Christmas in Mexico is celebrated during a season that begins in early December
to January 6, ... Market activity begins to grow in late November, with traditional
markets swelling and new tianguis ...
Christmas in Spain is unlike Christmas in the United States. ... that this was the
day that the Three Kings (Los Tres Reyes Magos) arrived bearing gifts. ... And
they don't deliver them on Christmas, but rather on Three Kings Days (January
The traditional Spanish Christmas dinner is 'Pavo Trufado de Navidad' ...
Epiphany celebrates when the Kings or Wise men brought gifts to the baby Jesus
In some parts of Spain, you can find other types of traditional figures such as
Olentzero (a coal vender who descends from the Basque mountains to leave gifts
The three wise men traditionally deliver Christmas gifts in Spain.
Visit this site now for facts about Christmas Traditions in Spain and Spanish
customs. ... Papa Noel delivers gifts but also on the morning of January 6th the
Three Kings ... Festive feasts and recipes are traditional for special occasions
Christmas in Spain a Christmas Tradition Around the World at Santas.Net Home
of ... Tradition has it that they arrive on January 6th, the date the Wise Men gave
gifts to Jesus. ... A traditional Christmas treat is turron, a kind of almond candy.
In Spain it is Melchoir, Caspar and Balthazar, who bring Christmas presents to
children ... They arrive with a traditional parade, riding through the streets on their
Dec 18, 2014 ... Traditional Christmas celebrations in Spain vary greatly in different ... but the
Three Kings (Los Reyes) who deliver presents to the entire family.
The traditional Christmas decoration for a true Spanish Christmas is the 'belén' or
... Once the meal and mass is over, people return home to exchange gifts.