There is no place in our geography with more charisma, color and festive atmosphere in spring than the capital of Andalusia. And not only during Holy Week and in Fair that this year coincide with the best possible time, during the months of April and May, but at any time before the summer arrives. Seville in spring is one of those experiences that you have to live, at least once in your life.
VALLE DEL JERTE
There are other corners of the peninsula where you can see the blossoming of cherry blossoms in all their splendor, such as the Vall de Gallinera in the Mariana Alta Alicantina, the Calderechas Valley of Burgos or the Hornillo de Ávila, but the great Fiesta of the Cerezo en Flor, with its more than 200 varieties, is produced in this valley of Cáceres that has been transformed into a multitudinous celebration. It lasts much of the month of April, allowing you to see the rest of its natural charms, including its extraordinary collection of canyons and natural gorges.
The saying of Madrid to Heaven becomes a reality in a special way during the spring and more specifically throughout the month of May, when its regional celebrations are celebrated as well as those that revolve around the figure of its patron San Isidro. An almost obligatory moment to rediscover the capital of the state that during these three months offers the best cultural programming imaginable, spectacular parks and a cosmopolitan environment that envy many other European metropolises.
What is perhaps the most charismatic and attractive region of Catalonia, with the permission of Bajo Ampurdán, is recommended to discover it in the spring when still the masses of visitors looking for its beaches and the footprints of Dalí, have not invaded every square centimeter of this Girona region . Here is everything: from a Costa Brava in all its splendor to an interior territory that during these months is covered with flowers and offers a remarkable cultural and gastronomic offer, as well as parties such as the Patis de Primavera
Only Seville is comparable to how the capital of Murcia lives and enjoys spring. It begins with its splendid Holy Week, prolonging itself in its Spring Festival during which the orchard and everything it represents take over the city, accompanied by an extensive cultural program. An explosion of music, color, good cuisine and better vibrations that last until summer comes and the heat forces the Murcians to move to the seashore. The perfect moment to discover this, still, very unknown metropolis.
Any time of year is good to discover the ancient capital of the Caliphate but nothing is comparable to doing it during the month of May, when its spectacular courtyards become the largest collection of miniparaises on the planet. You have to prepare to enjoy them in the company of many other people, but considering that it is the time of year when they open to the public and its flowering takes on its maximum splendor, it is a unique opportunity that is worth taking advantage of.
Source: El mundo.es