Discover the best that Pamplona has to offer with exclusive Running of the Bulls 2020 travel packages that feature accommodations, prime balcony spots to watch the world-famous bull run, Pamplona bullfight tickets, gourmet dinners, walking tours and exciting VIP events.
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Opening Ceremonies Packages
Every July 6th, the San Fermin Fiestas kick off with blazing rockets, champagne and a hoard of rowdy party-goers at Pamplona’s Town Hall Square. Experience the passion, the excitement and the revelry of the Opening Ceremony with our signature package.
Mid Fiesta Packages
Can’t make it for the opening ceremonies? Our Mid Fiesta packages deliver plenty of fun and access to the fiesta’s most thrilling activities and events. These deals feature some of the best vantage points to watch El Encierro (the bull run) and tickets to the evening bullfights.
Closing Ceremonies Packages
Enjoy first-rate accommodations and San Fermin’s Pobre de Mi Closing Ceremonies that signal the end to the world’s largest party. These packages feature exclusive balcony spots, bullfight tickets and much more!
Where is the Running of the Bulls?
The Running of the Bulls takes place in Pamplona’s Old Quarter, along winding, cobbled streets that barely span a half mile in length. The morning bull runs are the primary attraction of the 9-day festival that literally takes over the entire city of Pamplona. Private balconies are without question the best spot for watching the bull runs, which take place every morning at precisely 8 AM. The bull run route begins on Santo Domingo street and ends at the bullfighting stadium, known as the Plaza de Toros.
Pamplona Bull Run Festivities
The bull run festivities are in full swing every year from July 6 to July 14 as the city of Pamplona swells with more than 1 million visitors. Between the early morning bull runs and evening bull fights, the festival is packed with musical performances, street parties, rural sporting competitions, parades, pyrotechnic displays and traditional events that appeal to the young and young-at-heart.
San Fermin Festival
Known locally as Sanfermines, the San Fermin Festival promises heart-thumping action, non-stop music, and plenty of warm Spanish hospitality. It is arguably one of the largest, most famous and well-attended festivals in the world – one that gained notoriety with Hemingway’s classic novel, The Sun Also Rises. Once a religious celebration, San Fermin has evolved into an international spectacle, filled with traditional tournaments, music, trade fairs, and of course, the adrenaline-pumping bull runs and bullfights.