Holy Week in Spain is the annual commemoration of the Passion of Jesus Christ celebrated by more
The Carnival of Santa Cruz de Tenerife, one of the most important festivities that congregates more
Santa Claus may have gone back to the North Pole to rest, but it doesn’t mean the gift-giving (and receiving) is over, at least not for the millions of children in Spain anxiously awaiting â€śEl DĂa de los Reyesâ€ť Celebration on January 6th. more
The king of Spain supervises the rising of the Spanish national flag in the centre of Madrid on Hispanic Day. more
One of Spain’s most famous (andÂ deadly) traditions – the Running of the Bulls – is part of a week-long festival honoring the martyred Saint Fermin.
The culture of Spain includes many very old and quirky traditions and stories, and we want people to be able to experience them here in Melbourne! more