New Year in Madrid
Spending your winter holidays in Spain and celebrating the New Year in Madrid is an opportunity to have fun, learn how to dance flamenco and taste the best products from the wineries of Navarra. And if you arrive in the camp a little earlier, you can get to the celebration of Christmas - a holy and revered holiday.
The celebration of Christmas takes place in the family circle, and all even distant relatives come to visit the most senior and respected members of the dynasty. The main dish of the table is turkey with mushrooms, and for dessert - sweets baked in small pastry shops near the house.
An important attribute of home decoration, besides the Christmas tree, is henbane. This is a mock-up depicting the scene of the appearance of the Savior. The manger where Jesus was born adorns shops and malls, restaurants and Spanish homes. The dinner ends with a singing of Christmas carols and dancing until the morning, as the old adage calls Christmas Eve a blessed night that is not meant to be asleep at all..
Noche Buena, as the inhabitants of the Iberian Peninsula call this night, begins a series of holidays, which continues with a noisy and fabulous New Year.