Few stages offer a three-dimensional perspective; past, present, and future, in a space so full of art, culture, tradition, and history.
Navarre is blessed with exceptional cultural heritage, which is the perfect backdrop for any MICE event.
The Pamplona cathedral complex is one of Europe’s most extensive, and is home to buildings from the 11th, 12th, 15th, and 18th centuries, as well as the award-winning exhibition ‘Occidens’, which was inaugurated in 2012. The visible archaeological remains date back to the Iron Age, and the works of art exhibited cover nearly every style, from Flemish altarpieces to Roman and Gothic sculptures, including a valuable display of religious treasure in the form of shrines and liturgical objects.
The Gothic temple with Neoclassical façade and its two towers, cloister, over-cloister, and larder, not to mention the refectory, ancient dining hall of the cannon and its corresponding kitchen, used as a museum room and auditorium for concerts, conferences, congresses, and banquets, are an open invitation to all visitors to the city.
In the last four years, more than two-hundred thousand people were able to enjoy this complex, which has not turned its back on its projects, but rather continues to be at once a beacon of religion and tourism.