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Carnival or Carnivale is a festival season there is no one way that carnival is celebrated in Spain – each city has a slightly different style of carnival in Spain.

Carnivals in Spain occur immediately before Lent; the main events are usually during February or March. It typically involves a public celebration or parade combining some elements of a circus and public street party.

Inspiration for the carnival lies in the fact that during Lent, traditionally no parties may be held and many foods, such as meat, are forbidden; the forty days of Lent It is natural for people to have the desire to hold a large celebration at the last possible opportunity before fasting. Santa Cruz de Tenerife carnival

The Santa Cruz de Tenerife carnival is annual festivals, and the natives consider their celebration to be second only to Rio de Janeiro in Brazil .

The Santa Cruz de Tenerife carnival

Madrid 's carnival
Madrid 's carnival may not be the most raucous, but it certainly finishes in style

Cadiz ’s carnival
Cadiz is usually a quiet and serene city on the Andalucian coast... except when it plays host to Spain 's ultimate party.

Sitges carnival
Recognised as one of Spain 's wildest celebrations, the fishing village of Sitges comes alive when it welcomes thousands of people to its annual carnival.
Carnival in Las Palmas in Gran Canaria
Las Palmas in Gran Canaria hosts the largest carnival in the Canary Islands ; but it also attracts competitors and spectators from all over the world.