Champagne corks skyrocket as revelers celebrate a saint martyred hundreds of years ago. Bands play in the cobblestone streets all night, and barrooms swell with adventurous travelers from all corners of the globe.
Pamplona's Fiesta has been described as "the best week you can live on the planet," and this book takes you to the epicenter of the grand festival in Spain's Basque country.
Amazing portrayal. Very accurate and helpful in trying to runPublished 26 days ago by Kevin M. Willmot
This book brings happy memories to me. Two years ago Hermann my companion and me were in Pamplona. It is nice city. Not too many fascists. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Jürgen von Steinkellner
An outstanding work that could only be written by one who has been there. Mouton takes us into the streets with the bulls and to the tables of the barrio bars as he makes us part... Read morePublished 23 months ago by Joseph E. LeBlanc, Jr.
Don't even think about going to Pamplona without reading this first!
Ray Mouton's Pamplona: Running the bulls bars and barrios of Sanfermin is the ultimate and... Read more
Whilst unavoidably orientated to North American aficionados this is a brilliant book which goes behind the scenes to tell the story of why thousands are drawn back to Pamplona from... Read morePublished on August 10, 2008 by David J. Lewis
This book is an excellent account of what exactly happens during the Festival of San Fermin at Pamplona. Read morePublished on August 3, 2008 by emmalucinda
I truely enjoyed this book. Someday I will get there and also live the legend of this city that Ernest made popular- though it was doing just fine without him. Read morePublished on September 25, 2007 by firemc2
The best book ever written about Sanfermines, the festival of San Fermin known to many as the running of the bulls. This truly is a guide to Fiesta. Read morePublished on September 25, 2007 by Jonathan Knowles
The best book I have ever read on San Fermin!!!!! It captures the very heart and soul of fiesta-the Alegria. Read morePublished on August 22, 2007 by hammerhead