Published on August 29th, 2014 | by AlexandreG.0
The Momondo, Festival Map Tool
FESTIVAL MAP TOOL
The Momondo festival map tool is an easy and indispensable guide to get you to all the fun and action in the best way to suit your needs, at great discounted prices. All you have to do is to click on the heading which will list what you are looking for: FLIGHTS, HOTEL, CAR HIRE, TRIP FINDER, HOLIDAY RENTALS OR INSPIRATION. This unique system is set up so that you can make a one stop search by music genre, location, or accommodation; and in case you need inspiration, all the cool events in fascinating and beautiful cities across Europe are listed so that you can find the festival that attracts you the most, and get there with the cheapest available flights. Also, if you are a music lover and don’t want to camp it out in muddy fields, there’s a fabulous choice of reasonably priced and hugely discounted holiday homes, villas, chalets and apartments.
There are so many fantastic festivals still on this year that the choice is really overwhelming! These include: the 500 year old Italian Regata Storica Venetian gondola show, musical performances, singing, and medieval costume parades on the 7th September; the Croatian Outlook Festival in Pula which is the biggest for bass music and sound system culture in Europe on the the 3rd to the 7th September; the Hungarian Budapest Contemporary Arts Festival full of music, bands, dance, drama, and exhibitions on the 3rd to the 9th October; the Dutch Amsterdam Dance Event loaded with music in over 50 wild venues around the city on the 15th to the 19th October; the Irish Wexford Opera Festival on the 22nd October to the 2nd November; the Iceland Airwaves in Reykjavik which shows off brilliant new musical talent on the 5th to the 9th November; the French Fete des Lumieres festival which has 80 light projects that illuminate the city of Lyon with superb music and instrumental accompaniment on the 5th to the 8th December; and the English New Year’s Eve Festival with live music, bands and dancing next to the River Thames in London on the 31st December.