These red pieces worn by the participants in the Running of the Bulls are probably the most suitable type of souvenir to take home from Pamplona. The scarfs are called pañuelos and fajas. The first type is tied around the neck, and the latter is used as a waistband. You can find such memorabilia all around the city, especially in the Old Town.
Another San Fermin related item. Espadrilles are a pair of sandals traditionally associated with the July events. These type of shoes is now rarely used when the time comes for the Running of the Bulls. However, it is very typical for the Navarre region, and you can find it everywhere.
Bull figurine or T-shirt
It has to be something related to the Encierro, right? So, it might be a bull figurine or a T-shirt with the San Fermin symbols and imagery. Sure, you can settle for the magnets, but there are much more original kinds of memorabilia dedicated to the Running of the Bulls.
Bota de Vino
It might sound like a “bottle of wine,” which is indeed an excellent idea for a gift from Navarre. The wines from that province and the nearby Rioja are one of the best in Spain. Well, Bota de Vino actually stands for those leather bottles which are very popular in Pamplona and other parts of the country. You can combine a bottle of wine and Bota de Vino as a brilliant gift package.
Camino de Santiago Memorabilia
Since Pamplona is the first major Spanish city on the French route of Camino de Santiago, there is a broad spectrum of souvenirs dedicated to it. T-shirts, backpacks, flasks, umbrellas, maps, hiking sticks – you can find such Camino related items on Estafeta street and other locations in the Old Town.