Semana Santa in Spain: LeonLeon is interesting for the sheer number of processions. It doesn't match up to those of Andalusia, but there is more going on here than in other cities in Castilla-Leon.
There's just one procession on the Friday evening, but there are four on the Saturday evening, five throughout Sunday (10am until 8pm), four in close succession on Monday night (from 8pm until 10pm), three on Tuesday evening (6pm till 9pm), four on Wednesday evening (7pm till 11pm) and five on Thursday (9am till 9pm).
At midnight on Thursday night/Friday morning, things are a little different. Rather than a procession, there is a 'ronda', where people go through the streets reminding people of the next morning's procession (as if they could forget).
On Friday morning there is a long, drawn out procession which lasts for ours, including an important meeting in the Plaza Mayor. There are then more processions in the early evening.
On Saturday evening, there are three more processions, with a couple more leaving at midnight on Saturday night/Sunday morning. Sunday rounds off the events with another procession at 8am, a mass in the Plaza de la Catedral and one last procession at midday.