Add-ons like baby seats and GPS are also available, but they have to be rented by paying an amount other than the offered price of the car you are renting for Spain. Hence, book with us a feature-packed car rental deal at affordable prices to roam about the country at utmost ease and have the time of your life.
Introduction to Spain
Jaw-dropping beautiful is what comes to mind when one takes in the sights of Spain’s extraordinary terrain dominated by Highlands, mountains and plateaus. Same variety can be seen with its astounding attractions and landmarks; it is also full of options when it comes to accommodations, eating places and nightlife.
Top 3 Festivals You Should not miss in Spain
La Tomatina Festival
This festival occurs every year on the last Wednesday of August; though there is more to the festival than what the name suggests, still the highlight of the festival remains the tomato fight. It is celebrated in the Valencian town of Buñol; as per speculation, the festival seems to have taken birth in 1945 and that too accidently when a few youngsters got in a fight with giant heads during the annual parade of giant figures. It is stated that the youngsters used the tomatoes from a nearby vegetable shop to retaliate, and reportedly returned next year to do the same but this time with their own tomatoes. Gradually the yearly ritual took the shape of a festival; in recent times, ever year the town is flocked by millions of people from around the globe to take part in the festival.
Pamplona Bull Running
Officially known as ‘The festival of San Fermin’, this festival takes place every year in Pamplona on 6th of July after Chupinazo, where a rocket is launched to mark the beginning of the festivities. The origin of this festival is still a mystery, though it is being speculated that it began in the 13th Century and over centuries more hardcore rituals were replaced by music, bullfighting, the Bull Run and dancing. Then after sometime the whole event was shifted to 7th July as this month’s pleasant atmosphere was deemed more appropriate for the festivities. The Bull Run starts at 8 am and can be experienced every day from 7th July to 14th July; note that the run covers a stretch of about 825 meters and lasts for about 3 minutes.
Castellers de Vilafranca
This festival is celebrated in Catalonia and is said to have emerged from its 17th century counterpart- Valencian dance, where a small group of people used to form shapes by balancing each other’s shoulders. Today, it is celebrated on a high scale, here teams compete and various daring shapes like human pyramids are attempted. It is certainly a great way to enjoy- watching and cheering for your team.
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