What is the cheapest month to travel to Spain?
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On the other hand, nature lovers can enjoy the cherry blossoms in the Jerte Valley between mid-March and early May, while wine enthusiasts can time their visit to La Rioja to coincide with the grape harvest in September. There is also no shortage of religious events, especially in spring, such as the Romería de la Virgen, near Jaén, or Holy Week, which in Andalusia is celebrated in style.
To begin with, the Carnival celebration usually falls in this month, and what better place to spend it than Cadiz or Las Palmas de Gran Canaria? Here, parades and festivities liven up the streets for at least two weeks, attracting visitors from all over the country.
In April, at the height of spring, you can already sunbathe on some of the country’s beaches. Also, since it is the flowering season, it is the perfect time to visit the parks and more rural areas, such as the Jerte Valley, in the north of Extremadura. However, it is always a good idea to carry a raincoat in your backpack, just in case.
But there is no bad time to visit the city: Christmas is beautiful, the snowy days are magical, the rainy days are magical, the summer humidity is… Well, the summer humidity could disappear and we wouldn’t miss it!
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So, to finish this guide, we want to remind you that, whatever dates you choose, New York is always a good plan. Don’t wait for the ideal month to arrive; if you’re looking forward to it and you can, don’t give it another thought and start organizing your trip.
Low season for travel to spain 2023
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In addition, nature lovers can observe the cherry blossoms of the Jerte Valley between mid-March and early May and the La Rioja grape harvest in September. Spring is also a popular time for religious events, such as the Romería de la Virgen near Jaén and Semana Santa throughout the Andalusia region.
In April, spring is in full swing. In some places along the coast you can soak up the sun on the beach. Wild flowers appear and it is a perfect time to visit parks and more rural areas such as the Jerte Valley in the north of Extremadura. Keep in mind that it can rain at any time, so take a rider with you.
Many people go out to see the candlelit Semana Santa parades that take place in different cities of Andalusia and Castilla y Leon. The “brotherhoods” that lead the parades dress in different colored robes and each carry two floats with statues from the church to the city’s cathedral and back. Later in the same month, at Seville’s Feria de Abril, locals don their best flamenco dresses, ride horses and dance until the wee hours of the morning. Elsewhere, lovers of good food attend festivals like the Mercat del Ram in the Catalan town of Vic and the Feria del Queso in the town of Trujillo, Extremadura, where you’ll see more cheese than you’ve ever seen in your entire life.
High season for travel to Spain
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If we travel in January to a country that is further north than ours, we will surely have to go sightseeing with temperatures that border or drop below zero degrees. To be able to do so comfortably, it is essential to have warm feet. For this we must get some thermal socks like these from Heat Holders.