A historical splendor that reaches our days


The cultural tourism of Navarra attracts you. And you do not lack reasons.

It is impossible to explain the cultural heritage of the Kingdom without its majestic architecture, in which kings, queens and rulers of all eras did their part to present us today with a Navarre full of castles, religious buildings and others of a civil nature.
map of the Navarra region

The fairy-tale castle of Olite

The wonderful Castle of Javier from the 11th century

The enchanting cloister of the Cathedral of Santa Maria in Tudela

A charaterstic street in the colorful architecture of Pamplona

The gothic church of Santa María, in Viana

San Salvador de Leyre, one of the most important early medieval monastic complexes in Spain

One of the most intense moments of the San Fermin festival in Pamplona

Genevilla a wonderful villa in the foral community of Navarra

The terrace of the city of Sangüesa next to the Aragón river


The cultural tourism of Navarra attracts you. And you do not lack reasons.

Because this land is a crossroads, with a rich and varied past that moves through the heritage of prehistoric, Roman and Muslim peoples.

All of them, together with the splendor of Christianity, have been impregnating their towns and cities until turning them into destinations of an enviable artistic wealth. Prehistoric sites, Roman settlements, Romanesque and Gothic churches built along the Camino de Santiago, monasteries where Gregorian chants are still sung today...

The Community of Navarra was Reyno until the 16th century; hence the Royal Crown that appears on the shield of the Community. And furthermore, it is the only one in the country to bear the Foral surname, which gives it a unique autonomy that has been nurtured over hundreds of years.

And we cannot fail to mention the traditional and patron saint festivities that are celebrated throughout the Community —San Fermín, Carnival, patron saint and ethnographic festivities…— which are a clear example of the Navarrese idiosyncrasy and essence.

Another of the exponents of Navarrese culture is Euskera, the only non-Indo-European language in Western Europe. It is the co-official language along with Spanish in the north of the community.

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