It smells like spring air and in Sevilla already note that the festive atmosphere is approaching. Within very little (from April 28 to May 3) will be held the famous Feria de Abril Seville, one of the most famous celebrations of Andalusia and of entire Spain. This fair with more than 150 years of history goes back to 1846, when two men asked the City Council an annual cattle fair for the city. Since then, it has diverged and became what we know today as the Feria de Abril. It’s the most relevant party and which receives more tourists from Andalusia, along with Easter, in addition to the indispensable for Seville meeting point.
Over seven days people eat, drink, dance and have fun in the fairground enabled especially for the occasion. The celebration begins with Monday’s lighting ceremony (thousands of bulbs are switched on in the great cover) and with the traditional dinner of the fish. To close, after seven days of intense fun, fireworks are launched and the traditional bullfights are made of Bulls. The fairgrounds is a replica of Seville and settled in the neighborhood of Los Remedios. The streets are baptized with names of famous bullfighters: Joselito El Gallo, Curro Romero, Ricardo Torres Bombita, etc. In addition, rise the typical booths decorated with lanterns of colors and City Hall rewards the most beautiful and best mounted.
Good morning, people crowds the streets from the fairgrounds to watch cars of horses, riders and Flemish women. In addition, everyone eats the typical fried fish and baby fino or manzanilla. Afternoons mythical bullfights are held with the great masters of the bullfighting at the plaza de la Maestranza. At night, the party continues until well into the morning. The Feria de Abril is ideal for eating, drinking, dance sevillanas and above all, to spend big. There are thousand sites where to relax or have fun, in addition to a myriad of stalls where they sell food and drink. Are you going to lose so colossal party? Travels to the Andalusian capital and rent apartments in Seville to give a truce to your feet. You won’t regret it!