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Lodging Pamplona

gale056

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Portuguese (Matosinhos to Santiago) 2018
Camino Frances plan for 2019
I am flying into Pamplona on 21 August and catching a bus the following morning to St. Jean Pied de Port. My question is are there two bus stations in Pamplona? The one that looks like I need to go to is On Calle Yanguas y Miranda 2. Does anyone know of lodging that would be close to that bus station. Thank you!
 
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TammyLynn

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13/9/13 to 1/10/13 Pamplona to Leon

5/6/2014-9/7/2014
SJPP to Santiago
I am flying into Pamplona on 21 August and catching a bus the following morning to St. Jean Pied de Port. My question is are there two bus stations in Pamplona? The one that looks like I need to go to is On Calle Yanguas y Miranda 2. Does anyone know of lodging that would be close to that bus station. Thank you!
I have stayed at Hotel Eslava 4 times! Very reasonably priced, great breakfast, quaint, friendly, awesome location and they can tell you (and give you a map if needed) how to get to the bus station. I walked from there in 5 min. Close to the post office too if you are mailing luggage to Santiago. Buen Camino! I will be there August 3!
 

AlexanderAZ

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2017 (Sept/Oct): CF: SJPdP-->Fisterra-->Muxia (solo)
2019 (late Sept): CF: SJPdP-->Leon (honeymoon!)
Hostal Arriazu for me in 2017 & already booked again for this Sept (both the bus & the accommodation). Arriazu is 700m (less than 10 min walk) from bus station.
 

SFletcher

Una flecha sigue una flecha
Year of past OR future Camino
SJPdP - Pamplona (2018); Pamplona - Burgos (2019)
Yes the bus station is on Calle Yanguas y Miranda. It is all located underground. The only visible part is the glass building with the entrance and stairs. On my first visit, I had checked it out the evening before I was travelling, just to get my bearings.
I have stayed in Hostal Arriazu and Hostal Navarra, both good, and close to the bus station.
 
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Us:Camino Frances, 2015 Me:Catalan/Aragonese, 2019
My question is are there two bus stations in Pamplona? The one that looks like I need to go to is On Calle Yanguas y Miranda 2.
Yes the bus station is on Calle Yanguas y Miranda.
I only know of one and that is on Calle Yanguas y Miranda. Just repeating it to make you feel more secure about @SFletcher's answer. That's the station we used to get to SJPDP.

The website for the bus station is:
http://www.estaciondeautobusesdepamplona.com/es
 
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The bus station is a ten minute walk to many hostels in Pamplona. I stayed at 2 excellent ones, one was next to the cathedral.
 
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I'm noticing hotels being mentioned. Private albergues are likely to let you spend the night also. Mentioned in case you want a cheaper place to stay more than you want a place where you can get some sleep.
 

gale056

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Portuguese (Matosinhos to Santiago) 2018
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Caligal

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I have stayed at Hotel Eslava 4 times! Very reasonably priced, great breakfast, quaint, friendly, awesome location and they can tell you (and give you a map if needed) how to get to the bus station. I walked from there in 5 min. Close to the post office too if you are mailing luggage to Santiago. Buen Camino! I will be there August 3!
I have reservations at hotel Eslava for night i am arriving in Pamplona where i will start walking, last year i stayed in a hostal in city center it was so noisy ALL night (my mistake it was Friday night)I got no sleep and dragged myself out of town. So this year I reserved the night at Eslava looks like its more out of the cityclose to the Camino. Did Imake a wise choice?
 
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300m from the cathedral and around the corner from the fresh food market in Santiago. Perfect place to tele commute from (1GB symmetrical connection).
Year of past OR future Camino
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I forgot about this part. Pamplona's line A street bus leaves the airport every hour on the hour to bring you to the bus station. I think it stops at two places first and takes about 15 minutes. Use the money you save over a taxi to buy some pinchos.
The above is no longer entirely correct. A taxi now replaces the bus, goes near the bus station but not to it and it needs to be reserved (but short notice is okay). The fare is less than an euro per person. See this post on another thread and the one after it: https://www.caminodesantiago.me/community/threads/madrid-to-pamplona.63185/#post-768542
 

Lance Chambers

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Year of past OR future Camino
Sarria (2015), SJPdP (2016), Burgos (2017), SJPdP (2018), Burgos (2019), SJPdP (2020?).
There is the Aloha Hostel which is close to the Bus Port.
Maybe phone and make a booking ot email?

Address: Calle Sanguesa 2, Pamplona
Ph: +34 948 153 367 or +34 648 289 403
Website: https://www.alohahostel.es The 's' in the 'https' link ensures your time on the site is encrypted and secure. You can add them to any link you feel may not be safe.
eMail: info@alohahostel.es
Tariff: 15 Euro per bed w/breakfast.

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Bus Port + Hostel.jpg

Only a 5 minute walk

Route.jpg

For reference

Train Station.jpg
 
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TammyLynn

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13/9/13 to 1/10/13 Pamplona to Leon

5/6/2014-9/7/2014
SJPP to Santiago
I have reservations at hotel Eslava for night i am arriving in Pamplona where i will start walking, last year i stayed in a hostal in city center it was so noisy ALL night (my mistake it was Friday night)I got no sleep and dragged myself out of town. So this year I reserved the night at Eslava looks like its more out of the cityclose to the Camino. Did Imake a wise choice?
I think you will like it!!
 

Duffman

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Year of past OR future Camino
Frances (2018) with my son.
I have reservations at hotel Eslava for night i am arriving in Pamplona where i will start walking, last year i stayed in a hostal in city center it was so noisy ALL night (my mistake it was Friday night)I got no sleep and dragged myself out of town. So this year I reserved the night at Eslava looks like its more out of the cityclose to the Camino. Did Imake a wise choice?
My son and I stayed at the Eslava last May. I really loved staying there. Very nice hosts. They hooked us up for a taxi to SJPdP. Very clean and convenient. A beautiful walk from the train.
 

GettingThere

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Roncesvalles-SdC Apr-Jun 2015
Roncesvalles-Sarria Sep-Oct 2017
C. Frances sections Apr-Jun 2019
I have reservations at hotel Eslava for night i am arriving in Pamplona where i will start walking, last year i stayed in a hostal in city center it was so noisy ALL night (my mistake it was Friday night)I got no sleep and dragged myself out of town. So this year I reserved the night at Eslava looks like its more out of the cityclose to the Camino. Did Imake a wise choice?

Definitely a good choice! I wouldn't say it's out of the city - still within the old town, very close to the Camino. But having stayed there three times now including Easter weekend, with rooms facing the street, I've never noticed any noise. Very peaceful, just far enough from the noisy areas - you don't have to go far for things to become much quieter. Very friendly and helpful owners too.
 
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Caligal

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CF April 4- May 12, 2018
CF Sept 10-27 2019
CP Sept 28- Oct12 2019
C Finisterre Oct 16-Oct 20
Definitely a good choice! I wouldn't say it's out of the city - still within the old town, very close to the Camino. But having stayed there three times now including Easter weekend, with rooms facing the street, I've never noticed any noise. Very peaceful, just far enough from the noisy areas - you don't have to go far for things to become much quieter. Very friendly and helpful owners too.
Thanks so much for your response, Im so looking forward to my stay there. Taking an extra day in Pamplona to combat jet lag. 42 days to take off!!
 

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