Cabalgata del Fuego Image gallery Introduction The show Image gallery Schedule and Route FAQ Cabalgata del Fuego Image gallery San Jose Caves Guided Tour from Valencia starstarstarstarstar 307 from 65,00€ Valencia Old Town Tour with Wine & Tapas in 11th Century Historic Monument starstarstarstarstar 1353 from 75,00€ Valencian paella workshop and visit to the Algiros market starstarstarstarstar 153 from 59,00€ Valencian Paella cooking class, Tapas and Market Visit starstarstarstarstar 498 from 55,00€ VIEW ALL This is Cabalgata del Fuego in images. Opening the Cabalgata del Fuego are the marching bands with their traditional regional music. The Cabalgata del Fuego includes a parade of floats. Pyrotechnicians and fire artists are also part of the Cabalgata del Fuego. Like with any other Fallas event, emergency services are always available at the Cabalgata del Fuego. Even after the marching bands have passed, there still are musicians performing on the floats. The floats in the Cabalgata del Fuego usually depict demonic or mythological creatures. Some of the fire artists themselves at the Cabalgata del Fuego are dressed as demons. Some of the fire shows involve performance dances and pyrotechnics. No matter the choice of clothing, performers at the Cabalgata del Fuego always wear protective gear. The communities of pyrotechnicians in the region are tightly knit, and artist continue to perform even at an older age. Often the floats in the Cabalgata del Fuego need several technicians to be operated and moved. Aside from bigger floats, dancers, and music bands in the Cabalgata del Fuego you can also see solo performers on quad bikes. The show Schedule and Route More related activities... Valencia Private Tour with Hotel or Cruise Port Pick up starstarstarstarstar 11 from 409,00€ Seafood Paella cooking class, tapas and visit market starstarstarstarstar 147 from 60,00€ E-Bike Grand Valencia Private Tour starstarstarstarstar 53 from 65,00€ Adventures day: Thermal Springs and Waterfalls starstarstarstarstar 449 from 95,00€ VIEW ALL You might also be interested in... Useful apps and tools to move around in Valencia Whether you are taking public or private transport, there are many tools to help you plan your journeys in Valencia. Many of these apps will give you live information about availability and routes, and even let you pay for tickets. All you need is a smartphone or alternative device with an internet connection. How to get to Valencia from the Airport Valencia Airport, also known as Manises Airport, is the second-largest airport in the region after Alicante. The airport is only 8 km west of Valencia, making it the closest to the city centre. The 8 best places to wind down in Valencia Green, quiet, and serene, these eight places will let you take a break from the hustle and bustle of the city. And you don’t even need to go far to get to them. Plantà The feat that opens the final and most spectacular act of the Fallas festival. The moment when the sculptures are finally presented to the city. The Central Market A building that brings together Valencia’s taste for modernist architecture, its skilled craftsmanship, and longstanding agricultural and trading traditions. Plaza del Ayuntamiento Characterised by its early 20th century buildings, Plaza del Ayuntamiento is one of the most important squares and meeting points in Valencia.