busto de cuatro metros en la plaza del castillo de Pamplona. El busto es de uno de los personajes de la casa de papel con la careta de plástico de Gaudí y capucha roja.

Photo. Mikel Lasa

Fiesta in La Casa de Papel

Surprise in the final season of «La casa de papel» which is already succeeding on Netflix as we discover how one of the members of the band chooses “Pamplona” (Ahikar Azcona) as the name, and makes a defense of the full Sanfermin party of passion: «You haven’t been to Pamplona? The most brutal festival in the world is celebrated there: Sanfermines. Even the Japanese come to run in front of the bulls. Hemingway wrote a novel. It is studied in American universities. Do you know what it is called? It’s called FIESTA…

book your balconies Here, says a Blue Bull from Kukuxumusu

encierro de Authi, Pamplona 1972 Cuesta de Santo Domingo

Authi Cars.


Bullrun with Morris & MG

Imagen desde arriba de Santo Domingo con toda la manda acercándose hacia la plaza del ayuntamiento. La altura es tan baja que principalmente se ven las astas y los toros incompletos

© Mikel Lasa


Bull ranchs to Sanfermin


You have no idea of what the Running of the Bulls is about? Relax; we can fill you in with a short explanation that will bring you fully up to date with the event


The Pamplona Running of the Bulls is the most famous one in the whole world, but before making up your mind to take part in this event, there are 9 things you should know


Running with the Bulls could be fatal. At least 16 have died when taking part in the bull-running event down the years – the last fatality occurred in 2009


The Running can may watched from behind the fencing which lines the course, in the bull-ring or on television live, but the best way of all is from one of the many balconies which line the course