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Festivals in Seville, Spain

A good way to know Seville is through its colourful festivals! Most of them are in spring and you’ll find it very interesting that people dress up for these occasions.

Two of the most impressive festivals take place in this time of the year: Easter, which has a religious significance with its traditional processions and the Feria de Abril, which is a colorful and joyful manifestation of the authentic folklore of this land.

A series of fairs in some villages are similar but smaller versions of the Seville Fair, where you can find flamenco dresses, loads of dancing and wine. Sounds like a real party? Indeed, it is! The most important part of Easter are the processions and their “pasos”, which are genuine artworks. In them, the music becomes very important and the impromptu ""saetas” which are emotional religious song are really impressive!

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Top Festivals in Seville, Spain

  • Feria de Seville is a huge annual event on the extensive list of festivals taking place in the city. Go to the Feria and learn to dance the popular „sevillanas”. Relax afterwards with a refreshing rebujito!
  • Seville has been holding its own celebrations during Semana Santa which is the week before Easter since the 16th century.They have become universally famous for their massive procession of pasos performing different episodes of the Passion of Jesus Christ.
  • Corpus Christi is a religious held sixty day after Easter Sunday and is celebrated with a procession, similar to Semana Santa. The city is decorated with colorful flower petals and the balconies are draped with traditional shawls.
  • The biggest celebration of the Guadalquivir river is the Velá (night) of Santa Ana, held in the sailors’ neighborhood Triana. It takes place on July, the atmosphere is really local and you have the chance to taste their tapas!
  • El Rocío pilgrimage is celebrated in Almonte, outside of Seville. There are many fraternities in Seville in connection with this festivity, so they celebrate it by doing a walking pilgrim or riding colourful wagons to El Rocío village.
  • The 5th of January is the day before Day of Epiphany, when the three kings bring gifts to the baby Jesus. This story is revived with the parade called “Cabalgata de los Reyes Magos” and it’s a special day for children.
  • Weddings in Andalusia are major events for families. People get really dressed up for weddings, it’s a real fashion catwalk show!
  • The European Film Festival is a popular event among students and cinema lovers. They show about 200 european movies every year and talented European filmmakers come to held conferences or introduce their movies.

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Top 3 Festivals in Seville, Spain

  • You can smell the aromas of orange blossom and incense all over the streets. More than 50,000 people put on traditional robes (they’re called „nazarenos”) and participate in the parade in 58 organised processions, while the "costaleros" carry the pasos (religious statues) on their shoulders. There are processions in the evening and at night every day!
  • Seville was a pioneer in the creation of the “Cabalgata de los Reyes Magos” and then the habbit was extended in all Spain. Children are eagerly awaiting this procession since the people on the big floats are throwing candies and small gifts to them. This day is fun for all ages!
  • During the Feria  de Seville celebration,  dresses are really important. The city's men flock to the event dressed in short jackets, boots and chaps, and the women wearing colorful dresses with ruffles. La feria originally started as a cattle trading fair in 1847 but now has become the center of flamenco music and culture. It normally starts 2 weeks after Semana Santa (Holy Week) and ends with a massive fireworks display the following Sunday at midnight.