Seville boasts two of the largest festive celebrations in the whole province ... even the whole of Spain.
The first is Semana Santa (Easter Week) which is truly spectacular with extraordinary processions of masked penitents and carnival-style floats. People travel from across the country and around the world to witness this annual week-long event.
Feria de Abril
Other celebrations that take place in Seville include the Rocío pilgrimage, with the “Lunes de Rocío” (Rocío Monday) a traditional holiday (Pentacost Monday - end of May or first in June). The rociero groups marshall and leave Triana and other parts of Seville about a week before to march to Rocio.
Corpus Christi is also observed in Seville and in Seville the patron saint day, the “Vírgen de los Reyes” (Virgin of the Kings), falls on August 15th.