16 December 2010
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As mentioned previously, Seville at Christmas is just stunning, as the centre, buildings, and orange trees lining the main street Avenida de la Constitucion are adorned, decorated and spectacularly lit up in honour of this festive holiday season, and the Sevillians celebrate this season the only way they know how, with a family fiesta and lots of good food. In addition, to all this lovely Christmas preparations there are numerous events and traditional celebrations taking place such as the Nativity Fair, parties and churros at the New Year, Kings Day, and the Cirque Style Balagan coming to town this January meaning that its going to be a long festive season this year. There is one place in particular that is the focal point of all these festive activities and that is Plaza Nueva where the City Hall is situated, and where many locals and visitors alike gather together with their grapes to see in the New Year. more ...