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What's On in Madrid

December to January

Christmas 2016

Location: Madrid
Christmas in Madrid offers an endless array of activities to enjoy the special season. The capital offers different shops to buy all the presents on your list. On the evening of 31st December, there is a race, which has been held for over 30 years, the San Silvestre Vallecana. At night, however, Puerta del Sol welcomes in the new year by eating twelve grapes as the clock on the Real Casa de Correos strikes midnight. To round it all off the Three Kings' Parade crosses the entire city on 5th January before many people from Madrid share a roscón de reyes (a traditional ring-shaped cake) on 6th January.

January 6

Reyes Magos

Location: Madrid
Marked by a procession of the three kings with commercial floats, watched by thousands of families as they line up along the Calle Alcala to watch the annual parade. There are lots of elaborate floats and the riders traditionally throw sweets to the children.

February 9

Madrid Carnival

Location: Madrid
The week before Lent sees the Madrid version of the traditional Mardi Gras Carnival, featuring parades, extravagant costume parties and flamboyant masks. The highlight is a tradition called 'The Burial of the Sardine', in which participants, dressed in black cloaks and hats, proceed through the streets with a coffin containing an effigy of a dead sardine.

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