festivals



Everyone’s favorite time of the year is quickly approaching, time for spring break! If you’re plan to spend your spring break somewhere sizzling, colorful and fun, then Spain might just offer everything that you need. For those with a thing for crazed soccer fans, flamenco dancing, bull fighting and beautiful yet […]

Spring Break in Spain


Like many other European countries, Spain celebrates Christmas in fervor with elaborate belens (Nativity scene figurines), glittering lighting and massive Christmas markets. These markets feature rows upon rows of booths bursting with colorful candies, local produce, traditional sweets and gift items. Although these markets are scattered across Spanish cities and towns, […]

Christmas Markets in Spain




Christmas markets are sprinkled throughout Barcelona; if you don’t find anything in one you can always hop over to another to hunt down goodies and unique gifts. Although the Christmas markets in Barcelona can barely compare to the main market in Madrid in sheer size, there are quite a few […]

Christmas Markets in Barcelona




The Three Kings Day or Epiphany (Dia de los Reyes Magos) falls on January 6 in Spain, celebrated with fervor that involves plenty of gifts, sweets and parades. In fact, it is often regarded as the most important festival in Spain all year round, even more so than New Year’s […]

Three Kings Day (Epiphany) in Spain


The Spaniards are best known for their festive parties and hedonistic indulgence. New Year celebrations are no exceptions — expect phenomenal feasting, plenty of dressing up, drinking and partying till dawn. From Christmas Day till the Three Kings’ Day (Dia de Los Reyes Magos) on 6th January, the celebrations almost […]

New Years in Spain


Each September, Granada pays homage to its patron virgin, la Virgen de las Angustias (translated to mean Our Lady of Sorrows). With a series of activities, concerts and food fair, the festival is celebrated with much vigor in the Andalusian city. The religious festival is still seen as an important […]

Traditional Festival in Granada: Fiesta de la Virgen de las ...