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London Pamplona from £89

There are no direct flights connecting London to Pamplona, so the option of a transfer flight is the only available one. The only two companies flying this route are Iberia (through Madrid) and British Airways (Madrid or Barcelona). Flight time can vary between 5 and 7 hours. The departure airport, depending on the chosen flight, will be either London Gatwick, Heathrow or City. All flights land at Pamplona-Nóain Airport.All London airports are well connected to the city centre via bus, taxi and train. In addition to these transport links, City Airport has a stop on London's Docklands Light Railway and Heathrow is on the Piccadilly underground line. Pamplona airport is connected to the city centre only by taxis, which take 10 minutes.

Best Prices for a Flight ticket London - Pamplona: Selection by airline companies

  • Iberia

    London Pamplona

    Tue 07 Feb - Sun 19 Feb

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  • Ryanair LTD

    London Pamplona

    Tue 04 Oct - Sun 23 Oct

  • Ryanair LTD

    London Pamplona

    Tue 20 Sep - Tue 27 Sep

  • Ryanair LTD

    London Pamplona

    Mon 28 Nov - Wed 30 Nov

  • Ryanair LTD

    London Pamplona

    Fri 30 Sep - Wed 05 Oct

  • Iberia

    London Pamplona

    Tue 07 Feb - Sun 19 Feb

  • Iberia

    London Pamplona

    Fri 14 Apr - Tue 18 Apr

  • Easyjet

    London Pamplona

    Thu 22 Dec - Sun 08 Jan

  • Ryanair LTD

    London Pamplona

    Sat 22 Oct - Sat 05 Nov

  • Ryanair LTD

    London Pamplona

    Wed 31 Aug - Mon 05 Sep

  • Iberia

    London Pamplona

    Sat 13 Aug - Sun 14 Aug

  • Easyjet

    London Pamplona

    Fri 23 Dec - Fri 30 Dec

Cheap London - Pamplona Flights

To travel between London and Pamplona at a low cost, Easyvoyage provides two major pieces of information: the calendar and the price history for London - Pamplona flights. These elements will allow you to analyse the cheapest London - Pamplona flights by departure date.

Sightseeing Pamplona 1 Running of the bulls

Arguably the most famous festival in Spain, the festival of San Fermín, at the beginning of July, runs for over a week. Every day there is an encierro (the running of the bulls), where bulls run through the city and reach the plaza de toros (bull ring): the bravest Sanfermines, with their typical white shirts and red sash, run ahead of the bulls, in an event known worldwide.

2 Basque Food

Famed for their pinchos (tapas), Pamplona and the Navarra region are renowned for the high quality of their local cuisine, with two Michelin-starred restaurants in the city. Traditional dishes include txistorra, a pork-based sausage, and marmitako, a fish stew. Navarra has excellent wines, sidra (cider) and sangria.

3 Nightlife and entertainment

With many clubs in the city, Pamplona can cater for the younger tourists with a vibrant nightlife. The city's many bars, restaurants and festivals make for a lively cultural experience.

4 The Ciudadela

King Philip II ordered its construction in the 16th century, and this fort is still very well kept to this day. It has a characteristic pentagon shape, and can be visited alongside the large park around it.

5 Cathedrals and museums

The Santa Maria Cathedral is probably the most impressive religious sight in the city, and a visit should definitely include the chapel, cloister and painting exhibitions. The Museo de Navarra has collections ranging from Roman artefacts to Middle Ages murals.

Required travel documents for Spain

You should remember some practical information if you intend to travel to Pamplona from London. First of all, the fact that Spain is an hour ahead of the UK. The correct ID should be brought for your trip: no visa is required for travel within the European Union. A valid, possibly biometric, passport or an ID card from an European Economic Area country is all that's required to pass border checks.