Las Fallas Valencia, a week full of events, food, cold drinks, sun and a lot of fun.
Las Fallas Valencia festival
Las Fallas Valencia is being held to celebrate the beginning of spring. With its 1 million visitors every year, it has become the biggest street festival in Europe. The last week of Las Fallas festival is called ”la semana fallera” where the festival has its climax.
Las Fallas festival
The whole city is decorated with amazing Fallas during this festival. Las Fallas are the immense dolls created by locals. The most expensive Falla has cost over one million dollars! It is a very important festival for the people of Valencia where they execute a lot of special traditions.
The end of Las Fallas festival is called ”La Crema”. Initiated by a lot of fireworks where all dolls are set on fire.
Of course there are a lot of events and traditions where we could talk about, but the most important question is: why should you visit Las Fallas Valencia as a student?
Why you should visit Las Fallas festival Valencia as a student.
The answer is very simple. Las Fallas festival Valencia is the biggest street festival in Europe where you, as a student, can experience the most interesting traditions of the Valencian community. The last week is the most important part of the festival. From Wednesday to Sunday all sorts of events can be found throughout the streets, from dawn till dawn.
Many podiums are build up where the Spanish hits scream through the speakers. Every street event has its own bar outside and all of the other bars and restaurants are open for those who prefer to hang out in another atmosphere.
Furthermore, all clubs are open from Wednesday to Sunday and those who can’t get enough, have the possibility to switch from the street festivals to the clubs and back to the street without a break, 24 hours a day.
One month of events and Valencian traditions which ends with a week of party and entertainment: that is Las Fallas Valencia. The most touristic event of the city and the biggest street festival in Europe.
And, therefore absolutely a must see for every student and Spain lover!