Easter Monday, Lunes de Pascua in Spanish, is the day after Easter Sunday. In Valencia, as in many other Spanish cities, the day is marked with processions of the city's high society dressed in their best traditional finery. In Valencia, people of all ages, from babes in arms to the grey haired paraded from the meeting point in the park, up the main street, to the cathedral.
On the Lunes de Pascua. Easter Monday, many people of Valencia, Spain, dress in traditional finery and parade through the city streets to the cathedral. These three were waiting their turn to start the walk.