Sitios de interés en Valencia
All you need to know for your first Fallas
A complete guide on everything you should know before visiting Valencia during Fallas. All the major events, the best time to come by,…
Fallas calendar 2023
A complete programme of every event in Fallas 2023, from February to the 19th of March
Moros y Cristianos
A flashy, loud and colourful parade inspired by Spain’s Moorish and Christian past. Horses, dancers, and battle reenactments animate…
Even after the sun has set, there are no limits to the Fallas decorations in the city: streetlight installations illuminate the…
Cabalgata del Fuego
An incandescent and intriguing parade. Demonic and enigmatic silhouettes welcome fire into the city of Valencia, preparing the public…
More than 300 kg of gunpowder, a metal cage, 60 pyrotechnicians, and 20 minutes of explosions. The Cordà is Valencia’s way of ushering…
Fallas frequent questions
What is Fallas exactly, why do people care about them so much, what are all of these events? All your doubts about Fallas cleared up.
A thundering, electrifying parade of popping firecrackers and upbeat marching band music. This is how Valencia wakes up during Fallas.
Is Valencia during Fallas worth a visit?
Every city has an ideal period in which you can visit. Is Fallas Valencia’s prime time?
Ninots and Ninot Exhibition
The satirical figures that make up the fallas and how they become Ninots Indultats, saved from the flames by the public’s vote
The feat that opens the final and most spectacular act of the Fallas festival. The moment when the sculptures are finally presented to…
Castillos de Fuegos Artificiales
A nightly appointment for all Valencians under Fallas, when the sky shatters into droplets of light and glistening colours
Nit del Foc
The final grand firework display before the last day of Fallas. Twenty minutes of dancing colours and lights exploding in the dark…
Ofrenda de Flores
Falleras and falleros flock to Plaça de la Mare de Déu in Valencia for a spectacular flower offering to the Patron Saint of the city,…
A night of bonfires, where almost 800 sculptures are fed to the flames. The Cremà is much more than the Fallas closing ceremony for the…
L'Albà de les Falles
What better way to open the most hectic and exciting days of Fallas if not with an explosive firework display that takes over all of…
This is the proclamation of the Fallas’ official beginning: how a city enters three weeks of celebration, colour, noise, and spectacle.
Bright colours, rich fabrics, endless details and meticulous embroidery. These are the clothes worms by falleras and falleros during…
Verbenas y Discomóviles
During Fallas the party is in the streets. Valencia is set ablaze by dozens of open-air parties and small concerts, the verbenas and…
A growing tempo, an unrelenting rhythm, and a final thunder that shakes the whole city. This is the Fallas’ daily reminder.
La Fallera Mayor
The Fallas Queens, the most recognisable figures in the festival, the Fallera Mayor and the Fallera Mayor Infantil
Fallas - A beginner’s guide
Explosive, colourful, and loud. Fallas is an ever-new tradition, daring and different every year. Here you can find an overview of the…