Festival tours can be great if you’re looking for an organised and fun way to experience new cultures across Europe. Festival holidays provide colour and energy to your travels and are an excellent way to meet local people and make new friends.
There are a huge number of festivals that take place across the world every year. Some of the famous ones in Europe include the Running of the Bulls in Pamplona, the world’s biggest tomato fight – La Tomatina – in Valencia and the Oktoberfest beer festival in Munich. Closer to home there is the Hogmanay New Year festival in Edinburgh and many others throughout the year.
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