It should also be remembered that, from Friday until Sunday 17th, a medieval-Renaissance market with crafts and gastronomy will remain open to the delight of all attendees.Jarandilla de la Vera will receive the Emperor Charles V again on the weekend of November 15th to 17th, as he did on November 12th, 1556. For this reason, the municipality of Jarandilla de la Vera has prepared a program of activities that will take place over three days, in which theatrical performances, musical performances or historical routes and recreations have a place.
The cultural events will begin on Friday 15th at 18:00, with the performance of the students of the IES Jaranda and the students of the Intergenerational Classroom; and will continue at 19:00, with the performance of the group ‘For the love of art’ on the stage next to the medieval-Renaissance market.
Like last year, the Cultural Association "El Palenque", of Laredo, will demonstrate the fashion of the emperor's time at 20:00; and, the next day, will deploy a crafts of emperor's time in the gardens of the Parador from 12:00. The cultural events will conclude on the morning of the 16th with the talk Luis Méndez de Quijada: memories of Jarandilla de la Vera, by the author Víctor Fernández Correas, from 1:00 p.m
Finally, on Sunday 17, from 11:00, the play Tiburcio King in search of a bride will be represented by 'En Tablas', and then a mass will be performed accompanied by the emperor himself; to finish the events scheduled at 1:00 pm with the concert The Emperor's Song. The music of Charles V and the people of his time, in the parish of Our Lady of the Tower.
It will be Saturday when Jarandilla de la Vera welcomes the emperor after 17:30, with the departure of the villagers from the Constitution Square accompanied by troubadours and Arab troubadours; and the reception to the emperor, which will take place an hour later at the National Parador. This reception will be followed by a winery route through the streets near the square, in which participants will make small representations along the route, starting at 7:30 p.m.