Imagen de Mikel Lasa que ofrece una imagen desde arriba de la cuesta de SAnto Domingo que permite ver en perspectiva a la manada del encierro acercándose. Se centra en los toros mostrando una imagen que adivina la potencia de cuatro toros estremecedores

Bull ranchs to sanfermin 2022

The Casa de Misericordia de Pamplona must take steps if everything works out to celebrate Sanfermin 2022 again and has confirmed to Navarra.com that it will have the same bull herds announced for the 2020 Bull Fair that was not held. There will be no official confirmation as long as the authorities do not take the step, but organizing a Bull Fair needs your deadlines and commitments. For now, this gesture is a symbol for organizing the next Sanfermin festivities, still orphaned by a political endorsement. (Image by Mikel Lasa.)

According to Navarra.com, the confirmation has come from the MECA Bullfighting Commission that has confirmed that all the planned irons “have bulls in the field for Pamplona.”

Ymbro Fountain replaces the Port of San Lorenzo

From Sanfermin 2019, seven bull ranch repeat, and Fuente Ymbro will replace Puerto de San Lorenzo since it did not give the expected result. If we celebrate Sanfermin 2022 we will celebrate it together with Cebada Gago, Miura, José Escolar, Victoriano del Río, Jandilla and the winners in 2019, Núñez del Cuvillo and La Palmosilla.

Guía rápida de la fiesta para vivir Sanfermin con intensidad.

Sanfermin is back…

The Pamplona City Council announces that it is committed to the celebration of Sanfermin 2022 after the meeting of the Sanfermines Table. In addition, according to the mayor’s statements, there will be a higher financial allocation for the program and we want to start a reflection on the party as we know it.

The mayor of Pamplona, ??Enrique Maya, has also pointed out in the meeting of the Sanfermines Table, that we must “face the two-year break without parties as an opportunity to address the development of the Sanfermines of 2022, the first of a new stage that will mark the future. The reflection is open to the contributions of people and entities and includes different aspects: the way in which they are developed, the offer of activities, the experience of the people who participate in the festivities or the image that is projected outside the city. ”

In the press release, the Pamplona City Council points out that: “also among the municipal objectives are to change the general image of the Sanfermines, which has deteriorated in recent years, so that the citizens of Pamplona improve their identification with the same and the people from outside the city get to see the reality of the festival and all its attractions, also attracting quality tourism. For the future, Sanfermines are planned that reinforce tradition, culture, coexistence, and all the positive values ??that the San Fermín festivities have and that are made invisible by the image of alcohol and unlimited parties that they have. “