The Chupinazo of the San Fermin Festival
During the Running of the Bulls, we host guests at two separate balcony locations.
One of our balconies is located a little more than halfway Estafeta, which is the longest of the four streets involved in each run. Based on availability, we offer balcony only reservations at $150 USD per person. If you’re not on the street running with the bulls, this is one of the best seats in the house. Our staff and clients have been at this location for the past several years and we love it!
We serve a traditional Spanish breakfast with a variety of drinks for those in attendance. Our breakfast spread includes items such as beer, wine, cava, juice, sangria, coffee, Spanish ham and tortillas, fruit, Spanish snacks, pastries, and more!
Each run is broadcast on national television, and we have a TV up and running showing the beginning portions of the run that are out of our sight lines.
We are also located directly across from one of the television cameras, which is a tribute to our balcony quality. In our experience, it’s one of the best Pamplona balconies you can find.
The balcony at 57 Estafeta Street holds 14 people. There are two small balconies and two sets of large, grid windows.
We are located on the 2nd viewing level of the building.
Yes, there is a traditional breakfast served each morning.
From roughly 6:45 AM until 8:30 AM
We have an informational flyer with everything you need to know. You must enter before 7:00 am because the police close the street at this time. We strongly suggest you join our walking group each morning at our hotel to ensure reaching the hotel without any issues.
Yes, based on availability.
If you are looking to book only a balcony spot, please note that we accept only a small and exact number of people to watch from our balcony and share breakfast with us each morning. We want everyone to be able to see the run easily. Therefore, we suggest that you reserve your space as soon as possible. Also consider our balcony at Dead Man’s Curve.