Spanish children celebrate the Epiphany on January 6th, also known as Three Kings’ Day (aka, the Wise Men).
Category: Festivals & Holidays
A shell soup is on the menu this Christmas in Spain…
Here’s how to spend Christmas in Spain.
Mistletoe is BIG in Spain. More so than a tree. Pick some up for the holidays in one of Spain’s many outdoor markets.
In October, the work crews in cities all over Spain start hanging swooping Christmas lights.
Dia de Todos Los Santos, or All Saint’s Day, is celebrated on November 1st.
Take an easy day-trip to Girona from Barcelona to see Temps de Flors, a flower festival held in May.
Chalk drawings on the streets start the party weekend celebrating the Corpus Christi Festival in romantic…
Celebrate Sant Jordi’s Day, or Saint George’s Day, in Catalonia. Like Valentine’s Day, April 23rd is all about romance.
The Easter Rabbit does not hippety-hop down the bunny trail for people in Spain so the godparents tote the load…
Learn about the ‘witches’ of Catalonia on the Day of the Dead…
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Get your copy of Eat Guides and start dining like a local in Barcelona, Spain!
Planning on visiting Valencia during Las Fallas? Make sure to read our tips on how to see these amazing sculptures burn.
What to expect at Las Fallas in Valencia, Spain. Las Fallas are one of Spain’s biggest festivals held each March.