Soon everyone will Wake up from hibernation. Both nature and people. So – it’s time to pack your bags. We are waiting for the festival where you can happily welcome the spring.
Festival grapefruits in Cuba
March 1 begins the holiday celebrating the harvest of citrus. The festival will lasts for several days and nights. Everyone will be able to attend performances, taste interesting dishes from citrus fruits, drinks, salads, desserts. Present grapefruit the feast.
On the first day of spring is celebrated beer Day. There are no limits! Drink as much as fits. 75 years ago on this day cancelled the prohibition. And so it happened holiday. All places are open until morning. Students love drinking beer in pubs Reykjavik. The only pity is that the price of beer in Iceland is among the highest in the world.
March 2 will be held Cavalcade de Diekirch. This annual event. The entire Luxembourg will become one big stage for the holiday. Will be parades, concerts, contests, games and entertainment. Luxembourg carnival one of the most colorful. The costumes are made by hand. And the rain of popcorn and confetti caught in umbrellas.
Festival of cherry blossom in the U.S. capital
From March 20 to April 14, will be held in Washington Continue reading
Famous festivals April.The celebration of the birth of the Buddha in the Lotus lantern Festival in Seoul, South Korea
There are amazing events all over the world. Here is a bit of what you can see and do in April :
Do you need light in your life? Over 100,000 lights illuminate the streets of Seoul in the Lotus during the lantern Festival (April 25-27), this celebration occurs annually, as a tribute in memory of the birth of the Buddha. The three-day festival, which is decorated in traditional songs. dancing, and art and street cafes in abundance. It all ends with the celebration of the mass parade through the heart of the capital of South Korea.
Celebrate the arrival of spring – in 360 degree splendor – this year, on the Festivals of tulips (16 April -4 may) in the Central Netherlands. Every year thousands of visitors flock to the Noordoostpolder (region)- the land of tulips – for Hiking and Cycling excursions, or trips to the car or carriage through the fields that almost explode with the color of the tulips.
Follow the rhythm of the drums in the largest Pow-wow in North America. Thousands of indigenous dancers, drummers, singers, artists, artisans and merchants, representing more than 500 tribes Continue reading