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European gastronomic festivals

Beer in Munich, lobster in Spain, or wine in France? Guide to culinary holidays in Europe.

Long want to visit Europe, but can’t find a decent reason? Of course, the Old world is beautiful for its unforgettable history and architecture – but it’s so corny… For those who want to European vacation were really “delicious” is not superfluous to familiarize with the list of European cities that are famous for their culinary festivals and holidays! Particularly relevant gastronomic journey will be now, when every little bit famous the city is hosting a special celebration, associated with the end of the agricultural season in the region, harvesting and tasting the fruit.

So, foodies Belarus, do not lose time in vain, and unite and go to Europe in the fall to not only please the eyes and the stomach!

Definitely the most “common” and popular European culinary holiday European autumn – famous “Оktoberfest” in Germany. Every year about six million fans of German beer and sausages concerted series go to Munich to join this amazing event. According to statistics, during the celebration of the drink about 600 million liters of beer, eaten 600 thousand Continue reading

10 most interesting summer festivals

Incredible facts

Warm weather and serene nature contribute to large, extravagant celebrations.

If you are planning a vacation this summer, but you lack inspiration, think about how to map out your trip around the best summer festivals in the world.

The themes of the festivals range from the delicious food to the herds of wild bulls, and each has something that may interest you this summer.

Jazz festival Montreux, Switzerland

Despite the fact that jazz is in the spotlight of the jazz Festival of Montreux (Montreux Jazz Festival), this year presented here and other genres of music. For music lovers this is one of the best festivals in the world. This festival is held every year in July (1-16 July 2011) and is a wonderful pastime for those who want to experience the atmosphere of music and fun and all this against the background of beautiful Switzerland.

The arts festival Christchurch (The Christchurch Arts Festival) is the best choice for those who want to enjoy a great variety of cultural and artistic attractions. It is held from 4 to 21 auguts 2011. Despite the dominance of local and national talent, there is also often present the works of artists from around the world. Venues are located Continue reading

The Most gorgeous fireworks festivals of the world

Show me one person on this planet who would not love festivals, shows, different views! Every year around the world held a variety of colorful and spectacular events, including the fireworks festivals. In this article, You will learn about the most luxurious and worthy of at least once to see their fabulous extravaganza of colour and sound, international arts festivals and fire.

Spain, Valencia, the Festival of lights Fallas, March

Winter Spanish escort that is called “fire”. The annual celebration in honour of St Joseph the Patron Saint of all defenseless occurs in several stages and starts with “mascleta” – festival of fireworks, when the whole of Valencia exploding firecrackers and other pyrotechnic articles of art. Completes the celebration of the solemn burning of giant puppets from papier-mache characters of fairy tales, parodies of stars, politicians and other public persons.

Scotland, Edinburgh, Edinburgh international festival, August

In August, the Edinburgh welcomes the world’s largest festival of performing arts. Theatrical performances, musical performances, plays, ballet and Opera amuse fans and admirers of this kind of events. Impressive fire show crowns this wonderful festival of music and acting. Continue reading

The brightest holidays of the world 04 February
Especially for avid travelers, whose travel is not about admiring the colorful scenery and ancient architecture, influential publication "The Forbes" has published a rating of the most colorful, flamboyant, exciting…

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Resort Gribovka
To Wake up to the shrill chirping of birds and measured the rustle of the waves. To see the sunrise, gentle dip in the clear water. Bask in the sun,…

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Festivals and holidays in South Korea
Korea lives in the Gregorian calendar, but traditional holidays are celebrated according to lunar. In mid-January - the feast of the snow on mount Halla (Jeju-do). The end of January…

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