Las Fallas

The Fallas festival started in March 2020 but was subsequently postponed due to the corona virus situation. It is expected to continue in July, with new dates for the main events from 15 to 19 July 2020, but this will be subject to final approval by the Central Fallas Committee and, of course, dependent on the health situation.

Fallas in Valencia

In March every year the city of Valencia is taken over with Las Fallas. Parties begin and massive colourful “monuments” appear in the streets, only to be burnt to the ground a few days later in an emotional night of fireworks and flames.

The main events and best time to see the monuments is 15-19 March, but you can also enjoy mascletà firecracker shows and other activities around the city starting from 1 March.

TIP! Enjoy a VIP view of some of the best Fallas events with our Banging Fallas Balcony Experience!

The city streets are dressed with decorative lights, the smell of gunpowder fills the air, people dance to traditional Valencian music, and thousands of flowers fill the Plaza del la Virgen in the city centre.

Fallas Valencia

The city is only transformed once a year and for just a few days, so if you’re lucky enough to be in Valencia for Las Fallas make the most of this unique experience and enjoy the culture, tradition and parties!

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Gunpowder

Valencia Fallas and mascletà

Gunpowder is fundamental to Fallas parties. Valencians love the smell of gunpowder in all its forms: firework displays, mascletà (massive firecracker concerts) and smaller bangers being thrown around in streets.

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Flowers

Valencia Fallas folowers

Thousands of bouquets of flowers are carried through the city on 17 and 18 March, with long processions of falleras offering flowers to the Virgin Mary and forming them into an amazing, enormous floral tapestry.

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Music

Fallas music and dance

Nearly 400 musical bands accompany the official Fallas events and parades.

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