In an exciting competition to illuminate the spirit of Christmas, different Spanish cities compete for the title of best decoration, with giant Christmas trees, dazzling lights and creative decorations.
Alicante decided to take the lead by turning on its lights on November 17, promoting a light bear that promises to be a sensation among spectators. Irún, in Gipuzkoa, established itself as the “City of Christmas”, preparing since August with many decorative structures that They promise to immerse their inhabitants in festive magic.
Vigo, known for its avant-garde in previous years, erected an impressive 55-meter-tall tree decorated with half a million lights, giant balls and dazzling garlands. The Galician city is preparing to attract its residents and visitors with an exhibition that will include an impressive 19-meter star.
Madrid is not far behind, having invested 4.3 million euros in its lighting, with a 35-meter tree in the emblematic Puerta del Sol. lights
Granada, for its part, leads the “war of trees” with a magnificent 55-meter tree in a shopping center, illuminated by 573,000 points of light and 2,600 meters of LED shining thread.
But the competition doesn’t stop there. Other cities such as Badalona, Cartes (Cantabria), Murcia, Cartagena, Málaga and Seville also actively participate, presenting large trees, spectacular lights and special events to surprise their citizens.
Each city seeks to stand out with unique proposals, from energy-efficient decorations in Castilla y León to impressive light displays and giant decorations in the rest of the country. They all have a common goal: to make this Christmas an unforgettable moment for residents and visitors, immersing them in a sea of festive lights and colors.