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  • Barcelona to Running of the Bulls Pamplona 2017
  • Barcelona to Running of the Bulls Pamplona 2017
  • Barcelona to Running of the Bulls Pamplona 2017

Barcelona to Running of the Bulls Pamplona 2017

Pamplona, Spain | Weekend Trips 5th - 7th July & 7th - 9th July | Day Trips 6th & 7th July

Ride with us from Barcelona to Pamplona 2017

How you gettin’ there, thrill seekers? Why not take one of Stoke Travel’s buses? We roll in from Barcelona to Pamplona 2017, man. The bus will leave from The Hard Rock Cafe in Plaza Catalunya. We leave on Friday 7th July for Pamplona at 10 am, so please be there for check in at 9.30am. The bus arrives in Pamplona around 5pm.

Feeling brave?!

Are you ready to have an exhilarating and crazy time at The Running of the Bulls 2017? The Running of the Bulls festival officially starts on the 6th July 2017 and runs through until the 14th July with daily Bull runs and nightly street parties. San Fermin is so much more than just the wonderful terror that is the Pamplona bull run… it is one of the world’s biggest street parties – day and night you can drink and dance and smooch in the streets. And there are cultural events every day, so you can do something nice and really justify going on a massive rampage during the night.

We haven’t even mentioned Stoke Travel’s Bulls Campsite yet!

This is where your dreams come to fruity fruition. Meet hundreds of new open-minded international friends, get frisky in our ‘tentertainment’ and dance your socks off through the night, all before heading off to run screaming from ten-tonne-testosterone-tanked toros in the morning. Our accommodating crew will have the tents, mattresses and sleeping bags set up so all you have to do is show up! There will also be delish breakfasts to get your taste buds tantalising each morning and heart dinners each evening. And not forgetting in true stokie style, we will also have the biggest party outside of the party happening. ‘Ansome.

Costs: €180 | US$ 200 | £155 | AU$ 260

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Key Features

  • Where: From Barcelona to Pamplona
  • When: 5th - 7th July & 7th - 9th July
  • How: Get on our bus in Barcelona and let us drive you to the craziness of the bulls
  • Age: Young at heart traveller 18+. Free trip if you bring your grandma
  • Sleep: Camping accommodation (pre-erected twin share tent, mattress and sleeping bag)
  • Eat: Tasty breakfast each morning and hearty dinner each evening

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  • Barcelona to Bulls

    Includes:

    • 2 nights all-inclusive camping accommodation in pre-erected twinshare tents with mattress and sleeping bag provided
    • Return private coach from Barcelona
      • 5th July 10am: From Barcelona to Running of the Bulls
      • 7th July 10am: From Running of the Bulls to Barcelona
      • 7th July 10am: From Barcelona to Running of the Bulls
      • 9th July 10am: From Running of the Bulls to Barcelona
    • 2 dinners
    • 2 hot breakfasts
    • Guides into the festival on campsite bus for €5 return
    • Bull runs in the mornings
    • Buses leave 10am from Plaza Catalunya in front of Hard Rock Cafe
      Return: Departs camp at 10am (via Pamps at 11am) arriving in Barcelona around 7pm

    Extras:

    • Unlimited beer & sangria for €10 per day
    • Bilbao BBK Live 2017 Music festival tickets
    • Stays at our Zarautz beach camp €60 per night
    • Transfer to our beach camp at Zarautz for €15 one way
    • Traditional San Fermin outfits (white and red)
    • Campsite bus for the 10 minute drive into the centre (5€ return)
    • Bulls balconies – see the action from aerial view

     

    Barcelona to Bulls Day Trip – 24 hour Madness

    Includes:

    • Private return coaches from Barcelona
      • 6th July 11pm: From Barcelona to Running of the Bulls
      • 7th July 2pm: From Running of the Bulls to Barcelona
      • 7th July 11pm: From Barcelona to Running of the Bulls
      • 8th July 2pm: From Running of the Bulls to Barcelona
    • 1 litre of sangria on arrival
    • A guided tour of the Bull Run
    • Hot breakfast roll
    • Unlimited beer and sangria at the Stoke Bar from 8am

    Buses depart at 11pm from in front of Hard Rock Cafe in Plaza Catalunya. Returning the next day in the evening.

  • 4th July
    Stoke hold a massive party in San Sebastian, an hour away from Pamplona, it includes a barbecue and boozy bash on the beach. Independence day for Americans and booze dependence day for everyone else.

    5th July
    8am – 12pm – Hot breakfast (Lots of guests arrive today)
    Free time to do optional activities. Stoke Suggestion: Chill by the pool with a brewskie because things are about to get hectic
    8pm – Dinner & Campsite party

    6th July
    8am – 12pm – Hot breakfast
    9am – Head with our guides to the centre of Pamplona on the campsite bus for the opening ceremony
    We have Booze stations set up in the park for unlimited beer & sangria in the sun after the run.
    8pm – Dinner at campsite

    7th – 14th July
    8am – 12pm – Hot breakfast
    7am – Head with our guides to the centre of Pamplona on the campsite bus for the bull run.
    Free time – hang out in our bar in Pamplona centre downing unlimited beer & sangria, making new friends, playing the best drinking games and dancing your socks off.
    8pm- Dinner at campsite

    Pamplona’s San Fermin Festival events are as follows:

    6th July
    This day is different from the rest of the festival.
    12noon – The opening ceremony which is also known as the Chupinazo.
    11pm – Fireworks & partying. These are the constants of the festival.

    7th – 14th July
    Every day has the same schedule:
    8am -The Running of the Bulls happens.
    6.30pm – Bullfights happen in the city’s arena with the bulls that were running that morning.
    11pm – The party continues!

  • Pamplona Campsite

    We camp just 10 minutes from the Running of The Bulls festivities in Pamplona. The Campsite Bus Service will take you to the centre and back for 5€.
    Our Bulls Camp is located within the grounds of Camping Ezcaba and is exclusively for the “cool kids” joining Stoke Travel’s Running of the Bulls Trip. Our Exclusive area is complete with kitchen, chill out area, hammocks, DJ booth & stage and Stoke’s infamous entertainment and Crew. Within the campsite grounds there’s also a swimming pool, wifi, laundry and other facilities.

    Campsite Address:

    Camping Ezcaba
    Carretera Pamplona-Irún,
    KM 7, 31194
    Orikain, Spain

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  • We roll in from Barcelona to Pamplona 2017, man. The bus will leave from The Hard Rock Cafe in Plaza Catalunya.

  • Hola! Chuck your thoughts and questions in the Ask a Question Tab and we’ll put up a helpful answer here…

    Are the shuttles to and from the Bulls included in the price?
    The camp is only 10 minutes from town, so the campsite is providing shuttles into the bull run for 5€ return. This is not included in the price, but we will send guides in with you to make sure get the best spot in the run or the stadium. The buses will be running frequently all day.

    Do you provide transport to Zarautz for the beach camp?
    Yes, we are doing buses to the beach camp if you would like to stay there for a few days. The cost is 15€ one way for the transfer. You can add this to your booking or book it at the Guru tent.

    What is the breakfast like?
    Brekkie varies according to our chefs’ whims. It usually involves egg and bacon in some form. Pancakes, french toast, poached, fried, scrambled…..Yum!

    Do we have the option of flying into Barcelona and taking one of your buses to the campsite?
    Yes, you absolutely do. You can fly into Barcelona in time for the Weekend trip. You can also do the 24HR Bus trip to Bulls from Barcelona or just go one way on this bus and stay a few days and then do one way back. Have it your way.

    It says on the website that it is a twin tent. Can it fit two people?
    Yes, the twin tents are two-person tents. We have two-person tents and 8 person teepees. If you are a group of three, one of you will be tented with a new friend of the same sex. You get allocated your tent on arrival so you can make tent requests then. We also have an option to have a private tent for a small additional fee – just in case you don’t want to share…. or if you want leave space for the hottie you’re going to meet at our campsite….. just saying…

    And what amenities are offered at the camp site?
    The campsite is awesome! It is right near Pamplona but still in nature, there is a cafe/restaurant, a little shop, hot showers, laundry area, parking, drinkable water, wifi, a swimming pool and our own Stoke chill zone.

    Are there lockers where we can put our passports or other important items?
    The campsite has lockers, and we also have a giant container which gets locked every night and we can put small valuables in there during the festival and when we’re away from the campsite.

    2 of us are vegans, do you cater for this?
    We cater for vegetarians, so we can always just remove the animal-products and stuff you to the brim with fruits and veggies and starches…..whatever we do, we’ll make a plan for you.

    What is the name of the camp site we are staying at?
    The campsite is called Camping Ezcaba. Carretera Pamplona-Irún, KM 7, 31194 Orikain

     

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  • Awesome!! -Karl, Germany

  • The camp was amazing and extremely well organised. The staff were fantastic, always smiling and really brought joy into the group - Alan, Spain

  • Had the best time of my life - Damian, USA

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5th - 7th July & 7th - 9th July

Barcelona to Bulls

Stoke Travel

€ 180

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Trip option: Barcelona to Bulls

Includes:

  • 2 nights all-inclusive camping accommodation in pre-erected twinshare tents with mattress and sleeping bag provided
  • Return private coach from Barcelona
    • 5th July 10am: From Barcelona to Running of the Bulls
    • 7th July 10am: From Running of the Bulls to Barcelona
    • 7th July 10am: From Barcelona to Running of the Bulls
    • 9th July 10am: From Running of the Bulls to Barcelona
  • 2 dinners
  • 2 hot breakfasts
  • Guides into the festival on campsite bus for €5 return
  • Bull runs in the mornings
  • Buses leave 10am from Plaza Catalunya in front of Hard Rock Cafe
    Return: Departs camp at 10am (via Pamplona center at 11am) arriving in Barcelona around 7pm

Extras:

  • Unlimited beer & sangria for €10 per day
  • Bilbao BBK Live 2017 Music festival tickets
  • Stays at our Zarautz beach camp €60 per night
  • Transfer to our beach camp at Zarautz for €15 one way
  • Traditional San Fermin outfits (white and red)
  • Campsite bus for the 10 minute drive into the centre (5€ return)
  • Bulls balconies – see the action from aerial view
6th July & 7th July

Barcelona to Bulls Day Trip

24 hours Madness

Stoke Travel

€ 80

More Info Book Now

Trip option: Barcelona to Bulls Day Trip

The most adrenaline-filled day trip of your life…

Need to cross Running with the Bulls of your bucket list but don’t have much time in Europe? Never fear, the Barcelona to Bulls Day Trip is here! We’ll leave Barcelona by private bus on 11pm and wake up in Pamplona the next morning in time to join or watch the Bull Run! Then we’ll celebrate our survival in the massive street party before piling back on the bus and heading back to reality.

Includes:

  • Private return coaches from Barcelona
    • 6th July 11pm: From Barcelona to Running of the Bulls
    • 7th July 2pm: From Running of the Bulls to Barcelona
    • 7th July 11pm: From Barcelona to Running of the Bulls
    • 8th July 2pm: From Running of the Bulls to Barcelona
  • 1 litre of sangria on arrival
  • A guided tour of the Bull Run
  • Hot breakfast roll
  • Unlimited beer and sangria at the Stoke Bar from 8am

Buses depart at 11pm from in front of Hard Rock Cafe in Plaza Catalunya. Returning the next day in the evening.

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