The religious object keeps numerous inestimable artifacts. The right tower of the Cathedral is crowned with a huge bell being the largest one in Spain. The weight of the bell is 12 tons. It was casted in the end of the 16th century. The huge bell has been ringing in the city for more than four centuries. During an observation tour travelers will have a chance to look into the cathedral to fully enjoy its inner decoration which features refinement of forms and unique luxury.
The same interesting historical landmark is the Royal Palace built in the middle of the 19th century. A walk through its winding halls and estimation of its interior design will be of great interest for every tourist. Not far from the Palace tourists will find a building of the Archives of Navarra which was established as far back as in the 17th century. It keeps numerous ancient documents, maps and other historical artifacts telling the visitors of significant events in the history of the city.
A perfect place for promenades will be a scenic square named the Plaza del Castillo. In the nearest neighborhood of the square travelers will find several significant spots of tourist attraction among which the Navarra Palace deserves particular attention. This majestic sample of baroque style is free to visit. The throne room is considered to be the most beautiful one among numerous halls of the palace. The main decoration of the room is a huge portrait of the King of Spain Ferdinand VII which was created by famous artist Goya.