Official Tour Guides in Pamplona Using the group bus, the Pamplona city itinerary with a local guide starts with a panoramic view of the modern city, and with a commentary on the geography, population, history and economic circumstances of the capital city of Navarra. We continue the touristic itinerary with a visit to the Taconera Park, The Citadel, The Yamaguchi Park and the two University campuses, and finally the bus is set down in The Historic Quarter of Pamplona. A detailed account of the history and events that occurred all down the years is provided, especially on the city’s importance in The Middle Ages and its key location on The Road to Santiago and how the flow of pilgrims had a key influence on the formation of the three medieval old quarters which gradually formed into a small city. When visitors request it, a visit is organized to the Chapel of San Fermin as well as to the Gothic churches of San Saturnino and San Nicholas (when the absence of religious services allows it). The Cathedral and the Diocesan Museum are likewise visited when specifically requested. The itinerary continues with a visit to the military posts located at Pamplona’s City Walls and the route of the San Fermin Running of the bulls and along some central locations of the Fiestas of San Fermin (The Bullring, Estafeta Street, Pamplona City Hall and The Plaza de Castillo Main Square. The Pamplona itinerary finishes off with the visitors being “let loose” to take their own strolls around the downtown streets to sample the wide gastronomic offer of tapas and “pinchos”.