The Albergue „Casa Paderborn” in Pamplona
Dear pilgrim friends,
there’s not much to explain about the situation we’re in now.
The Camino and all its hostels are closed and will remain so for an uncertain time. The facilitated mobility makes it all the more necessary for us today to limit ourselves in order to avoid greater evils.
Let us together help to ensure that the Covid 19 curve does not continue to rise and that we can be on the Camino again.
Our hostel Casa Paderborn is closed since 13.March 2020 and will remain so until at least the end of April. On 23.March 2020 it was handed over to the city of Pamplona to serve as an emergency accommodation.
We hope to be welcoming pilgrims again from March 2021 onwards.
The „Casa Paderborn“ is a municipal Albergue. Since 2006 it is a joint project run by the city of Pamplona and the Saint James Society of its German partner city, Paderborn.
After crossing the ancient St.Magdalena bridge you turn to the left and after 1/4 mile you find the Albergue in a traditional house, typical for this region. It is situated in a park on the banks of the river „Arga”, only 600-700 m from the Plaza del Castillo or the cathedral.
Playa de Caparroso 6
– total of 26 beds, in five rooms with 4, 6 and 8 beds
– small garden with patio
– open from beginning of March until the end of October
– opening daily at 1 p.m. / luggage can be left in from 10 a.m.
– room for bicycles
– washing and drying machine
– WiFi available, fridge
– breakfast served from 6 – 7.30 a.m. / no use of kitchen
– prices: bed 7 €; breakfast 3 €.
Teams consisting of 2 voluntary hospitaleros take it in turn to run the albergue every 3 weeks. Of course they have done a lot of miles on Saint-James-Ways themselves!
Every year the Casa Paderborn is frequented by approximately 5.000 pilgrims. Here are the Statistics for 2019
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even if we don’t understand everything we find in our guest-book: we love it ….