Spanish locals love to party and there are fiestas (parties) and celebrations throughout the whole year. Most of the festivals are typically local and the way they are celebrated can vary from town to town. Religion is an important driver of festivals. For example Semana Santa, the Holy Week, is one of the most important festivals in Spain. It is related to Easter and celebrated all throughout Spain, with the biggest spectacle in Seville. But Spain is also well known for more bizarre fiestas such as La Tomatina, which is basically a huge tomato fight, or the San Fermin bull running for the more adventurous runner. Whatever fiesta you choose to join, you will be sure that there will be great food, music, wine and lots of dancing.
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