The best-adored Spanish Christmas custom among kids is Los Tres Reyes Magos (the Three Wise Men). Santa Claus is well-known as he brings toys and gifts. However, the genuine stars in Spain are Los Reyes. These Three Kings are the ones who followed a star to meet the new King of Kings (Baby Jesus) and offered him three gifts: gold, frankincense, and myrrh to the infant in Belén (Bethelem).

At the point when December comes, all the young men and young ladies in Spain and Latin America begin to compose their letters to the Three Kings or to their most loved King: Melchor, Gaspar or Baltasar. They write about the things they’d like to get on the morning of the sixth of January, (which is the day the presents brought) and furthermore about their behavior during the year. If they’ve been great, they get gifts; if they’ve been terrible, they get a bit of coal.Their Majesties go by camel, and because they originate from the East, they travel long to reach Spain. Once here, they visit every one of the cities, and ask children’s wishes, after a wort seeing parade. The evening of the fifth, the children put their shoes by the door before going to bed make the Kings know what number of kids live there. They likewise put out something to eat and drink for Melchor, Gaspar, and Baltasar, and moreover water and grass for the camels.

On the morning of the sixth, kids discover their gifts inside and outside the shoes. The food and drink set in the plates and glasses are gone. The kids begin playing with their toys and sit tight for the next fifth of January to come around.

While the kids are waiting for Three Kings to come in January, adults wait for Fitur to come, since it is one of the most important international tourism fairs in the world. Fitur 2018 will take place on January 17-21, 2018 in Feria de Madrid, Spain. As HotelsPro, we will take our place at booth no: 8D02A to discuss how we can produce solutions and add significant values to your company.

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