Festivities and events in Castile-León
We have chosen for you some events not to be missed in Castile-León. Do you want to experience the solemnity of Easter Week? You can do so in any of Spain's provinces, but especially in Valladolid, Zamora, León, Ávila, Palencia and Salamanca, where this religious festivity is considered to be of International Tourist Interest.
More ideas: in Medina del Campo you can travel in time to discover the food and way of life of the 15th and 16th centuries, in its Renaissance Week, or go to the Sanabria International Kayaking Regatta and discover the wonders of an incredibly beautiful nature reserve. And it doesn't end there, because Castile-León also hosts many international events related to the arts, like the Valladolid International Film Festival (Seminci), the “Titirimundi” International Puppet Theatre Festival, and the FIS International Festival in Segovia. And you can choose from pop and rock at the Purple Weekend Festival (León) to electronic music and multimedia theatre at the Castile-León International Art Festival (Salamanca). Why not take a look?
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…Aranda de Duero. Burgos. (Castilla y Leon) Once again this year Aranda de Duero (Burgos) celebrates this feast for the palate, when thousands of visitors flock to enjoy one of the local delicacies, milk-fed roast lamb. T…
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…9005. Burgos. (Castilla y Leon) E-mail: email@example.com . http://www.folcloreburgos.net/. During the third week in July, Burgos hosts the "City of Burgos" International Folk Festival, where more than 800 membe…
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…Miranda de Ebro. Burgos. (Castilla y Leon) http://www.mirandadeebro.es/. This is one of the oldest pilgrimages in the north of Spain. It is a festivity that dates back to the Middle Ages. Its numerous acts end on Monday …
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…Burgos. (Castilla y Leon) http://semanasantaburgos.com/. Easter Week in Burgos is based on the liturgical representations that became important in Castile from the 13th century onwards. In fact, most of the religious bro…