Every town and village in Andalucia has its own feria or fair, and it would be possible, if one had superhuman powers of endurance, to spend the whole summer following them about the region. The summer annual feria originated in the middle ages, and was the principal means of interchange of local products within the kingdom. The 'day fair' traditionally takes place in the streets of the town itself. Streets are closed to traffic, and businesses close for the week as well. Tables and chairs are set up and the bars serve food and drink in the street with music playing on every corner. People of all ages sing and dance, and visitors are always welcome.
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As you may be aware, Andalucia is filled with fascinating cultural events throughout the year. Whilst many of these festivals take place on the date indicated each year, others will move slightly in relation to the day of the week, the religious calendar or occasionally the weather. Some say it was King Carlos III in the 18th century, who was given some rotten sardines, and ordered them to be buried. Then the fish is either buried or barbecued seems a shame to waste a good sardine, although large, beautifully painted papier mache models are also used , then the eating and drinking starts, and sometimes firework displays too.
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This is one of the oldest and most spectacular celebrations of its kind held in Spain. You will be entertained by street bands, dancing, amazing parades during the six days the festivities go on, not forgetting the deafening sound of gunpowder as it is fired off day and night. February is the start of the Spanish carnival season which offers some of the best celebrations anywhere in the world easily rivalling those of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The best are to be found in Tenerife and Cadiz where the street parties are world renowned.
The fiesta season in Seville moves up a notch as spring arrives in the beautiful capital city of Andalucia. Officially the Fair begins at midnight on the Monday which falls two weeks after Semana Santa ending the following Sunday at midnight with a spectacular firework display over the Guadadalquivir River. The proposed dates of the Feria for the next few years are as follows, however, do be warned that these dates are subject to change so you should confirm them with an official Seville Tourism authority before booking a trip:. The origins of the Fair can be traced back to a cattle fair which took place on the grounds of the Prado de Sebastian in