In the evening you are bound to see hundreds of people in a festive mood.
Traditional and fast food stands vie with each other to sell their wares to the crowds of merry-makers. Typical products are Maltese type nougat and other sweet delicacies, such as candyfloss or popcorn.
Homes are looking their absolute best, often benefitting from a fresh coat of paint a few weeks before, in preparation for the feast. The interiors may be glimpsed through the open doors and windows, unless your curiosity gets rewarded by an invitation from the family to come inside for a closer look!
The evenings often end with spectacular ground and aerial fireworks displays in an explosion of colour, firecrackers and loud petards.
Entrance is free.
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