Constitution Day everywhere in Spain

Saturday, 6th December, 2014

Constitution Day celebrates the date of the 1978 referendum which moved Spain to full democracy.

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Imaculada Concepción everywhere in Spain

Monday, 8th December, 2014

The patron saint of Spain, the Immaculate Conception, is celebrated in this national holiday.

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Christmas day everywhere in Spain

Thursday, 25th December, 2014

National holiday across Spain - but don't forget that the celebrations continue until January 6th. In some countries, gifts are exchanged on Christmas Eve, or on Christmas Day, but in Spain, the gifts are kept back for the more logical date of the 6th of January, when gifts were given to the holy child....

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Dia de Los Inocentes everywhere in Spain

Sunday, 28th December, 2014

This day remembers the day that the young children were murdered in Bethlehem in an attempt to catch the Christ child. It may seem a little bizarre celebrating this event in such a way, but on this day, jokes are played on the "innocents" - the same things that happens on April 1st in so many countries....

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New Years Day everywhere in Spain

Thursday, 1st January, 2015

The first day of the year is a national holiday - "start as you mean to go on!"

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Three Kings Procession everywhere in Spain

Monday, 5th January, 2015

Every village and every city in Spain celebrates the Three Kings (or the Three Wise Men, as they are sometimes known in the UK). In the evening, a procession goes through the village or city. Gifts, in the form of boiled sweets, are thrown to the crowds, and children young and old scrabble about for the gift....

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Events after Tuesday, 6th January, 2015 will appear in due course