VENUE

Sciences Library Conference Hall
University of Navarra
Pamplona – Spain

REGISTRATION OPENS
JANUARY 22nd 2020

PAMPLONA, NAVARRA, SPAIN

How to get to Pamplona

 

Air travel: Navarra is located south of the Pyrenees, and its capital city, Pamplona, has an airport just 5 km south of town with connecting flights with Madrid and Frankfort. Alternatively, Bilbao airport (90 min drive) with many more international flights and Biarritz airport (70 min. drive) across the French border can be used.

Train: Pamplona can be easily reached as well by frequent fast train services from Madrid (3 hours) and Barcelona (3h 45min).

Bus: Bus companies run different services from Madrid, Barcelona, Bilbao, etc.

Staying and moving around Pamplona

 

The privileged location of the School of Sciences facilitates finding accommodation in multiple hotels, apartments and pensions located in the immediate blocks to the venue within a 15-minute walk.

The offer of restaurants, cafes and pubs is very extensive both in the surroundings of the venue and in the historic center of Pamplona.

Urban bus: The venue is well connected with the town centre by bus lines 2, 4, 15 & 18, all of which stop at the main entrance of the adjacent Clínica Universidad de Navarra in the Avenue Pío XII, 36.

Taxi services: if you require to take a taxi, we recommend calling +34 948 221 212 or +34 948 232 300.

Historic monuments and places worth a visit

 

Pamplona has a Roman origin and is in the Way of Saint James. Its bi-millennial history has led it to be a modern, calm and welcoming city, endowed with monuments and historical passages, centuries-old walls, and with an appreciated gastronomy with a wide range of delicious pinchos. Among the historical buildings, we may cite the Cathedral of Santa Maria (XIV and XV century, with supposedly the best cloister in Europe), the churches-fortresses of the three Burgos (Navarrería, San Saturnino and San Nicolás), the City council, the medieval walled enclosure or the Citadel, considered the best example of military architecture of the Spanish Renaissance. Pamplona has many green areas and parks that make it a very pleasant city for tourists.

The old Reyno de Navarra is today a community with a great natural and cultural diversity. From the snowy peaks of the Pyrenees to arid Bardenas Reales, Navarra presents evergreen valleys such as Roncal or Baztan, beautiful and colorful forests such as the impressive Irati Forest, Orgi or Quinto Real and gorges of vertigo carved by the passage of water as the foz of Lumbier or Arbayún. In addition, there is an important amount of historical monuments, such as Santa María de Eunate, famous monasteries (San Salvador de Leyre, Irache, Fitero, La Oliva …), Olite Castle, Javier Castle, the Roncesvalles Collegiate Church, the Castle of Marcilla or the Enclosure of Artajona.

Good food is guaranteed in Navarra, which has managed to preserve a traditional recipes, with excellent vegetables from the Ribera such as artichokes, beans, asparagus or Piquillo peppers, mushrooms and meats to enjoy with the accompaniment of red, rosé and white wines with certified origin of Navarra, as well as cheese, curd, canutillos and fried milk, which can give way to pacharán liqueur.

Sciences Library at the University of Navarra

Library Conference Hall
Sciences Library at the University of Navarra
31008 Pamplona- Spain

+34 948 194 700 Ext. 812013

BODEGAS OTAZU – SEÑORIO DE OTAZU

Bodegas Otazu

Bodega Otazu,
Señorío de Otazu s/n,
31174 Pamplona, Navarra, España.

Teléfono: +34 948 329 200
Email: info@otazu.com

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