Although it’s not as famous as Sevilla’s April fair, Malaga’s version is just as lively.
Although it’s not as famous as Sevilla’s April fair, Malaga’s version is just as lively. For 10 days every August the streets of the city are filled with parties throughout the day and night, with flamenco dancing, live music, food, drink and spectacular firework displays. Roads are decorated with paper lanterns and streamers and you can expect to see horse and carriages being rode around. In the evening people gather at the fairground, which consists of around 200 marquees especially erected for the event, where the partying goes on until dawn. You can also experience street theatre, concerts featuring famous Spanish singers, and if you are so way inclined, bullfighting.