Run with the Bulls in Spain

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Itinerary

Day 1 (July 5)– Arrival

Arrive in Pamplona at any time, and meet the rest of the group.  

Enjoy an orientation walk around the old town of Pamplona, and learn about its fascinating history and the customs surrounding the San Fermin festival.

Get a chance to walk through and get familiar with the bull run course, before the crowds – and bulls – arrive.

Savour some authentic Spanish wine and pintxos (the Basque version of tapas).

Day 2 (July 6)- The opening ceremonies (Chupinazo)

Watch the lighting of the chupinazo rocket, which marks the official start of the San Fermin celebrations.

Join the locals in uncorking bottles of cava and sangria and spraying it all around. You will be stained red and purple by the end of it!

This is the wildest party on Earth, literally, so be prepared.

Day 3 (July 7)- Running of the Bulls

Learn about some tips and tricks to survive and thrive in the Running of the Bulls, from a course given by Chase himself, who is an expert and has run it multiple times.

Participate in the inaugural Running of the Bulls!

Day 4 (July 8)– Balcony

Watch the Running of the Bulls from a private balcony, and snap some truly captivating photos.  

Run with the bulls again, if you desire and if you dare. Or go for the first time if you didn’t build up the nerve on the first day.

Optional: Watch a recortadores, an acrobatic bullfight where the bull is not even touched, just avoided acrobatically. It is a non-violent alternative to a bullfight, yet certainly no less entertaining. 

Day 5 (July 9)– Relax and explore

Walk around the town of Pamplona to snap the photos that perfectly capture the essence of this epic festival barely contained in this historic town.

Watch the fireworks display in the Old Citadel, held nightly during San Fermin. 

Day 6 (July 10)– San Sebastian

Take a short journey to San Sebastian (1 hour away from Pamplona) for a fun and relaxing day trip.

Explore some of the city’s oldest and most authentic neighborhoods, from the seat of a bike, while a local tour guide tells you about the history and culture of the region.

Visit traditional and modern pintxo bars, on a guided gastronomic tour in a city that frequently tops lists of the world’s best places to eat.

Swim and relax on La Concha beach, often said to be the most beautiful city beach in Europe.

Head back to Pamplona for the night.

Day 7 (July 11)– Final day of the adventure

Run with the bulls one more time. Seize the opportunity for this unique and once-in-a-lifetime event!

Immortalize your courage by having photos and videos taken of you by our private photographer, as you run with the bulls, if you choose.

Enjoy a big delicious Spanish dinner to finish our trip and look back on the wild adventure we had together.

Day 8 (July 12)– Departure

Say goodbye to your Spanish lovers and new friends.

Depart from Pamplona at any time.

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Run with the Bulls in Spain

July 5, 2019
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July 12, 2019

Run with the Bulls at the San Fermin Festival in Spain

You will explore the old town of Pamplona before it gets trampled by tourists and bulls alike. You will savor authentic Spanish wine and pintxos. Adrenaline will surge through your blood as you run with the bulls, in what is possibly the most intense festival on Earth!

What To Expect

The week of a lifetime, as you learn about Basque life, conquer your fear of bulls, and party like a rock star. Try not to get gored!

What's Included

  • High quality accommodations in Pamplona
  • Three meals a day
  • Access to a private balcony for the Running of the Bulls, for one day
  • A guided day trip to San Sebastian, including all transportation, and a gastronomic bike tour around town
  • An English-speaking guide who is an expert in San Fermin and has run with the bulls multiple times
  • A private videographer to capture photos and videos of you running with the bulls

Itinerary

Day 1 (July 5)– Arrival

Arrive in Pamplona at any time, and meet the rest of the group.  

Enjoy an orientation walk around the old town of Pamplona, and learn about its fascinating history and the customs surrounding the San Fermin festival.

Get a chance to walk through and get familiar with the bull run course, before the crowds – and bulls – arrive.

Savour some authentic Spanish wine and pintxos (the Basque version of tapas).

Day 2 (July 6)- The opening ceremonies (Chupinazo)

Watch the lighting of the chupinazo rocket, which marks the official start of the San Fermin celebrations.

Join the locals in uncorking bottles of cava and sangria and spraying it all around. You will be stained red and purple by the end of it!

This is the wildest party on Earth, literally, so be prepared.

Day 3 (July 7)- Running of the Bulls

Learn about some tips and tricks to survive and thrive in the Running of the Bulls, from a course given by Chase himself, who is an expert and has run it multiple times.

Participate in the inaugural Running of the Bulls!

Day 4 (July 8)– Balcony

Watch the Running of the Bulls from a private balcony, and snap some truly captivating photos.  

Run with the bulls again, if you desire and if you dare. Or go for the first time if you didn’t build up the nerve on the first day.

Optional: Watch a recortadores, an acrobatic bullfight where the bull is not even touched, just avoided acrobatically. It is a non-violent alternative to a bullfight, yet certainly no less entertaining. 

Day 5 (July 9)– Relax and explore

Walk around the town of Pamplona to snap the photos that perfectly capture the essence of this epic festival barely contained in this historic town.

Watch the fireworks display in the Old Citadel, held nightly during San Fermin. 

Day 6 (July 10)– San Sebastian

Take a short journey to San Sebastian (1 hour away from Pamplona) for a fun and relaxing day trip.

Explore some of the city’s oldest and most authentic neighborhoods, from the seat of a bike, while a local tour guide tells you about the history and culture of the region.

Visit traditional and modern pintxo bars, on a guided gastronomic tour in a city that frequently tops lists of the world’s best places to eat.

Swim and relax on La Concha beach, often said to be the most beautiful city beach in Europe.

Head back to Pamplona for the night.

Day 7 (July 11)– Final day of the adventure

Run with the bulls one more time. Seize the opportunity for this unique and once-in-a-lifetime event!

Immortalize your courage by having photos and videos taken of you by our private photographer, as you run with the bulls, if you choose.

Enjoy a big delicious Spanish dinner to finish our trip and look back on the wild adventure we had together.

Day 8 (July 12)– Departure

Say goodbye to your Spanish lovers and new friends.

Depart from Pamplona at any time.

Itinerary

Day 1 (July 5)– Arrival

Arrive in Pamplona at any time, and meet the rest of the group.  

Enjoy an orientation walk around the old town of Pamplona, and learn about its fascinating history and the customs surrounding the San Fermin festival.

Get a chance to walk through and get familiar with the bull run course, before the crowds – and bulls – arrive.

Savour some authentic Spanish wine and pintxos (the Basque version of tapas).

Day 2 (July 6)- The opening ceremonies (Chupinazo)

Watch the lighting of the chupinazo rocket, which marks the official start of the San Fermin celebrations.

Join the locals in uncorking bottles of cava and sangria and spraying it all around. You will be stained red and purple by the end of it!

This is the wildest party on Earth, literally, so be prepared.

Day 3 (July 7)- Running of the Bulls

Learn about some tips and tricks to survive and thrive in the Running of the Bulls, from a course given by Chase himself, who is an expert and has run it multiple times.

Participate in the inaugural Running of the Bulls!

Day 4 (July 8)– Balcony

Watch the Running of the Bulls from a private balcony, and snap some truly captivating photos.  

Run with the bulls again, if you desire and if you dare. Or go for the first time if you didn’t build up the nerve on the first day.

Optional: Watch a recortadores, an acrobatic bullfight where the bull is not even touched, just avoided acrobatically. It is a non-violent alternative to a bullfight, yet certainly no less entertaining. 

Day 5 (July 9)– Relax and explore

Walk around the town of Pamplona to snap the photos that perfectly capture the essence of this epic festival barely contained in this historic town.

Watch the fireworks display in the Old Citadel, held nightly during San Fermin. 

Day 6 (July 10)– San Sebastian

Take a short journey to San Sebastian (1 hour away from Pamplona) for a fun and relaxing day trip.

Explore some of the city’s oldest and most authentic neighborhoods, from the seat of a bike, while a local tour guide tells you about the history and culture of the region.

Visit traditional and modern pintxo bars, on a guided gastronomic tour in a city that frequently tops lists of the world’s best places to eat.

Swim and relax on La Concha beach, often said to be the most beautiful city beach in Europe.

Head back to Pamplona for the night.

Day 7 (July 11)– Final day of the adventure

Run with the bulls one more time. Seize the opportunity for this unique and once-in-a-lifetime event!

Immortalize your courage by having photos and videos taken of you by our private photographer, as you run with the bulls, if you choose.

Enjoy a big delicious Spanish dinner to finish our trip and look back on the wild adventure we had together.

Day 8 (July 12)– Departure

Say goodbye to your Spanish lovers and new friends.

Depart from Pamplona at any time.

Chase is the Founder of The Bucketlist Lifestyle. He is passionate about showing the world to likeminded people and having fun doing it. Chase is an expert adventurer and guide who has the passport stamps and scars to prove it! He's pumped, you should be too!

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-Chase Boehringer

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