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Come for the adventure… run with the bulls!

See our Exclusive Packages for the opening days of the Fiesta de San Fermín and the "Running of the Bulls” in Pamplona, Spain.  VIP, Standard and Basic Packages are available from 5-8 July 2016.

Standard and Basic Packages are also available from 8-14 July.

Sanfermín Tours welcomes individuals, friends, families, and those walking the Camino de Santiago, to join us and Peña Seattle de Sanfermines in July for the the Fiesta de San Fermín and the encierro, the world famous “Running of the Bulls”, through the streets of Pamplona’s historic quarter.  

More than 40 years of personal experience allows us to offer you a unique opportunity in Pamplona during fiesta.  Select one of our exclusive packages for the opening days of the festival.  Add our exclusive program for the chupinazo, the opening ceremony, at noon on the 6th of July, or arrive later in the week and stay for the "pobre de mí", the candlelight ceremony, at midnight on the 14th.

An adventure not to be missed!

Sanfermines is a combination of two major festivals held each year in Pamplona, the Fiesta de San Fermín, the celebration of Navarra's co-patron Saint, San Fermín, and the Feria del Toro de Sanfermín, the Festival of the Bull and the encierro.  

The legendary Running of the Bulls was first introduced to the world in Hemingway's 1926 novel, The Sun Also Rises (Fiesta), which each year continues to attract thousands visitors from around the world.  The encierro, the running of the bulls, could one of the most adrenaline charged moments you may ever experience!

The fiesta begins at noon on the 6th with the firing of the rockets, “el chupinazo” in the town hall square, and ends at midnight on the 14th with the "pobre de mi”, the solemn candlelight ceremony, which marks the beginning of the countdown to Sanfermines 2016.

Join Peña Seattle, and a cast of thousands, in a celebration of one of the world’s most popular and exhilarating festivals.


Running with the Dolores Aguirre bulls along Calle Estafeta

Be part of one of the world’s most exciting and renowned festivals.  Walk along with Pamplona’s famous Giants, Kilikis, Cabezudos and Zaldikos as they parade and dance through the streets of the historic quarter to the delight of the hundreds of children who follow them everywhere.

Gather in the park with the Pamplonicas each night at 11:00 for some of the most exciting professional fireworks displays from major pyrotechnic companies from around the world.  Or join us for the Pintxos and Fireworks Program in the Baluarte Performing Arts Center overlooking the park.  The fireworks competition continues nightly from the 6th through the 14th.

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