7 Unique Spanish Christmas Traditions

It’s the most wonderful time of the year, and today David shares some Christmas traditions in Spain that make it extra special!

Spain is a country full of Christmas traditions, and some of them may surprise you. From December Fools’ Day to a pooping log and an intense national lottery, Spanish Christmas has more unique customs than you’d think! Here are the seven things about Spanish Navidad that you need to know.
7 Unique Spanish Christmas Traditions
1. Santa Who?
That’s right; Santa Claus doesn’t come to Spain. Instead, Spanish girls and boys get their presents from the Three Wise Men. And these Reyes Magos don’t come on December 25th, either! Nope, kids here have to wait until January 6th, the day of the Epiphany. 
But it’s worth the wait! On the day the Reyes come, locals flock to the streets to greet them. There’s a massive parade, and the Three Wise Men ride atop floats and throw candy to the masses. Known as cabalgatas, these floats are one of the…

This is only a snippet of a Spain Travel Article written by David Pope

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