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Café Bar Gaucho

Café Bar Gaucho (Calle Espoz y Mina 7, Pamplona) – this restaurant is a hit for anyone who likes pintxos (bite-size appetizers similar to tapas). This place gives off a lively atmosphere with a wraparound bar, Spanish-tile floor, walls peppered with culinary awards and to-die-for bites. First-time diners are advised to order the salmon and […]

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Bar Mô

Bar Mô (Calle Espoz y Mina 11, Pamplona) – this restaurant & bar, located within an popular dining strip, is known for its amazing pinchos, such as the “USB marino” (grilled scallop with asparagus, crude mushrooms and vegetables), food served in little bath tub-like bowls, egg cartons and all kinds of interesting containers where you […]

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Asador Ikatza

Asador Ikatza (Calle Abejeras 43, Pamplona) – this restaurant, located within walking distance of sites like the Museum at the University of Navarre, serves well-rated meals, such as grilled lamb and fish, and Pamplona specialty sausages, as well as fine local wines.

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Anttonenea

Anttonenea (Calle de San Antón 48, Pamplona) – located in the heart of the old city, this restaurant is known for its t-bone steak and other grilled meats. Seafood items such as the prawn carpaccio and grilled monkfish. Travelers on sites like TripAdvisor.com have consistently said the meals here are of Michelin star quality.

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Alhambra

Alhambra (Calle de Francisco Bergamín 7, Pamplona) – this is one of Pamplona’s better-established restaurants (going as far back as World War II), and is know both for its haute cuisine, as well as for its selection of fine wines.

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Plaza del Castillo

Plaza del Castillo (Pamplona) — This is the main square in the city. It is surrounded by arches and 17th and 18th century buildings. It is located between the old part of Pamplona and the modern part.

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Palacio Real / Archivo General de Navarra

Palacio Real / Archivo General de Navarra (Calle Dos de Mayo, Pamplona): ubicado en la parte antigua, data de 1190 (construido por Sancho VI el Sabio). Durante la Edad Media fue utilizada como residencia por reyes y obispos (Carlos II, Felipe III, José Bonaparte). Hasta 1972, el Palacio fue utilizado como cuartel general militar.

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Palacio de Navarra / Diputación

Palacio de Navarra / Diputación (Av. Carlos III, 1/Plaza del Castillo, Pamplona) – this Neoclassic palace dates back to the middle of the 19th century. It is now the headquarters for the Navarran government. The altarpiece in the chapel and the gardens are interesting. It also has a painting of Fernando VII by Goya, and […]

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Palacio del Condestable

Palacio del Condestable (Calle Mayor 2, Pamplona) — at the end of the 18th century it came into the hands of the Duke of Alba. Previously it had been used as a headquarters by archbishops and the town hall. It has now been restored and given special cultural recognition and is currently used as a […]

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Museo de Navarra

Museo de Navarra (Calle Santo Domingo 47, Pamplona) – located within a one-time hospital (Hospital de Nuestra Señora De la Misericordia), it has 7,700 m2 of exhibitions and conference rooms. Some of its furniture from Navarra dates back to 1910. It also has an art gallery consisting of paintings, sculptures etc…which are chronologically presented over […]