Transfers to Holy Week in Malaga.

2th April to 9 th April

Experience the best of Holy Week in Malaga with our top-notch transfer service. As the most important religious event in the region, Holy Week in Malaga is a must-see for visitors and locals alike. And with our transportation service, getting to and from the events has never been easier. Our experienced drivers will ensure a smooth and comfortable transfer, so you can focus on enjoying the celebration.

Reliable Transfers to Holy Week in Malaga

When it comes to an important event like Holy Week, reliability is key. That’s why we pride ourselves on our prompt and professional service. We understand the importance of getting you to your destination on time and in comfort, so you can fully experience the celebration. With our transfer service, you can rest assured that you’ll be in good hands.

Safe and Comfortable Transfers to Semana Santa in Malaga

Semana Santa, also known as Holy Week, is a time of celebration and reflection. And with our transfer service, you can focus on both without worry. Our vehicles are regularly maintained for your safety and comfort, and our drivers are experienced and dedicated to providing the best service possible. Trust us to get you to and from the events of Semana Santa in Malaga safely and comfortably.

The processions, which are organized by different religious brotherhoods, typically take place from Palm Sunday to Easter Sunday, and involve the participation of thousands of people. The most spectacular processions are held on Maundy Thursday and Good Friday, and feature hooded penitents carrying large floats, or pasos, depicting scenes from the Bible. The floats are adorned with flowers, candles, and incense, and are accompanied by music and singing.

The most famous processions in Malaga are the «El Silencio» and the «El Perdón» which are both on Maundy Thursday. «El Silencio» is one of the most spectacular processions and it takes place in the morning, it is called so as there is no music along the way. «El Perdón» is another spectacular one, It takes place in the evening, and features a float depicting the Last Supper.

On Good Friday, the «La Borriquita» is the most popular procession, it is organized by the brotherhood of the same name and it is considered one of the most important processions in Malaga. It is characterized by the representation of the Passion of Christ, with a large float featuring sculptures of Jesus and other characters from the Bible.

In addition to these, there are many other processions that take place throughout the week, each with its own unique characteristics and traditions. During Holy Week, Malaga is transformed into a sea of candles, incense, and flowers, and is a must-see event for anyone visiting the city.