LateRooms.com - Welcome the Three Kings to Salamanca at the Reyes Magos festival
December 25, 2009 (PRLEAP.COM) Travel NewsLateRooms.com can announce that the people of Salamanca celebrate the arrival of the Three Kings on January 5th and 6th in spectacular style.
Anyone staying in accommodation in Salamanca in the early part of the new year may want to attend the parties and carnivals taking place across the city.
In the evening of January 5th, there is a huge parade called Cabalgata de los Reyes Magos that winds its way through the Salamanca's streets.
The Three Kings will be dressed in splendid religious costumes and are accompanied by performers who sing, dance and march their way around the city in vibrant and colourful costumes that should delight any of the spectators.
As the parade is free to attend, it is a must for anyone visiting Salamanca at the beginning of 2010.
This exuberant display heralds a more peaceful day on January 6th, when families celebrate the festival together with presents and traditional Spanish food.
If you're heading to the Reyes Magos festival this year, we strongly advise that you book your hoteles en Salamanca as soon as possible, given the huge popularity of the event.
People visiting other Spanish cities in the new year may be pleased to hear that the festival of the Three Kings is an important event across the country.
Barcelona is particularly renowned for its celebrations, which sees the stars of the show arrive by boat at the city's waterfront.