Festival and Events Aragon
Aragón is home to some of the grandest churches & cathedrals in Spain and packed with Mudéjar architecture. In fact, it is home to some of the finest Mudéjar buildings outside of Andalusia. One of the great Spanish artists, Francisco de Goya, was born in the region of Aragón, in the small town of Fuendetodos.
To those of us from North America, it is quite surprising to find that January 6 in Spain, The Three Kings festival, is a bigger celebration than Christmas.
A double celebration is held every year on October 12 in Zaragoza: ‘Día de Nuestra Señora del Pilar’ and ‘Día de la Hispanidad’. During the week leading up to the 12th of October, Zaragoza comes alive with music, parades,
The origin of Halloween dates back to an ancient Celtic festival known as Samhain. Annually celebrated in Spain from 31 October to 2 November. All Hallows Eve, now known as Halloween
A national holiday and held annually on October 12. This date commemorates the anniversary of Christopher Columbus’ landing in the New World on October 12, 1492. It is also known as Columbus Day in the United States