La Cremà Image gallery Introduction Video gallery Image gallery What it is exactly Schedule Location and map Curiosities FAQs La Cremà 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 1351 from 75,00€ Valencian paella workshop and visit to the Algiros market starstarstarstarstar 152 from 59,00€ Valencian Paella cooking class, Tapas and Market Visit starstarstarstarstar 498 from 55,00€ VIEW ALL This is the Cremà in images. Even before the fallas start burning, there will be music and fireworks. The burning of a falla is as much of a spectacle as the sculpture itself. If a falla has several pieces, they are designed to burn in a specific order, so that the sculpture falls apart bit by bit. Fallas infantiles are usually much smaller than fallas mayores and burn quicker. Fireworks are a huge part of the Cremà. There are displays before the start of the bonfires, then with the burning of every falla, and finally at the end of the Cremà Even though fallas infantiles are smaller, they are still incredibly elaborate and can be made up of dozens of pieces. Plaza del Ayuntamiento is where most of the fireworks are fired. The fallas in Plaza del Ayuntamiento are the largest. Their bonfires offer the biggest show on the night of the Cremà. The ninots that have not won the Exposiciò del Ninot are burnt with their respective fallas. Over a million visitors come to Valencia to see the fallas burn every year. Even if you miss the beginning, the falla in Plaza del Ayuntamiento will last for a while, as it is the biggest. The biggest firework shows of the Cremà come with the burning of the fallas in Plaza del Ayuntamiento. Don’t worry about not being close enough to the fallas before they burn. The sculptures are rather large, so the view is great even metres away If you’re a photography aficionado, the Cremà offers great photo opportunities. Video gallery What it is exactly 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 146 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... Scooter rentals Electric scooters are your go-to option if you would like to move around the city independently, and hassle-free. There are several companies offering this service in Valencia, and with their scooters you will get around quickly and comfortably, stopping any time you want. Interesting facts about Valencia 20 of the most curious and fun facts about Valencia, to get acquainted with this marvellous city Valencia Tourist Card Discover Valencia’s most complete free entry pass and discount card, all in one. Here, we explain everything there is to know about the Valencia Tourist Card: different types of cards and options, how and where to purchase and use them. History of Fallas Fallas is an incredibly rooted tradition in Valencia, but when did it become as we know it today? What are its origins? How has it changed over time? 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 Valencian sky Fallas Streetlights Even after the sun has set, there are no limits to the Fallas decorations in the city: streetlight installations illuminate the neighbourhoods during the festival.