In a few days begins Holy Week and all of Andalusia is preparing for everything to be perfect.
Its streets, balconies are adorned, any place will be decorated to look with all its splendor.
The brotherhoods finalize the details, nothing can fail, since in a few days they will be walking the streets.
The best thing to enjoy Easter is to put on comfortable shoes, so you can walk much better and follow all the steps.
In the mornings you can go to visit the churches that remain open, where are the steps that process that day or in later days.
The “besamanos” are another thing that nobody should miss, in Seville the days before their departure, brotherhoods like “El Gran Poder”, “Los Gitanos”, “El Amor” or “La Macarena”, usually congregate a large crowd.
In Malaga some traditional “transfers” are carried out, the images are taken from the temple to the thrones, to be able to carry out the procession in the afternoon.
Another of the most impressive moments that we can contemplate is the arrival of “The Legion” that makes guard the Christ of Mena to carry it later.
In Granada you should not miss the passage of the “Christ of the Gypsies” in the Colinas del Sacromonte, with the zambras filling everything with art and goblins.
In the early morning of Holy Friday of the Cathedral comes “Nuestro Padre Jesús Nazareno”, which they call “El Abuelo” (The Grandfather), through the streets of Jaén.
Neither should one forget to visit the Holy Week of Úbeda and Baeza, where their steps take you through some of the most representative Renaissance monuments of Andalusia.