Pamplona Travel Guide
Pamplona Local History
Pamplona Parks & Gardens
Paseo de la Media Luna - This beautiful wooded area is a peaceful place where you can wander among the ponds and trees, or gaze over the Arga River, and the market gardens across the way.
Pamplona Restaurants and Bars
Restaurant Sarasate - San Nicolas 19-21, Located in the old quarter of town, this vegetarian restaurant is the house where Pablo Sarasate was born. The warm atmosphere makes a meal taken here a pleasant experience. (French and English is spoken here.)
La Trattoria - Avda Pio XII, 24, Alessandro and Maximiliano issue a warm invitation to join them at their Trattoria to enjoy the wonder of Italian cuisine. And, if you appreciate good cooking, that has the heart and soul of Italy in every morsel, you would do well to accept.
Restaurant Italiano La Mamma - Monasterio de la Oliva, The marvellous traditional Italian dishes on the menu at this restaurant include homemade pizzas and pastas, as well as some absolutely divine homemade Italian desserts.
El Retaco - Esquiroz, 5, Enchiladas, chilaquiles, tacos, are only a few of the Mexican dishes on offer at this restaurant. Emilia and Jesus reckon theirs is the best Mexican restaurant in town, and most of their customers reckon they could be right.
Pamplona Bars & Clubs
Marengo - Ave Bayona 2, This huge enclave is the most popular club in town. The crowd of 20 and 30-somethings boogie down till dawn, but only if they have passed the strict dress code, which is enforced by the diligent doormen.
O'Connor's Irish Pub - Paseo Sarasate, located in the old part of town, this is where homesick 'Paddy's' remember their green home across the sea, while eyeing the lovely ladies of Spain over pints of Guiness, and Irish ballads play in the background.
Reverendos - Monasterio de Velate 5, this is another one for the twenty to thirty crowd come to let off steam and grab some late-night action. The cover charge at this popular disco is 6, which includes the price of a drink.
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