There are many things to do in Valencia. You can visit tons of museums and admire the beautiful monuments in Valencia. But a must visit in Valencia is the festival in honor of the patron saint of carpenters Saint Joseph that is being held in March, every year. This festival is also known as the Fallas in Valencia. The Fallas are full of nice events and every day another event is highlighted.What happens when and what do the events mean? Find out everything you need to know about the Fallas in Valencia on this page.
Fallas in Valencia
Program of the Fallas in Valencia
Castillos and the Nit del Foc
When you literally translate Nit del Foc, it means the Night of Fire, and that is exactly what this is. It might be one of the biggest firework displays in Valencia. To find out everything about the Castillos and the Nit del Foc check out this page!
Cabalgata del Ninot
During the Fallas in Valencia, the Falla Committees want to show of the ninot that they have been working on for a long period of time. During this Cabalgata del Ninot, they parade around and judges will vote on the best ninots. To find out everything about this happening, check out this page.
One of the most emotional events of the Fallas in Valencia is the flower offering, according to many falleros. On this day, the Falla committees go through the city to get to the Virgin. Read everything about this happening on this page.
Cabalgata del Fuego
The Cremà is also known as the saddest event of the Fallas in Valencia as it brings all the festivities to an end. When the cremà starts, it is not only the ending of a period, but also the start of a new one. Find out all about the cremà here.