Summer in Spain: Pamplona's Past, Present, and People

In this riveting episode of their Summer road trip through Spain, Josh and Kalie find themselves immersed in the vibrant culture and rich history of Pamplona, a captivating city nestled in the heart of the Navarre region. This week on 'Let's Move to Portugal,' the dynamic duo trades the cobblestone streets of Portugal for Pamplona's equally picturesque alleys, bringing listeners along for an exploration that promises an enthralling blend of tradition, festivities, and of course, scrumptious Spanish cuisine.

Pamplona, renowned worldwide for its iconic Running of the Bulls and the pulsating San Fermín Festival, opens up a world of exhilaration and grandeur to our adventurous explorers. Yet, there's more to this fortified city than its high-octane festivals. Join Josh and Kalie as they delve deeper into Pamplona's rich tapestry of history, wandering through the Gothic Cathedral's impressive arches and the city's ancient stone walls that tell tales of a time long past.

But the allure of Pamplona extends beyond its architecture. As the sun sets, our hosts discover the vibrant nightlife that the city has to offer, with lively streets brimming with locals and visitors alike, all eager to indulge in the region's famed gastronomy. From tantalizing tapas to innovative modern Spanish dishes, Pamplona proves to be a paradise for food enthusiasts.

Don't miss this adventure-packed episode as Josh and Kalie navigate through Pamplona's enticing blend of traditional festivals, historic landmarks, and culinary delights. Let the sounds of summer in Spain draw you in, as the road trip continues, unfolding the many layers of this vibrant Spanish gem.

Remember to tune in and explore with us, as we uncover the best of Pamplona, a city that seamlessly combines tradition and modernity, offering visitors an experience that is both thrilling and deeply rooted in Spanish culture.
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Summer in Spain: Pamplona's Past, Present, and  People
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