It’s a round-the-clock party with explosions throughout the night.
Wear protective clothing
During the evenings, and especially during La Cremá, it’s best to wear thick clothes with ample coverage to shield yourself against explosions and heat from the flames. It's also a good idea to familiarize yourself with fire and firework safety. Throughout the festival, you’ll be exposed to all sorts of blasts and blazes.
Swing by Museo Fallero
to view the best works of art from past years.
Bring comfortable shoes and patience
This is a crowded festival that will require plenty of walking and waiting.