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Information about Málaga Fair

Published on February 18, 2018

Author: Unidiversity

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Malaga Fair: Typical festival By Rubén, Barbara and Isa Malaga Fair: Málaga Fair Malaga fair starts in August and lasts about seven days. It begins with fireworks on the Malagueta beach and it has two facets: day and night. You can decide which one you want to go . The one during the day is celebrated in the center and by night , people go to the “real”. In the center there are people dressed in typical flamenco clothes dancing and singing; there are typical bars and in them you can drink ‘’cartojal’’ (sweet wine) and if you want, you can eat cheese, sausages and ‘’paella’’. http://www.malagaturismo.com/es/eventos/feria-de-malaga-2018/34 Malaga Fair: Malaga Fair I In the “Real “, a big fairground on the edge of the city, there are places (“ casetas”) with different types of music, people riding horses and also shops where you can buy food. Fairground attractions are everywhere, the big wheel is the most beautiful ride, if you get on it, you will be able to see the whole city of Malaga. The entrance of the fairground is very famous because of their lights and it has a place for teenagers to have fun. Finally, it ends in the same the way it started, with fireworks! Malaga Fair: Malaga Fair https://www.ruralidays.com/blog/feria-de-malaga-agosto/ Typical flamenco dresses Local sweet wine http://www.bodecall.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/cartojal-malaga-bodecall.jpg

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