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Open air Pamplona
City Walls - Antonio Olza ©
Several kilometres of the old walls are conserved in Pamplona, with spectacular spots such as the Portal de Francia (France Gate)

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Citadel - Antonio Olza ©
An example of Spanish Renaissance military architecture, it is the focal point of the Vuelta del Castillo, a 280,000-square-metre park in the centre of the city.

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Taconera gardens - Oskar Montero ©
The oldest park in Pamplona, covering 90,000 square metres with a romantic and Versaillesque air to it.

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Media Luna - Antonio Olza ©
Small park with good views over the river Arga and the hills to the east of Pamplona. It has quiet spots and a sculpture dedicated to the violinist Pablo Sarasate.

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Arga River Park - Iñaki Zaldua ©
A great breathing space for Pamplona, much of it runs below the city walls and over bridges that are part of the Pilgrim’s Way to Santiago, such as Magdalena bridge.

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Yamaguchi - Antonio Olza ©
Singular park covering 85,000 square metres, designed in 1997 by Japanese landscapers as a symbol of Pamplona’s twinning with the city of Yamaguchi.
Campus of the Universidad de Navarra - Amaya ©
Covering almost half a million square metres, it has several buildings in the style of Anglo-Saxon universities.

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Golf courses - Alfonso Perkaz ©
Near Pamplona there are three golf courses: Gorraiz, Zuasti and –a few kilometres further away– Ultzama.
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