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Bar Gaucho

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Conseils des habitants

December 20, 2016
the best tapas in town!!
October 16, 2016
the best "pintxos" in Pamplona
April 6, 2018
While visiting Pamplona, do not forget to see Estafeta Street and taste their Spanish tapas (here called 'pintxos' in Basque language). My favorite is 'Gaucho' established since 1970. Around this bar is a meeting point of all Americans who travel to San Fermin every year. But remember the first…
June 11, 2014
The best pintxos in town
October 31, 2013
One of the best tapas in Pamplona. Not to be missed!!! Unas de las mejores tapas en Pamplona.

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“Un bar muy conocido por su carta de fritos (como croquetas pero de diferentes formas y elaboraciones). Merece mucho la pena probar alguno”
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Point of Interest
“Teatro principal de la ciudad, donde se pueden ver todo tipo de obras. ¡Consulta la programación!”
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“On July the 7th and 8th you can visit the Cathedral of Maria. Gothic inside but Neoclassical on the outside, the stained glass windows are not as spectacular as a French cathedral because almost all the walls are defensive. Pamplona was a city surrounded with a wall in order to fortify from the beginning of its foundation by Romans in 74 BC. And from 1571 the objective of walls was the defense against France. Finally, at the end of the 19th century, almost the entire wall was demolished to build the new widening. Adults price is €5 and 3 euros for kids 7-13 years. By the way, this building that did not like Victor Hugo when he visited Pamplona in 1843... Interesting.”
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Marché fermier
“During San Fermin Festival many shops or supermarkets open only in the morning. Are you an early bird? If you like the market with fruits, vegetables, meat or cheese you can visit 'Mercado del Casco Viejo' or 'Mercado del Segundo Ensanche'. Do not forget taste the Jabugo Spanish ham please! It's like the Italian prosciutto but with different taste. I think is much better! And the cheese? Taste Roncal and Idiazabal. So tasty and strong. One of the best cheese in the world! What else can I say? I am Spanish! ”
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7 C/ Espoz Y Mina / Espoz Y Mina Kalea
Pamplona, Navarre 31002
Téléphone948 22 50 73
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