The day begins with a solemn Mass at the Cathedral and at noon a procession that you can not miss. The procession crosses the Plaza de la Reina, streets Sea, Hazelnuts, Palau and Almoina. On their way down the street Hazelnuts, neighbors from their balconies throw thousands of bay leaves in honor of Martyr.
The January 22 is the only day in the year where you can see the chapel, one of several locations scattered throughout the city of Valencia, remember the martyrdom of San Vicente.
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In the Ermita de San Vicente (Spain Square) is celebrated a solemn Mass at about 13.00 h and subsequent Mascletá. You can visit the crypt containing a wall of the old chapel built on the dunghill where the body was thrown Santo.
Very close San Vicente Street stands the Basilica of Sant Vicent burial of Roqueta present parish of Christ the King. Also there is the festivity with sharing bread and Mass Hispanic-Mozarabic rite at 20.00.
Other places are the church celebrations of San Valero Ruzafa and Santa Monica Sagunto Street that houses the column to which was attached the Holy before entering the Roman city.
If you also want to know a little about the history of the Martyr, access the following link.