Tourist Routes / Pilgrims’ route to Santiago

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This route through the city will lead the visitor around the customary circuit followed by pilgrims passing through Pamplona – the first city on the popular French Route. After they cross the Arga by the Bridge of La Magdalena, they will visit the churches and medieval streets of the old city – the most representative points, the churches and their Jacobean symbols. As the Pilgrims’ Route to Santiago fostered trade and the flow of people over the centuries, this made it possible for Pamplona to grow with the founding of the burghs of San Cernin and San Nicolás, populated mainly by French and Navarrese.