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Festivities in Valencia

Festivities in Valencia




Thousands of decorative lights adorn a city awakening from a deep sleep and looking for some fun; the people are preparing for the greatest of all the festivals…


Valencia has many Christmas traditions, some of the most important of which are described below.


Easter week is extended with the festivals of San Vicente Ferrer, the Patron Saint of the Valencian Community. Tradition demands a visit to his birthplace, now a chapel, where the children…


This is a festival that dates back to 1355 and is centred on a solemn procession in which Sacramento was accompanied by the authorities and clergymen of the city. They followed an itinerary…


Vicente was a young deacon who was martyred in Valencia by order of the Roman emperor Diocleciano in the year 303, a deed that caused great unrest among the people of the city...


Easter Week is celebrated with solemnity in the maritime towns of Valencia and has three main events: The Procession of the Palm Leaves, the Procession of the Holy Burial and…


The second Sunday in May sees the festival of Our Lady of the Forsaken, another patron saint of the city. The Valencian people feel great devotion to this virgin, who they affectionately…


This fair was inaugurated on the 21st of July 1871, with a colourful cavalcade, pavilions, a botanical exhibition and the sale of all kinds of local products...

9 de Octubre  

On the 9th of October every year, the people of Valencia celebrate the national day of their autonomous region. This is a historical commemoration of the date in 1238 when King James I officially entered the city of Valencia, freeing it from Moorish rule.

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