The scenic town of Killarney in County Kerry, Ireland plays host to the 22nd Irish Country Music Festival from 7th to 12th September 2014 with performances from leading country music bands at The Gleneagle Hotel.
Foodies of the world who have long-known about Turkey's distinguished cuisine can now add the Aegean town of Alacati to their must-try destinations.
The Palio horse race in Sienais one of the largest and most spectacular festivals in Italy, and arguably the most dramatic horse race in the world. But despite the scale of this vibrant event, the crowds in attendance remain predominantly Sienese and contain less tourists than you might expect.
The arrival of a rum and chocolate-laden schooner-brig from the Caribbean into Cornwall's historic port of Falmouth was a nod back in time to the Great Days of Sail and forward to one of this year's great maritime events – the Falmouth to Royal Greenwich Tall Ships Regatta at the end of August.
The Alentejo is a beguilingly beautiful rural region of diverse landscapes, from sweeping plains, cork forests and rocky hills, to sandy coves, olive groves and vineyards.
For the third year running, the Tirol Tourist Board will be one of the main sponsors at the Keswick Mountain Festival, taking place from Thursday 15th – Sunday 18th May 2014.
A Scottish wildlife festival is hoping to save family time from extinction and encourage future generations to protect the natural environment. With over 100 family-friendly wildlife events - many free and most hosted by local wildlife guides and experts - the Dumfries & Galloway Wild Spring Festival (5 April to 5 May) is addressing recent findings published by news agency 72 Point which show that the average family in the UK manages just 36 minutes of quality time together a day.
The highly successful and popular Warwick Folk Festival will celebrate its 35th year when it returns to Warwick School this summer.
For anyone wanting to join the film industry’s elite for the 67th Cannes Film Festival this May, a break with Eurocamp offers the ideal way to get in on the action - with seven nights staying at the outdoor holiday specialist’s nearby Cap Esterel holiday village from just £530 per party.
It’s that time of year again; Carnival season is underway, promising raucous parties, fantastic food and loud laughter – not to mention a questionable costume or two. 2014 isn’t the year to stand squashed amongst the crowds in Notting Hill but rather the year to enjoy the carnivals that were a secret to you until now.
Taiwan is currently preparing for a month of exciting celebrations ahead of Chinese New Year, the country’s most important and widely celebrated festival.
One of the world's most spectacular maritime events is attracting vessels - and spectators - from across the globe with more than 35 magnificent sailing ships already signed up for this summer's historic Falmouth to Royal Greenwich Tall Ships Regatta.
Make a beeline for Canada's smallest province as it commemorates the 150th anniversary of the Charlottetown Conference in a series of major festivals.
The much-loved Scottish Snowdrop Festival is to return this February with events running from 01 February to 16 March 2014. One of the first key festivals in the Homecoming Scotland 2014 calendar, visitors can experience this delicate bloom in a variety of stunning locations across the country.
For such a small destination, the newly-branded Faroe Islands present a range of experiences for the curious traveller.
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