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Valencia welcomes the spring with its Fallas every year

Las Fallas is the most international festival of Valencia. In a contest of art, ingenuity and good taste, the week of 19 March, the city was filled with gigantic cardboard monuments, ninots. For months preparing the monumental and ephemeral cardboard statues that fire devours during a unique spectacle.

The origin of the celebration comes to the Carpenter´s parrot: wooden were used like lamps to light their workshops in winter and burned in the street one day before the day of San José.

At first they look like human forms wearing old clothes but in the mid-nineteenth century; they began to increase in size and height, becoming huge decorative statues.

Although the most important events are held during the week of 19 March, Valencia prepared the festive atmosphere from 1 March with the mascletás, firework displays taking place every day at 14.00 hours in the Plaza del Ayuntamiento. Finally comes the night of 15 March, when the traditional plantà fault occurs. It works all night long to install more than 700 figures in the streets and squares of the city.

Some even begin to ride days ago; these huge statues can reach up to 20 meters high. The morning of the 16th, Valencia dawns inhabited by caricatures and satirical representations, with great sense of humor, criticize politicians, celebrities and the most important events of the news.

Another of the most exciting moments of the Fallas is the floral offering to the Virgin, when the Fallas parade on 17 and 18 March, and in honor of the patron, the make a mountain of flowers of 14 meters high. Festivals, parades, bullfights, contests and other activities complete the festive program.

Plan your Incentive in Spain already for next year during these festivities in Valencia!

During this trip you will discover the city and the different celebration like the Planta, the firework, the fallas streetlight display, the Crema, etc.Las Fallas is the most international festival of Valencia. In a contest of art, ingenuity and good taste, the week of 19 March, the city was filled with gigantic cardboard monuments, ninots. For months preparing the monumental and ephemeral cardboard statues that fire devours during a unique spectacle.

The origin of the celebration comes to the Carpenter´s parrot: wooden were used like lamps to light their workshops in winter and burned in the street one day before the day of San José.

At first they look like human forms wearing old clothes but in the mid-nineteenth century; they began to increase in size and height, becoming huge decorative statues.

Although the most important events are held during the week of 19 March, Valencia prepared the festive atmosphere from 1 March with the mascletás, firework displays taking place every day at 14.00 hours in the Plaza del Ayuntamiento. Finally comes the night of 15 March, when the traditional plantà fault occurs. It works all night long to install more than 700 figures in the streets and squares of the city.

Some even begin to ride days ago; these huge statues can reach up to 20 meters high. The morning of the 16th, Valencia dawns inhabited by caricatures and satirical representations, with great sense of humor, criticize politicians, celebrities and the most important events of the news.

Another of the most exciting moments of the Fallas is the floral offering to the Virgin, when the Fallas parade on 17 and 18 March, and in honor of the patron, the make a mountain of flowers of 14 meters high. Festivals, parades, bullfights, contests and other activities complete the festive program.

Plan your Incentive in Spain already for next year during these festivities in Valencia!

During this trip you will discover the city and the different celebration like the Planta, the firework, the fallas streetlight display, the Crema, etc.Las Fallas is the most international festival of Valencia. In a contest of art, ingenuity and good taste, the week of 19 March, the city was filled with gigantic cardboard monuments, ninots. For months preparing the monumental and ephemeral cardboard statues that fire devours during a unique spectacle.

The origin of the celebration comes to the Carpenter´s parrot: wooden were used like lamps to light their workshops in winter and burned in the street one day before the day of San José.

At first they look like human forms wearing old clothes but in the mid-nineteenth century; they began to increase in size and height, becoming huge decorative statues.

Although the most important events are held during the week of 19 March, Valencia prepared the festive atmosphere from 1 March with the mascletás, firework displays taking place every day at 14.00 hours in the Plaza del Ayuntamiento. Finally comes the night of 15 March, when the traditional plantà fault occurs. It works all night long to install more than 700 figures in the streets and squares of the city.

Some even begin to ride days ago; these huge statues can reach up to 20 meters high. The morning of the 16th, Valencia dawns inhabited by caricatures and satirical representations, with great sense of humor, criticize politicians, celebrities and the most important events of the news.

Another of the most exciting moments of the Fallas is the floral offering to the Virgin, when the Fallas parade on 17 and 18 March, and in honor of the patron, the make a mountain of flowers of 14 meters high. Festivals, parades, bullfights, contests and other activities complete the festive program.

Plan your Incentive in Spain already for next year during these festivities in Valencia!

During this trip you will discover the city and the different celebration like the Planta, the firework, the fallas streetlight display, the Crema, etc.Las Fallas is the most international festival of Valencia. In a contest of art, ingenuity and good taste, the week of 19 March, the city was filled with gigantic cardboard monuments, ninots. For months preparing the monumental and ephemeral cardboard statues that fire devours during a unique spectacle.

The origin of the celebration comes to the Carpenter´s parrot: wooden were used like lamps to light their workshops in winter and burned in the street one day before the day of San José.

At first they look like human forms wearing old clothes but in the mid-nineteenth century; they began to increase in size and height, becoming huge decorative statues.

Although the most important events are held during the week of 19 March, Valencia prepared the festive atmosphere from 1 March with the mascletás, firework displays taking place every day at 14.00 hours in the Plaza del Ayuntamiento. Finally comes the night of 15 March, when the traditional plantà fault occurs. It works all night long to install more than 700 figures in the streets and squares of the city.

Some even begin to ride days ago; these huge statues can reach up to 20 meters high. The morning of the 16th, Valencia dawns inhabited by caricatures and satirical representations, with great sense of humor, criticize politicians, celebrities and the most important events of the news.

Another of the most exciting moments of the Fallas is the floral offering to the Virgin, when the Fallas parade on 17 and 18 March, and in honor of the patron, the make a mountain of flowers of 14 meters high. Festivals, parades, bullfights, contests and other activities complete the festive program.

Plan your Incentive in Spain already for next year during these festivities in Valencia!

During this trip you will discover the city and the different celebration like the Planta, the firework, the fallas streetlight display, the Crema, etc.Las Fallas is the most international festival of Valencia. In a contest of art, ingenuity and good taste, the week of 19 March, the city was filled with gigantic cardboard monuments, ninots. For months preparing the monumental and ephemeral cardboard statues that fire devours during a unique spectacle.

The origin of the celebration comes to the Carpenter´s parrot: wooden were used like lamps to light their workshops in winter and burned in the street one day before the day of San José.

At first they look like human forms wearing old clothes but in the mid-nineteenth century; they began to increase in size and height, becoming huge decorative statues.

Although the most important events are held during the week of 19 March, Valencia prepared the festive atmosphere from 1 March with the mascletás, firework displays taking place every day at 14.00 hours in the Plaza del Ayuntamiento. Finally comes the night of 15 March, when the traditional plantà fault occurs. It works all night long to install more than 700 figures in the streets and squares of the city.

Some even begin to ride days ago; these huge statues can reach up to 20 meters high. The morning of the 16th, Valencia dawns inhabited by caricatures and satirical representations, with great sense of humor, criticize politicians, celebrities and the most important events of the news.

Another of the most exciting moments of the Fallas is the floral offering to the Virgin, when the Fallas parade on 17 and 18 March, and in honor of the patron, the make a mountain of flowers of 14 meters high. Festivals, parades, bullfights, contests and other activities complete the festive program.

Plan your Incentive in Spain already for next year during these festivities in Valencia!

During this trip you will discover the city and the different celebration like the Planta, the firework, the fallas streetlight display, the Crema, etc.Las Fallas is the most international festival of Valencia. In a contest of art, ingenuity and good taste, the week of 19 March, the city was filled with gigantic cardboard monuments, ninots. For months preparing the monumental and ephemeral cardboard statues that fire devours during a unique spectacle.

The origin of the celebration comes to the Carpenter´s parrot: wooden were used like lamps to light their workshops in winter and burned in the street one day before the day of San José.

At first they look like human forms wearing old clothes but in the mid-nineteenth century; they began to increase in size and height, becoming huge decorative statues.

Although the most important events are held during the week of 19 March, Valencia prepared the festive atmosphere from 1 March with the mascletás, firework displays taking place every day at 14.00 hours in the Plaza del Ayuntamiento. Finally comes the night of 15 March, when the traditional plantà fault occurs. It works all night long to install more than 700 figures in the streets and squares of the city.

Some even begin to ride days ago; these huge statues can reach up to 20 meters high. The morning of the 16th, Valencia dawns inhabited by caricatures and satirical representations, with great sense of humor, criticize politicians, celebrities and the most important events of the news.

Another of the most exciting moments of the Fallas is the floral offering to the Virgin, when the Fallas parade on 17 and 18 March, and in honor of the patron, the make a mountain of flowers of 14 meters high. Festivals, parades, bullfights, contests and other activities complete the festive program.

Plan your Incentive in Spain already for next year during these festivities in Valencia!

During this trip you will discover the city and the different celebration like the Planta, the firework, the fallas streetlight display, the Crema, etc.

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