European Festivals You Need To Experience

1. Koningsdag: Amsterdam, Holland (April)

 a.ka. King’s Day,’ people fills the canals & streets dressed in orange to celebrate. Seriously, the city goes nuts. Get ready to party.

a.ka. King’s Day,’ people fills the canals & streets dressed in orange to celebrate. Seriously, the city goes nuts. Get ready to party.

2. La Feria: Sevilla, Spain (April)

 Everyone gets dressed up in their traditional wear to eat, drink, and dance all night. It usually lasts about a week in Sevilla but they have smaller versions in the surrounding towns throughout Andalusia (Southern Spain). Make sure to order a few ‘ rebujitos’  (Sherry mixed with 7-up).

Everyone gets dressed up in their traditional wear to eat, drink, and dance all night. It usually lasts about a week in Sevilla but they have smaller versions in the surrounding towns throughout Andalusia (Southern Spain). Make sure to order a few ‘rebujitos’ (Sherry mixed with 7-up).

3. Tomorrowland: Boom, Belgium (July)

 I have yet to attend this festival but I heard if you're into electronic music, this is a must-visit.

I have yet to attend this festival but I heard if you're into electronic music, this is a must-visit.

4. Zurich Street Parade: Zurich, Switzerland (August)

 Biggest techno parade in Europe. Over 1m people show up to party their brains out on the streets of Zurich. Typically, there is an afterparty/rave that goes on all night. The parade is free but the afterparty requires a ticket.

Biggest techno parade in Europe. Over 1m people show up to party their brains out on the streets of Zurich. Typically, there is an afterparty/rave that goes on all night. The parade is free but the afterparty requires a ticket.

5. Oktoberfest: Munich, Germany (September-October)

 Even if you don't drink beer, just go. Trust me. Also, go during the final weekend.

Even if you don't drink beer, just go. Trust me. Also, go during the final weekend.