Tips & Tricks
Centro Comercial La Morea (Barrio La Morea, Cordovilla, Navarra) — after its opening in 2002, La Morea (the Pamplona area’s main shopping mall) has become a very attractive spot for shopping with the best brands in fashion, accessories, sports and other services that are available for customers in an area of overlapping architecture with natural […]
The city of Pamplona, Spain is located in the province of Navarra (which was a one-time kingdom unto itself). While Navarra (including Pamplona) was free of the Moorish occupation that Spain’s southern provinces endured before and during portions of the Middle Ages, periodic battles for control of Pamplona took place (including Sancho III – the […]
Abaco (Centro Huarte Arte Contemporáneo, Calle Zubiarte, S/N, 31620 Huarte, Pamplona) – located in the city’s university district, this is a trendy ultra-modern-looking restaurant which serves various local dishes and tapas. Great for both business lunches and casual gatherings among friends. Interestingly, this restaurant has previously won awards for the city’s best pinchos (appetizer-size dishes).
Casa Consistorial (City Hall) — King Charles III ordered the construction of the city hall in 1423. It was built in the center of the town where the three neighborhoods of the three ethnic groups met so that it could act as a symbol of peace. Since then, the seat of municipal government has been […]
Cámara de Comptos (Calle Florencio Ansoleaga 10, Pamplona) — this is a 13th century medieval palace which between 1525 and 1836 was used as an auditor’s office for the Navarran kingdom. From 1941 to 1994, the building was the site of Príncipe de Viana Institution. From 1995, it went back to being the site of […]
Aché Pa Ti (Travesía Monasterio de Belate 4, Pamplona) – this is a popular Latin club, which plays Salsa, Merengue, Bachata, and Reggaeton. It occasionally books such acts from Cuba, Dominican Republic, and other Latin countries.