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Spain’s Carnival Traditions Come to Life Again

The Carnival in Spain is a lively and colorful celebration that takes place throughout the country. This year, after two years of restrictions due to the pandemic, the Carnival has come to life again, and people are excited to celebrate with costumes, masks, and songs.

 

Some cities in Spain are known for their Carnival celebrations and have been recognized as International Tourist Festivals for their cultural values, popular tradition, and tourist attraction. Among these cities is Cádiz, the capital of the province of the same name, where the Carnival has a long tradition that dates back to the Middle Ages. The Carnival in Cádiz is characterized by its satirical humor and eccentric characters that represent different aspects of Spanish society.

The “chirigotas,” which are musical groups that perform humorous songs, are one of the most popular features of the Carnival. This year, the Carnival in Cádiz will take place from February 16 to 26, and it will include the Official Contest of Carnival Groups and the Magna Parade.

 

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Another city that is famous for its Carnival celebration is Santa Cruz de Tenerife, the capital of the island of Tenerife. The Carnival in Santa Cruz de Tenerife is known for its bright parades and colorful costumes, which fill the streets with joy and excitement. The highlight of the Carnival is the Gala of the Carnival Queen, where the most beautiful and elegant woman is crowned as the Queen of the Carnival. The Carnival in Santa Cruz de Tenerife will take place from January 20 to February 26.

 

 

Las Palmas de Gran Canaria is another city in Spain that has been declared an International Tourist Festival for its Carnival celebration. The Carnival in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria is known for its vibrant and exotic atmosphere, with music and dance performances from all over the world. This year, the Carnival in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria will take place from February 10 to March 5.

Águilas, a town in the region of Murcia, is also known for its Carnival celebration, which is divided into two parts: the Day Carnival and the Night Carnival. During the Day Carnival, groups perform choreographies on the streets, while the Night Carnival includes costume contests and parades. The Carnival in Águilas will last for a month, from February 10 to March 10.

 

 

Finally, the capital of Badajoz, a city located in the west of Spain, is also recognized as an International Tourist Festival for its Carnival celebration. The Carnival in Badajoz is known for its comparsas parades, which are groups of people who perform dances and songs in elaborate costumes.

The Carnival in Spain is a unique and exciting celebration that brings people together to enjoy the culture, tradition, and joy of life. Whether in Cádiz, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Águilas, or Badajoz, the Carnival in Spain is a feast for the senses and a celebration of the diversity and richness of Spanish culture.

 

 

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