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Feria de Sevilla

Fair of Seville 

 

The fair of Seville  also known as "April Fair is a festival popularly known. it's always celebrate  the third week after Easter, Tuesday to Sunday inclusive. Although more and more numerous people who advance the fair the weekend before. the fair always fit with the month of April.
Thousands of lanterns and bulbs illuminate the fair and its cover, from its beginning with Monday lighting, until its completion on Sunday with fireworks.
More than 1000 stalls and a funfair make delirium and enjoy the smaller and older, without forgetting the majestic ride horses and carriages, all surrounded by harmony and joy with dances, songs and chamomile reality.
During this week the fair entire families live. They meet in the stands from mid-morning until late at night. Enjoy between singing and dancing of a good tapas accompanied by a glass of manzanilla or rebujito, taking the end of hotcakes day with chocolate, then leave the fairgrounds in search of a place to rest, recover desire and strength to return to the fairgrounds the next day.

The fair of Seville  also known as "April Fair is a festival popularly known. it's always celebrate  the third week after Easter, Tuesday to Sunday inclusive. Although more and more numerous people who advance the fair the weekend before. the fair always fit with the month of April.


Thousands of lanterns and bulbs illuminate the fair and its cover, from its beginning with Monday lighting, until its completion on Sunday with fireworks.


More than 1000 stalls and a funfair make delirium and enjoy the smaller and older, without forgetting the majestic ride horses and carriages, all surrounded by harmony and joy with dances, songs and chamomile reality.

During this week the fair entire families live. They meet in the stands from mid-morning until late at night. Enjoy between singing and dancing of a good tapas accompanied by a glass of manzanilla or rebujito, taking the end of hotcakes day with chocolate, then leave the fairgrounds in search of a place to rest, recover desire and strength to return to the fairgrounds the next day.

 

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Fair of Seville 

 

The fair of Seville  also known as "April Fair is a festival popularly known. it's always celebrate  the third week after Easter, Tuesday to Sunday inclusive. Although more and more numerous people who advance the fair the weekend before. the fair always fit with the month of April.
Thousands of lanterns and bulbs illuminate the fair and its cover, from its beginning with Monday lighting, until its completion on Sunday with fireworks.
More than 1000 stalls and a funfair make delirium and enjoy the smaller and older, without forgetting the majestic ride horses and carriages, all surrounded by harmony and joy with dances, songs and chamomile reality.
During this week the fair entire families live. They meet in the stands from mid-morning until late at night. Enjoy between singing and dancing of a good tapas accompanied by a glass of manzanilla or rebujito, taking the end of hotcakes day with chocolate, then leave the fairgrounds in search of a place to rest, recover desire and strength to return to the fairgrounds the next day.

The fair of Seville  also known as "April Fair is a festival popularly known. it's always celebrate  the third week after Easter, Tuesday to Sunday inclusive. Although more and more numerous people who advance the fair the weekend before. the fair always fit with the month of April.


Thousands of lanterns and bulbs illuminate the fair and its cover, from its beginning with Monday lighting, until its completion on Sunday with fireworks.


More than 1000 stalls and a funfair make delirium and enjoy the smaller and older, without forgetting the majestic ride horses and carriages, all surrounded by harmony and joy with dances, songs and chamomile reality.

During this week the fair entire families live. They meet in the stands from mid-morning until late at night. Enjoy between singing and dancing of a good tapas accompanied by a glass of manzanilla or rebujito, taking the end of hotcakes day with chocolate, then leave the fairgrounds in search of a place to rest, recover desire and strength to return to the fairgrounds the next day.

 









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