IFNA has membership in over 25 countries. Attendees are encouraged to verify required travel documents to/from their country of origin. Additionally travel itinerary options will vary widely. Attendees are strongly encouraged to evaluate their own travel options, and to make their travel arrangements early.
The currency in Spain is the Euro.
Pamplona is located in the centre of Navarre. It is easily accessible from anywhere in Europe by air or modern expressways.
Pamplona has excellent connections with the rest of Spain and Europe. Modern highways and rail connections, such as the Alvia train that connects the city with Madrid in just over three hours, link Pamplona with the rest of Spain and Europe.
Attendees can fly into Madrid, Barcelona or Bilbao. Once in Spain, there are varied options that attendees can use to ultimately arrive in Pamplona.
Click here for a reference of options for getting to Pamplona, once arriving in Spain.
Pamplona (Noain) Airport
Carretera Pamplona-Zaragoza Km. 5
31110 – Noain (Valle de Elorz)
Tel: 948 16 87 00 (main switchboard) / 948 16 87 50 (information)
Madrid-Barajas Airport (also called Adolfo Suarez Airport)
El Prat Airport
Bilbao international Airport
• RENFE railway station Plaza Estación, s/n. Tel: +34 948 13 02 02.
• Ticket office c/ Estella 8 Tel: +34 902 24 02 02.
Hours: Monday – Friday, 9 am – 1:30 pm and 4:30 pm – 7:30 pm. Saturdays, 9 am – 1 pm. Closed on Sundays and public holidays.
(Note: Tickets only become available 60 days prior to travel date)
Pamplona Bus Station: C/Yanguas y Miranda, 2.
For information on timetables, please call the respective company or contact the Tourist Office in Pamplona (firstname.lastname@example.org
Tel: +34 / 948 42 04 20).
Vibasa – Services to Barcelona, Tarragona, Salou, Burgos, Pontevedra y Vigo.
Phone – +34 948 22 09 97 / +34 902 10 13 63 Fax: +34 948 22 23 30
Pamplona has a radial road network that fans out towards Huesca, Zaragoza, Logroño, San Sebastian and France. The A-15 motorway connects the capital of Navarre with San Sebastian to the north and with Zaragoza, Madrid and Barcelona to the south; the A-12 links Pamplona and Logroño and the N-240 connects it with Jaca. There is also the Leizarán expressway which links Pamplona with San Sebastian in less than an hour and the La Barranca expressway which goes to Vitoria and Bilbao. The Belate tunnel also makes for easy road access to France.
Tel: +34 948 23 23 00 // +34 948 31 13 35