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Welcome to Pamplona, the capital of the Autonomous Community of Navarra and the city of the San Fermin festival. Known worldwide for the Sanfermines, Pamplona offers much more. Relax in its beautiful parks, learn in its interesting museums, socialize in its bars and be surprised by its great cultural offer.
Pamplona currently has more than 195,000 inhabitants. This figure makes it the most populated municipality in the region of Navarra.
It is believed that General Pompey founded this city in 74 B.C. and, since then, many people have wanted to possess it. In addition to the Vascones, the Visigoths and Muslims have lived in this territory. Its peak came in the ninth century, when it became the capital of the Kingdom of Pamplona and, later, the Kingdom of Navarre.
The first week of July Pamplona jumps to the international scene thanks to its San Fermines. During these days, thousands of people from all over the world crowd the streets with their white t-shirts and pants and their red scarves and sashes. You should know, however, that San Fermin is not the patron saint of Pamplona. San Saturnino holds this honor, although he is not the one who gets the popularity.
In addition, Pamplona is the end of the second stage of the Camino de Santiago for all those who make their pilgrimage from Roncesvalles.
Undoubtedly, this city has a lot to offer. Are you planning to come to this city on vacation? Do you have to make a business trip? For all these situations it is best to have a reliable, spacious and manageable rental car in Pamplona. Enter the Furauto comparator and find yours!
If you wish to arrive by plane, you should look for a flight to Pamplona Airport. Located 6 kilometers south of the city, it operates regular routes to the capital and the islands.
The RENFE station is located north of the Arga River, in the Plaza de la Estación, and makes daily trips to San Sebastián, Irún, Vitoria-Gasteiz, Zaragoza, Tarragona, Lleida, Barcelona, Madrid, Gijón, Oviedo, Palencia and León. The bus station, located on Yanguas y Miranda Street, allows travel throughout Spain.
The main access routes, for those who prefer to travel by road, are the following:
A-15. Pamplona-San Sebastián: it bypasses the capital of Navarre and connects with the AP-15 toll road.
A-12. Autovía del Camino. Pamplona-Burgos: it enters the city through Avenida de Aróstegui and crosses the University of Navarra.
A-21. Pyrenees Highway. Noáin (Pamplona) - Jaca (Huesca): allows you to enter Pamplona from the southeast.
N-121: alternative route to the AP-15, it connects Pamplona with the N-113. The N-121A, from the north, reaches Hondarribia and the N-121B ends at the border with France, in Dantxarinea.
N-135: the best way to go from Pamplona to France via Roncesvalles.
With Furauto you can pick up your rental car at the Renfe train station and other city centers. You can book your rental car at Pamplona Airport and start enjoying your vehicle from the very first moment. Browse our online search engine and find the spot that suits you best.
Hiring a 7-seater car rental in Pamplona is simpler than you think. All you have to do is enter the Furauto web page and choose your vehicle from our comparator. Enter the dates as well as the pick up and drop off cities to make your reservation. Once the process is completed we will send you a confirmation email with all the information you need.
On your trip to Pamplona, you may come across the AP-15 or Autopista de Navarra. This road is made up of two sections, Tudela-Pamplona and Pamplona-Irurtzun. Both roads are joined by the A-15 or Ronda de Pamplona Oeste, which bypasses the capital of Navarre free of charge.
The AP-68 or Ebro Highway passes through Logroño. Here it connects with the A-12 to enter Pamplona. You can also go to Tudela and connect with the AP-15.
The AP-8 or Autopista del Cantábrico, at San Sebastián, connects with the A-15 or AP-15. In Irún, the AP-8 connects with the N-121A, which you can use to get to La Ciudadela, in the center of Pamplona.
The city council has designed a system with which it has created more than 8000 free parking spaces, so it is unlikely that you will have difficulties to park your rental car in Pamplona. The lots of the city have been converted into huge parking lots that you can find in different neighborhoods and use for free.
However, you may have some trouble parking in the center of Pamplona. The city is governed by regulated parking zones. Here you can also see the blue, orange, red and green zones.
You will need several days to get to know the city despite having a cheap car rental in Pamplona at your disposal. If you do not have much time, here we show you the Top 10 of the must-see places to visit.
Tudela, Estella, Javier, Olite, Obanos, Puente La Reina-Gares, Sangüesa and Corella are other destinations that you have very close by car and that you can not miss.