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There are many reviews for good reason. What’s inside is the reason to find the time. The outside is a mixmaster of building themes. The gems are inside. Hopefully you’re not already burned out on church visits already. This to me was a nice professional...More
Strolling in the well preserved ancient quarters in Pamplona it is easy to reach the cathedral. Inside among the many interesting thigs to see, be sure that you’ll take some minutes to watch more carefully the tomb in front of the main altar; the small...More
There is a fee of €5 which is reduced to €3 if you are a pilgrim. This is not the most exciting of Spain’s incredible cathedrals but there is a interesting museum that explains the history of the cathedral right back to pre-Christian times. The...More
During our #ECaptains2018_Pilgrimage exploring BasqueCountry, we stoped in Pamplona to see parts of "Camino de Santiago". We were walking in the narrow streets of downtown when suddenly we saw one of the towers of Pamplona Cathedral. We approached the Cathedral and admired their architecture. Museum...More
Our favourite cathedral visit ever!! The expos inside the cathedral are big thing!!
Our only complain is that we arrived at 11 and nobody told us the VISIT to the BELL-TOWER is a daily visit at 11:15!
So when we finished our tour and finally...More
We’ve travelled far and wide and seen quite a lot of churches. This one makes the whole experience so much more interesting. They have the medieval and the current day technology down to a fine art. Well worth the 5euros entrance. Visit the church knave...More
The visit is quite extensive, the cathedral itself is worth seeing, magnificent alter piece. The cloisters are being worked on in all areas. There is a rather “arty” exhibition beyond the cloister which clearly cost a lot. The outside areas are a mess and not...More