Pamplona has an enormous variety of options for eating out, from sandwiches in bars to a meal in a high-class restaurant. Remember that prices rise quite considerably during the fiesta, although it is possible to eat out at a reasonable price. You will also need to be patient when looking for somewhere to eat, everywhere is very crowded.
Local meal times are generally 2-3 p.m. for lunch and 9-10.30 p.m. for dinner, although these hours tend to be flexible during Sanfermines. In some restaurants it is even possible to have lunch at 5 p.m. and dinner at midnight!
Access the form of bars, restaurants and cafes in Pamplona..Where to sleep
There is a very wide range of accommodation during San Fermín: hotels, hostels, guesthouses, campsites, etc. There are many options, but remember: you need to reserve well in advance for accommodation in Pamplona.
The first few days of San Fermín and the weekend are times when the hotels, guesthouses, campsites, etc. are completely full. Trying to find accommodation without making a reservation in advance is almost impossible. The situation is a little easier during the rest of the week. Your chances improve if you look in nearby towns and villages, where you will also find lower prices and also the chance to enjoy the natural surroundings.