All you need to know about Fallas!
If you’re in Valencia, you must have heard about the Fallas festival! But do you know what it's all about? With only a few days to go until we begin to celebrate Fallas 2023, we'd like to introduce you to
All you need to know about El Día de Los Reyes Magos
Celebrated as an annual public holiday in Spain, El Día de Los Reyes Magos or The Day of the Three Kings is seen as an event even bigger than Christmas! Held every year on January the 5th and 6th, it's
Did You Know These Spanish Holiday Traditions?
. The holidays will look a little different this year with Covid regulations limiting our social events and traditions. There's a 10 person limit on Christmas and New Year celebrations, travel restrictions are in place across Spain and the nighttime curfew
What’s the ‘San Vicente Ferrer’ Holiday?
In case you didn’t know, on Monday 20th April, Valencians will celebrate the local holiday known as “San Vicente Ferrer”. They don’t have a fixed date for celebrating it, because every year it takes place on the second Monday of Easter. Next
How Easter is Celebrated in Spain
Easter, also locally known as 'Semana Santa' (Holy week), is one of the most important celebrations in Spain. Although celebrations won't be happening this year, we wanted to give you an idea of how this holiday is usually celebrated in
Upcoming Gastronomy Festivals in Valencia
Food in the region of Valencia offers a variety of traditional flavors and culinary delights! As part of the Mediterranean family, Valencian cuisine is full of delicious and healthy recipes, based around fresh fish, seafood, rice, fruit, and vegetables. Although paella
What’s the Three Kings Day?
The Day of the Three Kings in Spain means it's time for presents, a gorgeous parade full of sweets, music and fireworks! Did you know that in many Spanish homes, the main event of the holidays is not on Christmas Day
New Year’s Traditions & Events in Valencia
If you happen to be in Valencia during New Year's, we have put together a list of activities happening in the city so you don't miss any of the festivities, not to mention to help you be inspired by the New Year's
Spanish Christmas Traditions
Apart from the streets being filled with Christmas lights making the town seem magical in itself, we’ve put together a list of a few Spanish traditions around this time of year, as well as a few non-Spanish traditions. We hope
2 Upcoming Holidays: Spanish Constitution Day & Immaculate Conception Day!
Did you know there are two national holidays this week?! That’s right, both Friday, December 6th and Sunday, December 8th are celebrated throughout the entire country. So what are they and what do they represent? Continue reading to find out