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Festa di San Fermín 2010 (Pamplona): dal 6 al 14 luglio 2010

La Festa di San Fermín si celebra ogni anno a Pamplona dal 6 al 14 luglio.
È una festa famosa in tutto il mondo per le celebri corse con i tori e richiama migliaia di turisti, alcuni dei quali così audaci da avere il coraggio di correre davanti ai tori per la prima volta.

Le tradizionali corse (encierros) cominciarono ad essere celebrate a Pamplona quando si conducevano i tori da combattimento alla piazza principale, dove si esibiva il torero. In quell'occasione, alcuni giovani correvano davanti ai tori per sentire l'adrenalina del pericolo. Quest'usanza è arrivata fino ai nostri giorni con la sola differenza che il numero degli audaci corridori che sfidano i tori è aumentato notevolmente.
Le corse, che percorrono le strade del centro storico della città di Pamplona, durano 2 o 3 minuti, salvo incidenti, e portano il nome della città i tutti i giornali e le televisioni del mondo.
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La festa di San Fermín, che cominciò come una fiera commerciale nel XIII secolo, si è trasformata in una settimana di euforia e di allegria, con la gente vestita con i tradizionali abiti bianchi e con il fazzoletto rosso in testa. I festeggiamenti durano 24 ore, dalle feste della notte alle corse dei tori alle otto di mattina e tutti sono invitati a partecipare.
Calendario date della Festa di San Fermín: 6 - 14 luglio
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Navarre Travel Guide
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Pamplona City Hall

Pamplona City Hall

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First of the kingdoms of Spain, and almost the only one in Europe not created by germanic warriors, it has many interesting historic towns.

Its kings had great influence on Spain and France.

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Pamplona is the provincial capital of Navarra. The population is approx. 190.000 people. It sits under the shadow of the Pyrennes, about 50 kilometers south of the mountain range, on its west side. If it were not for its famous San Fermin Festival, it would not particularly attract anyone's attention. There are lots of interesting places to visit around the province - Navarra is particularly rich in Romanesque churches and art. If you are in the region do not forget to try the famous cuisine of Navarra and do not hesitate to taste the good red vine. Keep in mind that Iruñea is the name for Pamplona in Euskera-Basque Language.

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Pamplona is a city made for walking. Its layout and size, its numerous parks and gardens and its hidden corners full of charm and history mean that the best way to discover it is on foot.

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Fort of San Bartolomé
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La Taconera Park
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In this park you can see dry moats deer, swans, dwarf goats, peacocks and other animal species.
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Palace of Navarra
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This is the seat of the foral government, of neoclassical style and built in 1847. Opposite the Palace, occupying on end of the Paseo is the Monument to Los Fueros, the work of the artist Manual Martínez de Ubago, which was built on 1903 and paid for by donations of the people.
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Mesón del Caballo Blanco
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In the highest part of the old city is the 'Mesón del Caballo Blanco'('The White Horse Hotel'), a lovely palace dedicated to the hotel trade which preserves the 'Cruz de Mentidero' (the 'Mentidero Cross', 1500 A.D.) and which is surrounded by the walled bulwark of Redín, a vantage point from where you can find very good views over the river, the outlying districts and the surroundings of the city.
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Paseo de la Media Luna
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The Paseo de la Media Luna is a wooded area situated by the old walls, with numerous ponds and where the monument to the violinist Pablo Sarasate stands. It is a very quiet place, surrounded by a railing from which you can see and admire the river Arga and the orchards and market gardens .
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By train
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There are comfortable journies by train from Madrid (Chamartín Station)and Barcelona. During the San Fermin Festival the trains tend to be booked up so it is advisable to make a booking as early as possible. The railway station in Pamplona is situated outside the city. But there is a good local bus service every ten minutes or so to the city centre as well as a taxi service. There is a train ticket office in Pamplona city centre (RENFE - Estella Street, -8) Tfl.- 948-227282 where you can get both information and make bookings. The Train Station number: 902 240202 more..
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By air
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It´s possible to take direct plane flights to Pamplona. There are daily flights from Madrid and Barcelona. There are no direct flights from abroad. If you are in The French State, you can take a plane to Biarritz and hire a car for the rest of the way if you don´t have someone to meet you there. Public transport between the two cities is awkward and difficult.
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By car
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Pamplona is very well connected by road. The whole journey from Madrid to Pamplona takes about four hours. (About 400 kms.) If you come from Barcelona take the motorway A-2 as far as Tudela and then switching to the A-15 straight to Pamplona. Alternatively you can go via the capital of Aragon, Zaragoza. If you take your car to the San Fermin Festival it is important to know what parking space is available and what special traffic restrictions apply more..
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Museum of Navarra
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A wonderful museum created from a practicing hospital from the 16th century to 1932. Connected to a church built in 1540, the building itself has a lot of history. Most noteworthy in its collections are its 2 outstanding flemish paintings on copper, the 12 paintings of genesis, a group of small ivory chests, and a painting by Goya entitled the Marquis of San Adrian. Also worth mentioning is its great collection of pieces from the iron age, and a strong infuence of roman pieces.
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tel: 848-42-64-92
openingHours: Week days: 10:00 AM-2:00 PM and 5:00PM-7:00PM, closed Mondays, holidays: 11:00AM-2:00PM
url: www.cfnavarra.es
address: Vuesta de Santo Domingo s/n 31001 Pamplona
email: museo@cfnavarra.es

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Pamplona is simply a fantastic place to hang out in....not only during the San Fermin fiesta.
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Tres Reyes Hotel Jardines de la Taconera Pamplona, Spain
1-800-359-4827
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Camping Caravaning Lizarra Pamplona / Estella
0034/948/551733
Camping Ezcaba Pamplona / Eusa
0034/948/330315