November first marks the All Saints' Day public holiday in Spain. Traditionally, Spanish families pay their respects to their dearly departed on this day. There are special church services, and families visit the graves of loved ones to lay down flowers and candles. For visitors, expect more shops and restaurants than usual to be closed. You'll also be able to sample "panellets" - small round biscuits made of pine nuts and marzipan.

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