There are so many things you can do during the Arde Lucus: you can buy handicrafts in the Macellum (= market)- many of which are made of leather, iron or wood; but there are plenty of things to eat there as well - after all, we´re in Galicia and there´s a saying people associate with Lugo which says Y para comer, Lugo( = and if you´re thinking about a good place to eat, that´s Lugo)
At night you can go to the circus -but only if you are not wearing ordinary clothes- or you can get married according to a Celtic ritual. You can also have a look at the encampment (inside the city walls) where you can see the horses grazing and resting before they are tied to the quadrigas (=chariots), driven by aurigas (=drivers)
The Roman Wall in Lugo has been a World Heritage Site since the year 2000 and it is a perfect stage for a celebration such as this one.
These are some of the pictures I took last weekend:
And this video will give you an idea of what our city looks like during Arde Lucus: