On January 5, Spain traditionally hosts "cabalgatas", festivities around the Christmas season and celebrate the arrival of Melchior, Balthazar and Caspar. Spectacular processions with lanterns, elephants, camels, floats and kings on horseback who sprinkle treats. It is a party that the children attend all year round looking out. Songs are sung and letters are written with a wish list for gifts and why they deserve them ... In the evening the shoe becomes and water and hay or bread for the camels of the sages from the east who come to bring the gifts.
January 6 is a real holiday. Presents are unwrapped and the whole family sit together and feast on the traditional Roscón de Reyes, one with sweets and fruit decorated round, turban-shaped cake. This cake contains beans or figures constipated. Whoever finds the "sorpresa" will be crowned king that day.
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