Summer Festivals
May 09, 2023

International summer festivals you must attend

From playing music and dancing to experiencing century-old traditions, these international summer festivals will fill your trip with the most unique and unforgettable memories ever.

La Tomatina, Spain

Ever taken a tomato puree bath? Visit Buñol and get involved in a fun tomato fight with thousands of people from across the globe.

When: Held on the last Wednesday of August every year in Buñol.

Attractions: Castillo de Buñol and La Hoya de Buñol

Visit visa fees (approximately): Rs 7200

La Tomatina Festival Spain

Gion Festival, Japan

Experience a thousand-year-old tradition of pulling massive floats, Hoko and Yama, collectively called Yamaboko, as big as a building on the streets of Kyoto.

When: Held in the month of July

Attractions: Mt. Kurama and Kinkakuji Temple

Visit visa fees (approximately): Rs 1800

Japan Summer Festival

Festa del Redentore, Italy

Embark on a boat in the St. Mark’s Basin in Venice and attend a festival that celebrates the end of the plague of 1576 with a dazzling hour-long firework.

When: Third Sunday of July

Attractions: Doge’s Palace and Santa Maria Gloriosa dei Frari

Visit visa fees (approximately): Rs 7200


Boryeong Mud Festival, South Korea

Experience a nostalgic throwback to your childhood by engaging in mud play featuring mud slides and mud skiing competitions, adding extra excitement to your festival.

When: July

Attractions: Coal Museum and Gaehwa Art Park

Visit visa fees (approximately): Rs 2800

South Korea Mud Festival

People who are into world cinemas can plan a trip to France in May to attend the prestigious Cannes Film Festival. Not only do you get to watch the best of the stories, but you might even get a chance to catch a glimpse of your favourite movie star.

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