A fight with flour might seem like a truly bizarre thing to do, but Spain has several other unusual festivals and this is one of them. Although not yet as popular as other events like La Tomatina or the bull run in San Fermin, this strange festival has already started to attract attention from foreign visitors who want to come here to see how things work.
The carnival in Trinidad and Tobago is probably one of the most well known carnivals in the Caribbean and if you want to participate and organize a trip on your own during this event, you should start planning well ahead of time.
The carnival in Cadiz is considered a Festival of International Tourist Interest in Spain and it is actually one of the largest in the country and probably the best carnival in Andalucia, so it is really worth visiting the city during this festive season.
The carnival is one of the most important events in Huelva and it is usually celebrated between February and March. The carnival in Huelva is also known as El Carnaval Colombino, in honour of Christopher Columbus, who sailed from the port of Huelva on his journey that led to the discovery of the American continent.
The Jazz Festival in Cadiz will celebrate in 2019 its 12th edition, so the event is now considered one of the musical traditions happening each year in the city. For 4 days, this lovely coastal town will be the host of many renowned artists from all over the world, the perfect reason to visit Cadiz in July, besides the usual motives like going to the beach or practicing water sports like surfing or kite surfing.
Brasov is a cool city in Romania, situated relatively close to Bucharest, the country's capital. Brasov is a great destination for a weekend or a few days away from the big capital and it's a great starting point if you want to visit Bran Castle (also known as Dracula's Castle) and Rasnov Fortress.
Located on the sunny coast in Spain known as Costa Blanca, Alicante is a lively town and the carnival is a great experience to party with the locals for about a week, before Lent starts. The carnival ...
The carnival is celebrated all over Spain, with the events in Tenerife, Sitges and Cadiz being the largest and most popular of all. In Valencia the most popular event is by far Las Fallas, but the carnival ...
Vinaròs is a small town part of the province of Castellon, so it's also part of the bigger Valencian Community, on the Mediterranean Coast of Spain. Being a popular tourist destination, Vinaròs organize ...
Vinaròs Carnival is celebrated each year forty days before Lent and it's the best party of the year, with over 30 troupes (comparsas) participating in the event. The Carnival of Vinaròs has been declared a Festivity of Regional Tourist Interest since 2007 and if the event keep growing and grabbing the interest of more tourists it will be upgraded to the category of Festivity of National Tourist Interest in Spain (Fiestas of National Tourist Interest of Spain).
If you have already seen the best attractions in Bucharest and you want to explore more of Romania's capital, then this guide might be what you need. This article is written by a local who lives in Bucharest, so you'll find here a few places that are unknown even to some of the city's residents; places that have either a unique history or a bizarre feature, which might raise interest in some visitors.
The Flower Battle is part of a much larger event known as Valencia July Fair. The Battle of Flowers actually marks the closing of the big Valencia Fair and is held each year on the last Sunday of July. The event was celebrated for the first time in 1891 and since then it has gained a lot of popularity for being a bloodless battle, where all that's left on the battlefield is a carpet of petals and a wonderful scent throughout the city.
Are you planning a trip to Romania and you don't know when to come over? This article is written by a local from Bucharest, so we really do hope it will help make your decision easier. Romania is still an undiscovered destination if we compare it to most other European countries, with a diverse landscape which offers a wide range of activities for every type of tourist.
Lisbon is a great city to wander through the streets and discover its beauty and architecture, but if you want to visit museums and attractions, most of them have an entry fee that varies between a couple of euros to 10-15 euros or even more.
Bergamo is a city located close to Milan and that's the reason why many people don't see it as interesting enough to pay it a visit. Most of the tourists in Bergamo arrive here as a day trip from Milan ...
The capital of Romania has long been an underrated city in Europe, but in the last few years, it has been getting lots of attention due to the lively nightlife and the friendly people that live here.
The carnival in Badajoz dates back many years, as you can see on the official website in Spanish, where you can find posters dating back to the year 1981. Nowadays, the carnival has grown in popularity ...
If you are visiting Bulgaria and you are traveling to Plovdiv for a few days, you should dedicate a day for a trip towards the Rhodope Mountains, in order to see some of the best attractions around Plovdiv.
Music groups, extravagant costumes, a proper carnival parade - these are all of the characteristics of the carnival in Aguilas. Although it is not yet as big or as popular as other carnivals in Spain, ...
We visited Plovdiv during a family trip for Easter 2019 and we had a wonderful time discovering the city's vibrant atmosphere, even on Easter Sunday, when we expected everything to be closed and the town to be empty and quiet.