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The Chartered Community of Navarre, or simply Navarre, is a region in Northern Spain. The autonomous community is bordered by three others: the Basque Country, La Rioja, and Aragon, as well as southern France's Aquitaine. Navarre covers just about 10,000 square kilometres, but comprises of the vastly different Pyrenees in the north and the plains of the Ebro valley in the south. The capital city is Pamplona, made famous by Ernest Hemingway in his 1926 novel The Sun Also Rises. Tudela is the second largest city. These two are the only significant urban areas in Navarre.

What to see & do

San Fermín Festival - Pamplona is famous for the festival of San Fermín, held annually from July 6 to July 14. The week-long celebration known locally as Sanfermines is held in honour of Saint Fermina, and involves several traditional and folkloric events. The most famous event in the San Fermín Festival is the Running of the Bulls; it entails releasing a small group of bulls on a course of sectioned-off streets and running in front of the large creatures.

Camino de Santiago - Pamplona is the first main city on the Camino de Santiago, otherwise known as St. James's Path, St. James's Trail, Way of St. James, Road to Santiago, and Route of Santiago de Compostela. It is a pilgrimage route to the shrine of the apostle, St. James the Great, in the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela in Galicia, Spain.

Cathedral of Royal Saint Mary - The Pamplona Cathedral was where the medieval kings of Navarre were crowned and where some were even buried. It also contains the Diocesan Museum, in the former canons' rooms. It displays religious art not only from the Pamplona Cathedral but also from other Navarrese churches. The objects include sculptures, paintings, and 13th to 18th century goldsmith and silversmith.

Bardenas Reales - Covering approximately 42,000 hectares in southeast Navarre is a semi-desert natural region. The soils in the area are made up of clay, chalk, and sandstone, and with the help of water and wind have created unique shapes structures, plateaus, and isolated hills that make a very interesting landscape. Tourists who wish to explore Bardenas Reales can use Tudela as a starting point.

How to get around within Navarre

Pamplona has a beautiful medieval city centre and contains many of the region's tourist attractions. It is possible to get around the city, at least to most of the tourist spots, just by walking the streets. If you wish to explore further outside of the city centre, you can rent a car at the airport in Pamplona. Pamplona and Tudela are linked by a highway, but if you don't want to hire a car, you can take the train or a bus to Tudela instead.

How to get there

Pamplona Airport is the only airport in Navarre. It is located 3.7 miles from the city centre, between Noáin and Esquiroz. Iberia operates regularly to and from Madrid, with seasonal flights to and from Palma, Spain. Air Europa and Vueling also have seasonal flights from Menorca and Barcelona, respectively. Additionally, Bilbao Airport from the Basque Country also serves Navarre, and has connections to international cities such as Paris, Brussels, Dusseldorf, and Istanbul.

Flights to Navarre

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