesus is born
he get back running for telling the new.
Look at him!
There’s our Olentzero,
sitting with his smoking pipe;
he also has fowl and eggs for tea
with a bottle of wine tomorrow.


Olentzero is a big headed,
but he has understanding,
last night he drank a ten pounds wineskin.
Oh, you dirty fat belly man,
Oh, you dirty fat belly man,


Sept. 22nd, Cider day in Lekunberri

There will be a craft and food fair with a varied range. Also begin to uncork the bottles for tasting cider.
At noon there will be a demonstration of kirikoketa, a playful way to do the hard work of crushed apple.  Once broken the apple hitting by a club, will be passed to the press. Although cider juice must stay for 3 or 4 months for fermentation, tomorrow you can taste this apple juice.

On the other hand, in the morning can be seen over a dozen apple varieties Navarra and Gipuzkoa.

Artikutza, in Navarra, but belongs to San Sebastian

This heat invites us to stroll through chilly places like Artikutza, which is one of the rainiest places of the peninsula with over 2000 mm per year. And as you have maybe heard, this reservoir belongs to San Sebastian (not Gipuzkoa), who bought it in 1919 for 3,200,000 pesetas in order to supply water to the growing San Sebastián-Donostia.

But did you know there are two other reservoirs in Navarre, whose water is destined to the same end?

They are Añarbe and San Anton, both with more capacity than Artikutza and very close to it.