Every spring in India, the Holi Festival is held – a celebration of the arrival of spring and new life.
The holiday usually takes place in late February – early March and lasts two days. Many tourists consider the Holi festival of colors one of the most striking and amazing events that a tourist in India can see. Continue reading
New Year in Japan is a very bright and unusual event for European tourists. In the country of the rising sun, the celebration of the New Year is one of the main events of the calendar, and many nuances and features are associated with it. Some of them can be quite unexpected and can even disappoint a Ukrainian tourist.
If in most countries of the world on January 1, most restaurants offer a special holiday menu, shopping centers work according to special schedules, and special New Year programs are waiting for guests in theaters and clubs, then in Japan everything is different – Japanese New Year traditions are significantly different from what accustomed to European tourists. Continue reading
September in the Czech Republic is the time of the traditional Vinobrani festival – the festival of young wine.
Almost all of September, residents and guests of Prague can attend many events dedicated to Czech wines and try the products of local wineries, including Burchak – a drink from grape must that has begun to ferment, which Czechs love not only for good taste, but also for healthy ones cleansing properties. Continue reading