Today marks the first day of the week-long Pamplona bull run.
This controversial tradition sees six bulls and four oxen being released on the narrow cobbled streets of Pamplona old town on an 850m course – surrounded by hundreds of people who volunteer to run alongside them.
The aggravated bulls are then led to the city’s ancient bull ring where they are chased by up to eight men with spears and killed.
This tradition has resulted in the death of 16 people and many more animals since records began in 1910.
Every year activists protest the event and call for the abolition of bullfighting.
Here are some of the other unethical activities to be avoided while you’re on your travels.