How to arrive and get about in the city


Pamplona has different means of transport. You can arrive by car, bus, train or plane. The new bus station is located in the city centre, in Calle Yanguas y Miranda. The Renfe train station is in the San Jorge neighbourhood, and offers different routes linking Pamplona to numerous cities in Spain. The airport is six kilometres out of the city, in the town of Noáin.


Pamplona is a medium-sized city with approximately 200,000 inhabitants and covering 24 square kilometres. The most comfortable way to get around is on foot, as the Historical Centre, where the main tourist attractions can be found, is mostly pedestrianised. There is also a 24-hour taxi service available, with different official stops dotted around the city. Another option is cycling, as Pamplona boasts over 60 kilometres of cycle paths. The least recommended method is by car, as traffic is restricted in the city centre.


There are different parking options for private vehicles in Pamplona. When parking in the street there are different parking zones, each marked by colour and with a different fee. The city also offers underground paying car parks, open 24 hours a day.  Caravans or motorhomes can also use specially designated parking spaces, in the Trinitarios area and in the town of Berriozar.