PAMPLONA PART 2

Hello my lovely readers πŸ™‚ How’s everything going?

Today I want to share with you the rest of the pictures that I took while I was in Pamplona and tell you a little bit about them. So when I arrived to Pamplona the first thing I did in the morning is to go to the ciudadela park. Which is a park that has an amazing Renaissance fortification in it. Since I arrived quite early to Pamplona the park was really peaceful and quiet so I had a walk around it, it was a great way to start the day.

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This picture from below it’s not mine, I took it from google images so you could see how impressive the fortification is

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Then I went to the Castillo square which is a beautiful square on the centre of Pamplona full of life, cafes… Most of the buildings are vintage like the kiosk in the middle and the beautiful colourful houses surrounding it.

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In the image below you can see the casino and the IruΓ±a cafe, this cafe is quite famous. Hemingway used to go there a lot and there is a statue of him on the inside of the cafΓ©. Anyway they let me take a picture of the inside and you can see how beautiful it is because they maintain the same decoration since the nineteenth century.

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The hotel in the picture is famous because Hemingway used to stay in it whenever he came to Pamplona.

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Then we visited the cathedral and next to the cathedral there is a lookout with beautiful views of the city. By the way if you want to have something to eat, next to the cathedral there are different bars with really nice “pinchos” or “tapas”.

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Have you ever been in Pamplona? Where are you planning to this Summer?

xoxo Darly

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39 thoughts on “PAMPLONA PART 2

  1. Beautiful pictures Darly! 😊

    I’ve been to Pamplona and really like this Spanish city. Although I must admit I’m not a fan of the Bull Running… it’s truly sad for these animals and there’s always bloodshed; but I understand it’s part of their heritage.

    Hope you’ve enjoyed the festivities of San Fermines!

    MiriπŸ’‹

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    • there are spanish people that understand the “bulls” as a part of their culture and others doensΒ΄t accept it. in my point of view, the bullsrunning is correct, the bulls doesnΒ΄t feel any pain, but the “corridas” are different, enter in the discussion of if the “corridas” are ethical or no, is a more complicated thing.

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  2. Hello, your post awoke quite some good memories. There is one of the path of the Santiago pilgrimage passing through Pamplona. I remember passing close to some pictures you took with my backpack and my guitar on my way to Santiago. A great human adventure. Thanks for the little sparkle of life in my head as I read your post.

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