Here in the United States, the tradition of the Three Kings Day has carried on.
Hispanic bakeries throughout the country typically sell hundreds of Roscas de Reyes during the day, and children patiently wait for their second gift of the holiday season.
During Easter week in Seville you'll see how the "cofradías" (religious brotherhoods) manage to withstand the colossal weight of elaborately decorated statues of the Virgin Mary as they parade through the narrow streets of the old town.
Easter week in Malaga includes the ritual privilege of the freeing of a prisoner, and one of the most moving moments of all is when the figure of Jesus Christ blesses the convict.
World-famous fiestas Easter week is celebrated in every city, town and village in Spain.
Nevertheless, there are some fiestas that are especially well known for their uniqueness and beauty, and have received the International Tourist Interest designation.
:) I felt compelled today to check and see if it was a real thing!
OCT 15 • I have married someone from the Canary Islands and we have celebrated Reyes de Magos and our children now love this time of the year.
Easter week in Salamanca is spectacular on account of the backdrop formed by the city's stunning monuments.
The Palm Sunday procession in Elche features the customary palm leaves and is one of the most beautiful of any held in Spain.
There are many different ways to discover Spain: enjoying its coast and beaches, following a route around its various monuments, exploring the countryside, playing sports like golf...
However, if you've never visited Spain during Easter week, then you simply have to come.
The most iconic tradition associated with Three Kings Day is the customary eating of a Rosca de Reyes (King’s Ring), a sweet bread shaped like a wreath, with candied fruit on top, and a figurine of a baby Jesus baked inside.