Running of the Bulls

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Running of the Bulls


Round Trip Airfare to Pamplona
4 Nights Hotel Accommodation
Daily at hotel
VIP Balcony to watch the running of the bulls
Transportation to the event
Breakfast/Coffee/Pastries with VIP balcony
Local Pamplona Guide
Airport Transfers
All Taxes and Fees

* Packages can be customized as long as they fall within the festival dates.
** We can provide airfare from anywhere in the world.
*** Bull fight tickets and city tours also available.

The Facts:

The running of the bulls is one of the world's most famous and wildest events. It is held every July in northeastern Spain in the small city of Pamplona. It is known as the festival of "San Fermin" - the local patron saint of the city and it is Spain's largest festival drawing over one million people yearly and is a nationally televised event.

The festival involves the practice of running in front of live wild bulls that have been let loose on a half mile course of a sectioned-off subset of the town's streets. The Running of the Bulls is a celebration of Spanish tradition, bravado, and simply one HELL of a party!

Flight time: 8 hours from New York, 1 hour from London, 17 hours from Sydney.
Main Airports: Pamplona Airport (PNA) or Bilbao Airport (BIO) which is a two hour drive.
The city is also well connected via trains/buses.
When to go: During July's Festival (6 to 17th) or year round although the town is very sleepy all year long.
Weather - Warm in summer days, cool at night
Currenty - Euro (1.5 USD = 1 Euro, 1 Pound = 1.1 Euro)
Population : 300,000
Toursit Attractions: World Famous San Fermin Festival, old city center.

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