I've never like big parades much, e.g., the Macy's Thanksgiving Parade, the Rose Bowl parade, Mardi Gras, or anything similar. They're too big, too loud, too impersonal, and too ostentatious. I far prefer smaller parades in smaller towns, the simple 'Fasching' parades in the Black Forest, for instance.
I was admiring the work of a photographer who had taken a picture of a small ancient waterway in the northeast of Spain when I decided to look up the village: Balsareny, near Barcelona. The wiki on the town is very sparse but I did find a video of a parade there and it fits my criteria of a 'good' one.
The title says 'Traginers de Balsareny cercavila' and I had no idea what either 'traginer' or 'cercavila' meant but the parade consisted of many wonderful old horse-drawn vehicles used for hauling. It turns out that a traginer' is the word in Catalan for a 'carrier' and a 'cercavila' is a parade.
I just realized that I did not see a single cross or other religious symbol. Hooray for the paraders!