The Feast of Corpus Christi in Cadiz remains one of the most well rooted festivals in the city. This corpus is considered the fourth in Spain after Toledo, Granada and Seville. The festival is traditionally celebrated at harvest time, hence the official route streets are filled with herbs, such as thyme. On Saturday, altars are installed along the path. Sunday morning is dedicated to a choral competition in front of the City Hall. In San Francisco, street chairs are installed to prevent pedestrian traffic. The procession runs from the Cathedral to the city and has a strong resemblance to Easter, but with more floral arrangements.