2017 Europe Festivals Tickets | Win a €550 Europe festival pass plus 12 nts accommodation

2017 Europe Festivals Tickets | Win a €550 Europe festival pass plus 12 nts accommodation

Dreaming of the ultimate Summer in Europe?

WIN a Stoke Travel Passport worth €550 and stop dreaming!

If you win you will be able to choose 4 festivals out of their 20+ festivals on offer across Europe! The prize also includes 12 nights accommodation plus also includes food!

Stoke Travel is Europe’s biggest festival travel operator. Their campsite parties are legendary, fuelled by their unlimited beer and sangria option, at only €10 extra per day.

To Enter Simply:

 

  • Open the Travello App
  • Head to the GROUPS tab
  • Click on Stoke Travel & Join The Group
  • Post on their Feed what festival you’d love to go to and why!
  • Thats it!

It’s that easy!

The festivals to choose from include the following:

The Big Three
Running of the Bulls (San Fermin)
La Tomatina
Oktoberfest

Less known, no less fun, festivals
Las Fallas
Springfest
The Wine Fight (San Vino)
Les Fetes de Bayonne
Semana Grande
San Juan
Sitges Carnival 

The best breaks
Ibiza Beach Camp
Barcelona City Break
Spring Break Ibiza

Surf and snow
San Sebastian Surf Camp
Van Surfari Spain & France
Morocco Surf
Zarautz Surf Camp
Andorra Snow Weekender

Music festivals
BBK Live Bilbao
Sonar Festival
Sziget Festival
Stoke Rolling Circus

Stoke Travel is an “all inclusive” company, with your accommodation ready on arrival, including bedding, meals included, and new best friends from all over the world.

T&Cs: Valued at €550. First trip must be taken in 2017. Winner then has two years to use their Passport from the date of their first trip. Prize not refundable nor transferable

For more information about the Stoke Travel Passport you can get more details from Stoke’s site here

GOOD LUCK!

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4 European Festivals You Don’t Want to Miss This Winter/Spring Season

4 European Festivals You Don’t Want to Miss This Winter/Spring Season

If you’re in Europe during the colder months, consider yourself lucky! There are heaps of lesser-known festivals to discover, making this time of year just as fun as summer – minus the masses of tourists. Celebrate with the locals through our friends over at Stoke Travel and their top European festival picks for winter and spring.

1. Las Fallas

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In Spain, a good fiesta takes priority over everything else (including occupational health and safety precautions), and this is no more visible than at fiery Las Fallas. In March each year, Valencians celebrate their fire festival. Join them as they flood the streets with dancing, burn effigies up to 30-metres tall and chase each other with live fireworks. The effigies are designed to mock prominent people and events of the past year, and the whole festival has a heated atmosphere of rebellion and revelling. Don’t worry about the fire-hazard – there’s always plenty of sangria to keep things moist.

2. Springfest aka Frühlingsfest

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Springfest is Oktoberfest, in spring, and better. Smaller than its big ol’ September cousin, Springfest offers all the perks of Oktoberfest (Bavarians, bier, beer halls, bratwurst, dirndls, lederhosen, German drinking songs) without the pitfalls (huge crowds, queues, and hundreds of wasted Australians on Contiki tours). Thanks to its smaller scale, Springfest attracts a largely local crowd, meaning you’ll be learning to prost with the best of the Bavarians. The flowers shall be blooming, the birds a-singing, and the sun shining on your braids among the bier gardens – who needs Oktoberfest?

3. Sitges

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What better place to celebrate Carnivale than in Europe’s queer capital, Sitges? Cover yourself in feathers, sequins and sparkles and wave hello to Lent (or flip it the bird) against the backdrop of the Atlantic Ocean. The final day of this fabulous fiesta is Fat Tuesday (Mardi Gras), when you can dance alongside flamboyant parades boasting themes such as “Debauchery” and “Extermination”. The seaside town transforms into an explosion of celebration, and a quick flash will get you your own little piece of the action to keep (read: boobs for beads).

4. Roots Surf Fest

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If you’re the kind of person who pines for the salt and the sunshine, Roots Surf Fest in mid-February will save you from your winter sads. Ditch the European continent for Morocco in Northern Africa, a quick flight away and yet so much warmer. Surrounded by the sands of the Sahara and the shores of the Atlantic, Taghazout will be your base for surfing, yoga, trips to the souk (market), hammam (bathhouse) and the aptly named Paradise Valley. The whole festival is environmentally friendly, and those nature-loving vibes pervade the whole experience. You’ll be hooked up with lessons, a wetsuit and a board if you need, or you can BYO if you already have skills/gear. Take the days at your own pace in Taghazout – if you don’t want to surf there’s always the ‘Roots Olympics’, the open-air cinema or the late-night entertainment to enjoy. Morocco may be an Islamic country but alcohol can still be bought and consumed, as can certain herbal remedies, making it the perfect place to unwind after a winter of concrete jungles.

Squeeze at least one of these festivals into your winter itinerary and it’ll be looking significantly brighter, but we strongly recommend seeing them all!

This is a guest post written by Hollie Roberts from Stoke Travel

 

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