Frequently Asked Questions
What is the average age of people who book this tour?
Guests of all ages book this tour - from the 20 somethings right through to 70's and even 80's! The average age group of our guests are people their 30's - 50's. All are welcome, and the wider range in age the better.
Does the package include airfare?
Our packages do not include airfare or transfers to the hotel from the train station or airport. Our hotel is walking distance to all the main action in Pamplona.
Are there any additional taxes, booking fees or credit card processing fees?
No! All posted prices reflect the final, total cost of the package. There are no additional taxes (this is built into the package cost) nor do we charge booking fees or credit card processing fees. What you see is what you get.
SAN FERMIN FESTIVAL
When does San Fermin Festival take place?
The fiesta of San Fermin is celebrated every year from 6th to 14th July. At midday on 6th July all the fun starts at the opening ceremony (Chupinazo). A rocket is launched from the balcony of the city hall to officially mark the beginning of the fiesta. In the square below, thousands of people gather from around the world to celebrate this fun event. It pays to arrive early so that you don’t miss a moment of the fun!
Who can run with the Bulls?
- All runners must be over 18 years old.
- Yes ladies, you are allowed to run.
For those that want to run more information can be found at So you want to run.
How do I get to Pamplona?
Pamplona is located in the northern part of Spain and is serviced by:
- A regional airport – about 3 miles (5 kms) from town
- High Speed trans from Madrid and Barcelona
- And a network of buses from around the country
Your travel agent should be able to assist with these details
What should I wear?
Any time you see photos from this event you will notice everyone is wearing white – its part of the tradition. So as an Insider, and to get into the spirit of the fiesta it’s easy - wear white! It doesn’t really matter what you wear trousers or shorts, tee or singlet whatever – just make it in white.
The most important part of the San Fermin uniform is the distinctive red scarf (Panuelos). They must be put at noon on July 6th and worn for the duration of your stay at the festival. Another essential to your Fiesta wardrobe is the red waist band. For both of these we have got you covered, they are included as part of our all inclusive packages.
Foot wear – make sure you are comfortable; you will be on your feet most of the day. Flip-flops and sandals are not really suitable – unfortunately there will be broken glass and someone may inadvertently step on your toes. So its best if your wear enclosed shoes.
We suggest that our Insiders bring their whites from home and we will take care of the red. Always keep in mind it is important to be comfortable and not to worry about your clothes getting dirty.
Got more questions? Call or send us a message and well will be happy to help.
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