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Pamplona is the capital of Navarra in the North of Spain. Because of its location of 449 metres above the sea level in the "Cuenca de Pamplona" between the Pyrenees and Cantabrian Mountains and Mediterranean sea, Pamplona has a diverse climate affected by mild and wet weather from the Atlantic, a warm and dry influence from the Mediterranean and cold winds from the Pyrenees.
Although the average annual temperature in the city is a cool 13ºC, the weather changes dramatically from one season to the next. The cold winter season begins in late October and lasts until mid-April, when temperatures can range from 1ºC -7ºC. Winter is the rainy season here with lots of showers, but the summers can be really hot getting as high as 35ºC in July and August.
Spring (May-June) and Autumn (September-October) are the best seasons to visit this area as it offers mild pleasant sunny days and virtually no tourists.
One of its most busy times is durung the Bull Runing Fiesta which takes place in the late autumn.
By Linda Craik Google+