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country: Spain
region: Navarra
province: Navarra
area: Pamplona
city: Pamplona
district: Pamplona/iruÑa

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Pamplona area in Spain

The economic activity of the basin of Pamplona region

Location: Basin of Pamplona region is situated in the Centre of the autonomous community of Navarre and is the area in which the capital is located. It is a large Valley surrounded by different sierras and mountains that protect the municipalities that are in this part of the region.

Municipalities: Formed by 28 municipalities, the most important is Pamplona where the majority of economic activity moves. The economic activity of the region is focused on the services sector and a good part in tourism coming to the capital.

What to see? In the basin of Pamplona has many monuments at your fingertips that make reference to the important past of Navarre. So for example you can visit such as the Cathedral of Santa Maria and San Saturnino Church. The Festival of San Fermin in July is one of the moments of the region.

What to eat? The region of the basin of Pamplona as well as Navarra are places with very good food for the richness of its indigenous recipes. The tapas are the most common dishes can be found in the bars in the area.

Where to stay? In Pamplona, you won't have any problems to stay in any of the establishments that operate throughout the year. In San Fermin will be harder to find a hole to sleep so it is recommended.

How to get? The region of the basin of Pamplona can be reached by train or via the city's airport. It has several motorways access and numerous roads that join the surrounding villages.

Navarra province in Spain

The green color of the landscape of Navarre

Location: Navarra is located to the North of the Iberian peninsula and one of the regions that are composed of only one province. The capital is Pamplona and north has border with France through the Pyrenees.

Municipalities: Composed of some 250 municipalities, among which the main is the capital that concentrates on the activity of the region. During the winter are often give very low temperatures and enough rainfall, while in spring and summer, they tend to be warm temperatures.

What to see? Full of green landscape is the main postcard which will be of the Navarra. It has large meadows and forests of great natural value that make the region a place with long tradition of hiking and mountaineering.

What to eat? In Navarra gastronomy is a very important aspect in the daily life of the inhabitants. It has lots of vegetables and vegetables of high quality that attracts many curious.

Where to stay? You can stay at many of the hotels and bed and breakfast that is in each one of the largest municipalities. The small supply is more limited.

How to get? Navarra can be reached through the Pamplona airport which has daily flights to other points of the peninsula. Also the second means of transport is the car even though it has the options of the bus and the train.

Navarra region in Spain

Good food and beautiful areas in the autonomous region of Navarre

Location: The autonomous region of Navarra is situated to the North of the Iberian peninsula and borders other communities such as the Basque country, La Rioja and Aragon, while its northern part is the border of France.

Municipalities: Is composed of 272 people, of which the most important is the city of Pamplona and nearby areas that have the most population. The climate in Navarra is different to the North where it is more humid and in other parts of the region are average temperatures.

What to see? It has enough options to fill your holiday agenda. In the autonomous community you will find large green areas with a high quality by its uniqueness, mountains ideal for sports such as hiking or mountain climbing. Civil and religious monuments are clear examples of many artistic currents.

What to eat? It has the most unique cuisines of the Iberian peninsula and has a fairly extensive list of unique products of the region. Vegetables are the stars of the dish.

Where to stay? In large urban centers has many options for the large number of visitors who arrive. Within the smaller municipalities offer is smaller.

How to get? Pamplona airport has several daily flights every day to different parts of the Iberian peninsula. It has expressways and highways in very good condition and connected to the regional roads. Buses and trains are the other possibilities.