A big party, bulls, and red bandannas around the neck. Do you know what we’re talking about? The is what most people think of when they think of Sanfermines. However, the festival in Pamplona is much more than a drunk people and young men running through the streets being chased by bulls. The people who live in or are from Pamplona know what we’re talking about. From July 6th to the 14th, the capital of Navarra shows off lots of traditions and customs typical of the festivals that are known by the people who crowd the streets as “Lo Viejo” in these days. Also, these activities usually take place during the day, so they are filled with children and the elderly as well as the stereotypical San Fermín crowd. Don’t be deceived! If you don’t read this article, you’ll never know what the real San Fermín is like.