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We could only see the outside. The best idea of how it used to be was in the Navarre archive building where someone has made a beautiful wooden plan of the city in 1900. The fortress was then surrounded by water and an active point...More
It seems to be section off so you can’t really get to close to it. It’s hard to make out what it really is. You can’t miss it if you’re anywhere near the park. Im not sure if it’s being fixed or if it’s always...More
Pamplona is a wonderful wall city and it is a great place to walk. Its parks are amazing, unfortunately because of the preparations for the running of the bulls, the parks were all fenced in There's a fort that shows videos of the walled city...More
Buried within the city buildings is a "fort" of truly impressive proportions, which overall creates a great area covered in green withing the city. The walls are about 20 meters tall. Quite a the view.
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I would recommend that you spend a couple of days driving around La Rioja and don't miss the many wineyards around that area, especially The Marques de Riscal in Elciego. Also, I would definitively recommend that from... More
I would recommend that you spend a couple of days driving around La Rioja and don't miss the many wineyards around that area, especially The Marques de Riscal in Elciego. Also, I would definitively recommend that from pamplona you drive to bilbao, go along the coast to san sebastian (you would need more than a day to do so, so I recommend you spend one day in Bilbao) and from there you drive trough the coast to all the french basque country to end in san juan de luz, one of the most beautiful places I've seen. From there you could drive to cataluna etc.
If you plan to do it to end in portugal, you should then do Cantabria, Asturias and definitively go to Portugal trought galicia. Hope this helps!