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A sun-soaked coastal city in southern Spain, known for its rich history, stunning beaches, Picasso's birthplace, and vibrant culture.

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One of the most traditional festivals on the Spanish calendar, the Semana Santa (or the Holy Week) takes place on the streets of almost every city across the country on the week before Easter. Led by the ceremonial processions of brotherhoods and fraternities, the participants dawn traditional robes that conceal their identity, along with floats that depict different religious scenes and usually the church’s patron saint. Whether you’re religious or not, this festival still strikes a chord for its ability to bring families, friends, and communities together to celebrate. For the most extravagant Semana Santa celebrations in Spain, head south to Andalusia, where cities such as Sevilla, Málaga, and Granada are known for their golden sights.

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