Constitution day in Spanish Dia de la Constitucion is a national celebration of Spain which takes place 6th of December.
The spooky day of 31st of October is approaching and if you are a fan of Halloween for sure it is important for you to know how it is celebrated in Spain.
La Patum biggest celebration of Berga, city near Barcelona, Catalonia. The Celebration announced as heritage of Humanity by UNESCO, offers dances, songs, mythical figures such as L’Aliga, fireworks adrenaline and lots of fun!
Celebration of the Virgen del Carmen in Spain – the patron of the mariners and fishermen.
International Women’s day in Spain Dia International de la Mujer, with strikes, hashtag #NosotrasParamos, gender inequality, lower female salaries addressing
Who has not heard about the most populated and the second largest region of Spain called Andalucia? Date, Celebration, Andalusian flag and more
Valentines day in Spain or San Valentin. Popularity, way of celebration, most popular gifts between Spanish people. Difference from Sant Jordi of Catalunya.
Carnival of Malaga, Carnaval De Malaga, Spain, celebration which hits after Christmas, New Years & The Three Kings. No less impressive than Carnival de Cadiz
New Yea eve or Nochevieja, Ano nuevo celebration in Spain. 12 grapes, tradition and Cava, campagne. Fireworks, christmas music. luck prediction and more
Christmas is just around the corner and the spirit and joy is spreading around Spain through christmas lights, christmas trees, Belen & other essential symbols
National Day of Spain locally known as Fiesta Nacional de Espana is one of the most important dates of the year in Spain. If you live in Spain you must see it!
Visit Malaga in August during the Feria! Learn what you can expect during this festival of the biggest Costa del Sol town Malaga. Check events and places
The Romería de El Rocío is one of the biggest and most famous romerias in Spain. If you are in Andalucia during that period of time don’t be surprised to see
La Noche en Blanco (White night) or Nuit Blanche celebration is around the corner in Malaga and it is returning to Madrid. Lets get to know about it!
Easter in Spain is annual celebration lasting entire week which is called Holy Week or Semana Santa in Spanish. Learn about processions, traditions & much more!