Dürkheim Sausages Fair (Wurstmarkt) is internationally well known as the world’s biggest wine festival and is one of the most popular culinary feasts in Germany.
The Food Festival brings together top Danish and Nordic breeders, growers, and chefs dedicated to high-quality, sustainable cuisine.
Since 1954, Clarenbridge hosts a lively festival celebrating seafood, featuring food, music, and entertainment, with the Oyster as the star.
Explore menu ideas, taste new products, and witness professional culinary competitions at the inclusive Riga Food fair.
Every August, the Mainz Wine Market in the Romantic City Park brings together regional wine enthusiasts for a vibrant gathering.
Since 1945, this unusual festival brings together crowds of people every year, ready to have a great time hurling tomatoes at each other.
Copenhagen Cooking: A month-long culinary celebration at the forefront of Northern Europe’s gastronomic scene.
Three times a year, Lake Lucerne hosts renowned orchestras, conductors, and virtuoso soloists for a celebration of music.
Enjoy Frankfurt’s famous Apfelwine, a crisp cider made from traditional apples. Explore a variety of options at the lively festival stands!
Øyafestivalen in Tøyen Park, Oslo, has swiftly become one of Norway’s largest and most crucial music festivals since its start in 1999.
The International Jazz Festival in Bansko is the oldest festival of its kind in Bulgaria. Traditionally, styles and groups presenting the diversity of various directions in the genre participate in the program. Unforgettable concerts by great names on the global jazz scene.
MetalDays Festival offers a carefree atmosphere for your best holiday experience, synonymous with real music festival getaways.
Carnaval Sztukmistrzow: A lively festival in Poland, celebrating street arts, circus performances, and vibrant cultural expressions.
VeszprémFest hosts Rosé, Riesling, and Jazz Days each summer, drawing music and wine lovers to its charming setting.
EXIT Festival’s diverse lineups across 20 stages and scenic zones within the 18th-century Petrovaradin fortress offer a unique experience.
The most spectacular music festival in the world. Held annually in the municipality of Træna in Nordland county, Norway.
The Montreux Jazz Festival: Paying venues on the A-side, remastered free events on the B-side; a rich heritage, carefully polished.
“Tarragona, City of Human Towers”, is a pioneering initiative that came about in 2013 with the dual aim of achieving recognition and tourism positioning by bringing both the people of the city, those who were not in one of the groups, and tourists closer to the human tower building World.
The Bordeaux Wine Festival is for those who love wine and food and like celebrating them both in a wonderful atmosphere. It is a four-day-long event focuses on the wines from the Bordeaux and Aquitaine Regions. It is the perfect occasion to experience the world of wine culture in its varied manifestations and to also discover the architectural beauty of Bordeaux (listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO), its cultural assets and the surrounding vineyards.
Litomyšl, birthplace of Czech composer Bedřich Smetana, hosts a musical celebration featuring opera, concerts, galas, and oratorios.
The Silence Festival brings together the creators and creations of contemporary circus and classical music.
“Taste of Stockholm” is a five-day food festival showcasing the best producers, chefs, and restaurants from across Sweden in the capital city.
The Handel Festival is the largest music festival in Saxony-Anhalt and one of the oldest and most famous Baroque music festivals in Europe.
Explore Hungary’s finest cuisine at the prestigious Gourmet Festival, showcasing creations by renowned chefs.
The Aplec del Caragol in Lleida each May celebrates escargot, recognized as a Festival of National Interest for Tourism and Tradition.
A grand celebration of culinary excellence, uniting top chefs and food enthusiasts in Austria’s capital for a lavish experience.
Calling all foodies! Enjoy a day of culinary delights in Ghent with dishes from renowned local chefs and authentic city favorites.
Experience history at The Roman Days of Nîmes – Vercingetorix, a captivating event showcasing ancient Roman life with exciting re-enactments.
The Liberation festival in Pilsen unites people worldwide to celebrate the town’s liberation by the US Army.
The Priorat Wine Fair, dedicated to DOC Priorat and DO Montsant, is held annually on the first weekend of May.
Jazzkaar: Baltics’ biggest jazz festival, captivating Tallinn since 1990. In April, enjoy international and local talents across Estonia.
Radovljica hosts Slovenia’s only chocolate festival. Producers from across the country showcase their creations along with cooking shows.
Tallinn Music Week is a vibrant spring festival celebrating talent, creativity, and equality through a diverse showcase of music and arts.
Celebrating Irish music, culture and creativity. Local community groups, marching bands from abroad, groups from twinned towns and theatrical groups from anywhere take part in the St. Patrick’s Festival Kilkenny, Ireland.
Valencia’s Spring welcomes Fallas, where months of hard work create monumental cardboard statues, later consumed by flames.
The Lemon Festival dazzles with floats, lit gardens, and colossal designs, creating a truly unique experience.
Illuminating Denmark’s capital with captivating light installations.
Saint Moritz Gourmet Festival: A premier Swiss culinary event with top global chefs. Five days of foodie delight in the Upper Engadin.
The IFFR Festival spotlights emerging talent across film genres, bolstering new creators through co-production and the Hubert Bals Fund.
Join the lively parades and festivities that define this tradition.
Tromsø International Film Festival celebrates global cinema in Norway, fostering cultural connections through a diverse film selection.
Dolci Terre di Novi offers a delectable array of Novi Ligure’s finest desserts, capturing the essence of this charming Italian town.
An international event renowned for its light installations.
Annually, Amsterdam’s Light Festival enchants the city’s streets and waterways with captivating light installations crafted by global artists.
Experience Vilanova i la Geltrú’s genuine Xató at the Festival del Xató, featuring tapas made from local market produce.