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Tomatina After Party

The Party Keeps Going After the Fight Is Over

If you want to the fun to continue after the tomato-throwing is over, then the La Tomatina After Party in nearby Valencia is the place to be. Started in 2011 and averaging about 2000 participants every year, the La Tomatina After Party features pumping tunes and cheap liquor to...
How La Tomatina started

How La Tomatina Started

When, where and how exactly did the tomato-throwing festival in Bunol begin? Well, as it turns out, the festival’s foundations are a little vague. Like many festivals in Spain, the celebration was initially for religious reasons, to honour Bunol’s patron saint, San Luis Bertran....
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Travel Tips for La Tomatina Attendees

If you plan on joining in on the rich, red pulpy fun at La Tomatina in Buñol this year, it’s a good idea to plan ahead and make good travel preparations so you can enjoy the festival to its fullest. Firstly, don’t expect much from Buñol apart from its tomato festival. Buñol is...
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Spain’s Recession Hits Tomato-Throwers Hard

During last year’s La Tomatina Festival, visitors were charged a fee for the first time in the festival’s 69-year history. Festival-goers were charged 10 Euro to participate, and this fee was introduced to both limit the ever-increasing crowds, as well as provide a stimulus for...
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The La Tomatina Festival: No, Your Eyes Do Not Deceive You!

The video displayed below, sourced from ITN’s YouTube channel, provides a quick and easy guide to the La Tomatina festival for the uninitiated. There is an old saying that states that a picture can say more than a thousand words, and this is certainly true where the La Tomatina...