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It drives me crazy sometimes if I really need to get by, but I may be the 100th person who has pushed by them and they just can’t take it anymore. I don’t, at least not that much, but you will see some people extremely well dressed during Semana Santa.Palm Sunday ( people wear comfortable clothing, shoes, and a coat in case it gets cold. And while I can’t for the life of me understand why they wear them, I must say I admire the women in high heels if only because they stand for 12 hours in the cobble-stone streets of the center.Spots higher up – some stairs, a trash container, whatever it may be – are often prized so you can get a view over others.While it is now becoming less common there are still many that walk the entire procession wearing no shoes.In 2015 Semana Santa will be the week of 19 March - 6 April.
Do be ready for some of the biggest crowds you've ever seen as well as some pushing.If you’re drinking from a glass bottle be careful where you leave it (try and throw it away properly!) and of course try never to break a glass or bottle in the street where a paso will go by.While I’ve never had a problem, many do – keep your belongings close to yourself and never take your eye off them. Getting across on Sierpes is controlled at certain points where they will let you through every 5 minutes in groups.
There are maybe three streets – Calle Cerrajeria/Rioja and Calle Granada are two - where you can pass.
Whether you are religious or not there’s something to enjoy and I guarantee you won't see anything like it anywhere else.