Holy Week in Malaga 2018 – Come and Experience This Renowned Event with Malaga Premium Hotel
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The Holy Week in Malaga 2018 will be as unforgettable as ever. This is our first Holy Week at Malaga Premium Hotel, that is why we want you to join us and experience one of the most renowned events in the city. Locals and visitors alike wait for this special week filled with emotion. Soon, Nazarenes, devotees and incense will take the streets. And thanks to our unmatched location, you will not miss all there is to see during this Holy Week in Malaga.
Our hotel is located in the heart of the city centre, perfect for those who want to live passionately this Holy Week 2018. Just a few minutes from Malaga Premium Hotel you will find the Church of San Pablo, which fosters Jesús Cautivo, also known as “the Lord of Malaga”. Around the corner, you should also visit Pasillo de Santa Isabel where you will enjoy our Holy Week as a local thanks to the Tribuna de los Pobres, a key spot to experience this unparalleled cultural event.
Holy Week in Malaga 2018 from Our Very Doorstep
As if this was not enough, our downtown hotel is literally surrounded by the official procession path… Each and every one of the brotherhoods will parade through it. In addition, we have privileged views, from the balconies of our rooms and from our rooftop terrace, to the Church of San Juan. From this church, on Palm Sunday, begins its processional tour “Lágrimas y Favores” ‒Tears and Favours‒ by Cofradías Fusionadas (one of the many brotherhoods and associations). This Virgin sculpture was included into the official parade of Malaga’s Holy Week in 2006 and was made famous outside the city thanks to the collaboration of the renowned local actor Antonio Banderas. However, that is not the only procession that will pass by our doorstep. You already know what to do in Malaga this Holy Week, join us on our first Holy Week in Malaga this 2018, either from one of our rooms or from La Terraza de San Juan. You can also take a break during this getaway to enjoy our restaurants Yubá and Bendito, where you will recover your strength for the intense days on the streets.
If you finally visit us and do not know what to do in Malaga during the Holy Week to attend any of the key events around our hotel, take notes, because we gathered a detailed schedule for you:
Holy Week in Malaga 2018 Events from Malaga Premium Hotel
Sunday, 25th March
Lágrimas y Favores: Church of San Juan Bautista
Route: Church of San Juan Bautista (10:55 am), Alameda (1:15 pm), Official Stand (2:20 pm), Church of San Juan Bautista (6:00 pm).
Humildad: Basilica of Santa María de la Victoria
Route: Basilica of Santa María de la Victoria (2:00 pm), Félix Sáenz, Alameda (5:25 pm), Official Stand (6:25 pm), Cathedral (7:15 pm), Basilica of Santa María de la Victoria (10:30 pm).
Monday, 26th March
Pasión: Parish Church of Santos Mártires
Route: Parish Church of Santos Mártires (4:50 pm), Cathedral (5:30 pm), Félix Sáenz, Alameda (9:20 pm), Official Stand (10:25 pm), Parish Church of Santos Mártires (11:25 pm).
Tuesday, 27th March
Rocío: Casa Hermandad de Monte Calvario y María Santísima del Rocío
Route: Casa hermandad (3:00 pm), Félix Sáenz, Alameda (6:25 pm), Official Stand (7:30 pm), Casa hermandad (11:45 pm).
Wednesday, 28th March
Fusionadas: Church of San Juan Bautista
Route: Church of San Juan Bautista (5:15 pm), Alameda (4:35 pm), Official Stand (8:40 pm), Church of San JuanBautista (12:30 am).
Thursday, 30th March
Viñeros: Church of Santa Catalina
Route: Church of Santa Catalina (5:15 pm), Félix Sáenz, Alameda (7:45 pm), Official Stand (10:55 pm), Cathedral (10:00 pm), Casa hermandad (12:30 am).
Vera+Cruz: Church of San Juan Bautista
Route: Church of San Juan Bautista (11:55 pm), Alameda (1:00 am), Official Stand (2:30 am), Church of San Juan Bautista (4:30 am).
Friday, 31st March
Dolores de San Juan: Church of San Juan Bautista
Route: Church of San Juan Bautista (5:50 pm), Alameda (7:05 pm), Official Stand (8:10 pm), Cathedral (9:00 pm), Church of San Juan Bautista (11:30 pm).
Monte Calvario: Chapel of Monte Calvario
Route: Chapel of Monte Calvario (3:00 pm), Sanctuary of Victoria (4:00 pm), Félix Sáenz, Alameda (7:50 pm), Official Stand (8:55 pm), Cathedral (10:00 pm), Basilica of Santa María de la Victoria (12:30 am).
Descendimiento: Casa Hermandad del Sagrado Descendimiento y de María Santísima de las Angustias
Route: Casa hermandad (4:45 pm), Félix Sáenz, Alameda (8:35 pm), Official Stand (9:40 pm), Cathedral (10:55 pm), Casa Hermandad (1:15 am).
Servitas: Church of San Felipe Neri
Route: Church of San Felipe Neri (10:25 pm), Félix Sáenz, Alameda (1:25 am), Official Stand (2:20 am), Church of San Felipe Neri (3:00 am).
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