The Running of the Bulls, also known as the San Fermin Festival, is an annual event held in Pamplona, Spain. It is part of the larger festival of San Fermin, which takes place from July 6th to 14th. The Running of the Bulls is the most famous event of the festival and it typically takes place at 8:00 am every day from July 7th to 14th.
During the event, a group of bulls are released from a corral and run through the streets of Pamplona, followed by a group of people known as “runners” or “mozos.” The runners attempt to outrun the bulls as they make their way through the streets to the bullring, where the bulls will later be used for bullfighting.
The festival is considered a traditional event and it has been celebrated since the 14th century, and it is a popular tourist attraction. It is important to note that the festival is considered dangerous and several injuries and deaths have occurred in the past.