Fallas Streetlights Image gallery Introduction Practical Info Image gallery FAQs Fallas Streetlights 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 These are the Fallas Streetlights in images. During Fallas, selected streets are decorated with colourful illumination. Some of the streetlights have purely abstract illumination with geometric shapes and lines. In certain neighbourhoods, you’ll find that it’s not just the streets that are illuminated, but also the squares and crossings where the fallas are located. Some of the street illumination represents real-life objects, like flowers or plants. At the point of the street where the lights begin, you’ll find the name of the local Falla that organised the illumination along with the various sponsors. Practical Info FAQs 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... Mediaeval Valencia Imposing cathedrals, spiral staircases and columns, pointed arches, and dark stone halls. Discover Valencia’s Mediaeval treasures. Best day trips to make from Valencia A list of 7 day-trip ideas that you can easily make from Valencia with public transport. Castillos de Fuegos Artificiales A nightly appointment for all Valencians under Fallas, when the sky shatters into droplets of light and glistening colours Must-see museums in Valencia Art, science, history, crafts, ideas, and anthropology: Valencia has a museum for everything you might think of and a little more. Torres de Serranos Defence gate, grand entrance, prison, and then safehouse. The Puerta de Serranos is one of the most well-preserved monuments in Valencia, as well as an important landmark since the Middle Ages Most beautiful towns close to Valencia Hilltop towns by the beach, Mediaeval castles carved out of rocks and crystalline lakes. These towns make for the ideal weekend getaway.