The world is brimming with festivals and 2015 will be an astonishing year for anybody looking for the rush of a celebration that stands out. Prepared to begin? Let’s Tour!
But as you will be travelling internationally getting the most out of your money is a big deal. So it is advisable to buy foreign currency before a week or in the worst case no less than three days prior to your travel date.
If you like rock music, you’d love the Glastonbury music festival. Far bigger than any of the other music festivals it has the biggest collection of people from all walks of life. It is a ‘city’ made up of tents. The area, where the festival is held every year, is nothing but vast country grassland which is leased out by the owner of the land. If you are travelling from India you should probably buy pounds in India prior to avoid any in inconvenience.
When: 24th to 28th June 2015
Where: Glastonbury, England
Tomorrowland is the place for EDM and Trance music lovers. It is an exhibition of music. Different DJ’S all over the world gather at a single place and show their talent in front of a large audience. It is held in the fittingly named ‘town of Boom’ in Belgium, and has quickly grown to become one of the world’s largest electronic dance music (EDM) festivals. Each year over 100,000 visitors flock to Belgium to dance the day and night away.
When: 25th -27th July 2015
Where: Boom, Belgium
- La Tomatina
Every year, one of the craziest and most excessive summer celebrations held is none other than the Tomatina in Bunyol, a town just a couple of kilometers from Valencia. It involves the biggest tomato battle on the planet and more than 200 tons of tomatoes are tossed wildly by celebrating members. The Tomatina is consistently held every year on the last Wednesday of August.
When: 26th August 2015
Where: Valencia, Spain
Spain is home to some really peculiar and crazy festivals. From baby jumping to celebrating near death experiences by carrying each other round in coffins – Spain has donned many hats! The Festival of Cascamorras in the town of Baza is unquestionably up there with the most unusual, and is surely the dirtiest. Every year hundreds of Spaniards cover themselves in grease to re-enact the stealing of a famous statue of the “Virgen de la Piedad,” which took place over 500 years ago. Best of all, after the greasing, a great big party ensues.
When: 6th September 2015
Where: Baza, Spain, in the province of Granada
One of the most famous events which you can’t miss is Oktoberfest. It’s one of the most recognized festivals and is the world’s largest fair. Every year Oktoberfest is held in Munich and it embraces the Bavarian culture in food & drink.
When: 19th September – 04th October 2015
Where: Munich, Germany
During your visit to these festivals you will be travelling all across the Europe & despite the fact that you have probably planned your finance well in advance, some unforeseen situations can leave your wallet lighter than expected. In such situations you can buy Euros online while on-the-go & forget about your forex woes.